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Why Do We Give Chocolate On Valentine’s Day?

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Here’s the History Behind Football’s ‘Gatorade Shower’ Tradition

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The History of Buffalo Wings

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A History of Detox Juices and How to Make Them

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The Strange History of Pickle Christmas Ornaments

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The History of Mocha Coffees

All featured products are curated independently by our editors. When you buy something through our retail links, we may receive a commission. Mocha didn’t always mean coffee made with added

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The Fascinating History of Figgy Pudding

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You’ll Never Guess How Peppermint Became So Popular

All featured products are curated independently by our editors. When you buy something through our retail links, we may receive a commission.When you think of Christmas, a few flavors probably

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The History of Cranberries

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The History of Hanukkah Food in America

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The History of Bubble Tea

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The History of Chocolate Gelt

All featured products are curated independently by our editors. When you buy something through our retail links, we may receive a commission. Reluctantly nibbling on chocolate gelt, the foil-wrapped coin-shaped

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The History of Sweet and Sour Sauce

All featured products are curated independently by our editors. When you buy something through our retail links, we may receive a commission.Growing up in a Chinese immigrant home, I learned

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How World War II Inspired Club Med, One of the World’s Biggest Travel Brands

All featured products are curated independently by our editors. When you buy something through our retail links, we may receive a commission. “Here too, everything is possible,” wrote socialist Marceau

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A History of Chicken Fried Steak

You know what I like? Steak. You know what else? Fried chicken. I’d imagine I’m not alone in announcing my affinity for each. Additionally, it should come as no surprise

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The History of Gnocchi

When you think of Italian food, you probably think of things like chicken piccata, veal parmesan, and pasta. Lots and lots of pasta. In my experience, one dish that goes

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The History of the Candy Apple

Perfect fall apples are a prize all on their own, but it’s understandable if they seem even more appealing enrobed in sugary coatings. And we’d make a case that candied

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The History of American Hard Cider

Hard cider. The name may sound tough, but this alcoholic beverage hasn’t had the easiest path to success. And while the moniker may be uniquely American — the rest of

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The History of Foie Gras (and Why It’s Controversial)

Foie gras, which literally translates to “fatty liver” in French, is the rich, buttery, and silky product of a fattened goose or duck liver. While it can be prepared many

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The History of Peking Duck

There’s more than one way to roast a duck. That’s not an expression, but it is true. And of the many ways to roast a duck, there must then be

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The History of American Brown Bread

“Eat more fiber.” “Whole grains are better for you.”` Over the past few decades, eating brown bread has become associated with being more health conscious, and it’s actually still trending.

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