The original Girl Scout Cookies were baked by the girls themselves or with the help of their Moms.
Locally known as the “Breakfast Counties” are Bacon, Coffee, Cook, Crisp and Early counties in Georgia.
Carrots were cultivated by 17th century Dutch farmers as a tribute to William of Orange, the King of Holland, hence their bright orange color.
Potato chips were invented when a diner kept complaining that her french fries were “too thick”. The cook kept cutting them finer and finer until he shaved them out anger.
But why is bubble gum pink? Bubble gum is pink because when the big moment arrived, when destiny came calling on Walter Diemer, pink was the one and only shade of food coloring he had nearby. >Click Here to see proof
Non-dairy creamer is flammable.
Blueberry Jelly Bellies were created especially for Ronald Reagan.
The Baby Ruth candy bar was actually named after Grover Cleveland’s baby daughter, Ruth.
In the US Army it’s bad luck to eat M&M’s or apricots while standing in the turret.
Ben and Jerry’s sends the waste from making ice cream to local pig farmers to use as feed. Pigs love the stuff, except for one flavor: Mint Oreo.
The first product to have a bar code was Wrigley’s gum!
Two-thirds of the world’s eggplant is grown in New Jersey.
Peanuts are one of the ingredients of dynamite.
Almonds are members of the peach family.
Kool-Aid was invented by an eleven year old boy in his mother’s kitchen.
If you put a raisin in a glass of champagne, it will keep floating to the top and sinking to the bottom.
The glue on Israeli postage stamps is certified Kosher.Click Here to see proof
The oldest known written recipe is for beer.
Beer was first brewed in ancient Babylonia. The punishment for brewing a bad batch was to be drown in your mistake.
London 1814- A brewing tank containing 3500 barrels burst. The ensuing flood destroyed two houses and killed nine people.
Vikings believed that when they entered Valhalla a giant goat awaited them whose udders dispensed an endless stream of beer.
The Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock because a shortage of beer was causing moral problems among the crew and passengers.
On March 23, 1933, President Franklin Roosevelt signed an amendment to the Volstead Act known as the Cullen-Harrison Act, allowing the manufacture and sale of “3.2 beer” (3.2% alcohol by weight, approximately 4% alcohol by volume) and light wines. Immediately after signing the Act into law, President Roosevelt enjoyed a beer.
Michelob was invented during a brewer’s strike in the 1930s from a recipe tossed together by the untrained workers left behind to run the brewery.
A glass (or bottle) of beer has the same calories and nutritional value as a pork chop.
The 33 on a bottle of Rolling Rock was originally a printer’s error. It refers to the 33 words in the original slogan. It has generated enough mystery over the years that the company left it in the label.