Domesticated pumpkins date back more than 7000 years ago in Northwest Mexico.
Biscuits and Gravy were a staple during the American Revolutionary War.
Despite a public relations disaster caused by a local Cincinnati radio station, turkeys can fly – at least wild ones can. No word if the Buckeye News Award winner, Les Nessman has fully recovered.
A Thanksgiving mix-up inspired the first TV dinners.
The corn that we love began as a wild grass with sparse seeds clinging to a sturdy stalk—a far cry from the plump kernels on sturdy cobs that we enjoy today.
The earliest known mashed potato recipe published was in The Art of Cookery recipe book authored by Englishwoman Hannah Glasse, in 1747.
How do you tell if a cranberry is ripe? It’ll bounce like a rubber ball.
There are over 700 hieroglyphic symbols in the ancient Egyptian alphabet.
A woodpecker’s tongue is bigger than its entire head. It keeps it wrapped up around its brain to protect it from the impact of all that pecking!
Since 1908, Central Park has appeared in over 240 feature films, thereby making it the most filmed public park in the world.