Here's some fun food facts. Definitely more to come. Enjoy!
Did you know that the cheese residue left on your fingers after eating a bag of Cheetos is called "Cheetle"?
(Yes, there is a name for it.)
Fortune cookies are not a chinese invention. They were invented in 1916 by George Jung, a Los Angeles noodle maker.
(So, if you ever go to China, don't expect one after your meal.)
Lettuce is a member of the sunflower family.
The first lollipops were made by George Smith in New Haven, Connecticut in 1908 and was named after a race horse - Lolly Pop.
Did you know it takes 50 gallons of maple sap to make one gallon of maple sugar?
The first breakfast cereal ever produced was Shredded Wheat.
You're more likely to be hungry in you're cold! Temperature can affect your appetite.
In Japan, the most popular topping for pizza at Domino's pizza is Squid.
(Is it in fried calamari form?)
Peanuts are an ingredient in dynamite.
The first ice cream cone was made, served, and eaten in New York City on September 22, 1886.