Have you ever wondered what a fully vegetable dessert tastes like? A dessert made of vegetables sounds weird. But, if you make it the right way, it can taste amazing.
Did you know that some of your favorite things came about by accident? A special kind of spring in a battleship engine became the Slinky. Play-Doh, created to clean wallpaper, evolved into a toy. Another famous but accidental invention is the popsicle!
My family had the chance to sample an eat2explore Fun Box and what a good and delicious time we had! Eat2explore is the only family cooking kit that delivers cultural education through cuisine while providing the hard to find spices and sauces that make the meal really unique.
Garden Goddess is a team of people who create healthy foods for your stomach. Suzette Smith started this business 10 years ago when she used to sell vitamins and then discovered fermented foods.
She started making delicious and nutritious fermented fruits and vegetables and officially began her own business, Garden Goddess. She is still building her business with four employees currently, and has plans for a larger kitchen soon.
Gabriel Bandera, a fifth-grade student at Mabel Padgett Elementary in Goodyear, AZ, wins a cooking challenge.
I like to learn new things, don’t you? First, let’s talk berries. Did you know that an avocado is a berry and that a strawberry is not?
For a fruit to be a berry it has to have seeds inside. Strawberries have seeds on the outside so it isn’t really a berry. Now nuts—seeds surrounded by a hard wood-like covering are nuts. They even float in water. Peanuts are not really nuts! They are pods. What are pods? Pods have a row of seeds that stick to the inside of the fruit like a pea pod or a peanut.
National Gumdrop Day was on Feb.15. Gumdrops are a chewy candy that are madde with gelatin and sugar coated. The origin of the gumdrop is a mystery, but legend has it that the gumdrop was created in 1801. Percy S. Truesdell, chemist and candy manufacturer, gets credit for making the first gumdrop, according to National Day calendar. He was known as the gumdrop king.