8 Delicious Origin Stories Behind Everyday Foods

8 Delicious Origin Stories Behind Everyday Foods

Today let's all appreciate the fact that humanity has grown close enough to one another to take on each others food. So let's look at eight foods and their wacky origins, this is guaranteed to be better than the Wolverine origin story.

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hate to break it the one who did this list but Rhubarb, Kale are not everyday foods.. catnip isn't even food and either is coffee .. so it should be called "4 Delicious Origin Stories Behind Everyday Foods + a 1 Drink, a Flower and 2 Uncommon Foods"

crazygameguy4ever:
hate to break it the one who did this list but Rhubarb, Kale are not everyday foods.. catnip isn't even food and either is coffee .. so it should be called "4 Delicious Origin Stories Behind Everyday Foods + a 1 Drink, a Flower and 2 Uncommon Foods"

You've obviously never had a dutch meal then ;)
Kale is pretty everyday here. chip it, mash it with boiled potatoes and serve with sausage or bacon. Really hits the spot in winter.
speaking of us, you could've mentioned that we were the ones who turned carrots orange! Go team!

Floppertje:

crazygameguy4ever:
hate to break it the one who did this list but Rhubarb, Kale are not everyday foods.. catnip isn't even food and either is coffee .. so it should be called "4 Delicious Origin Stories Behind Everyday Foods + a 1 Drink, a Flower and 2 Uncommon Foods"

You've obviously never had a dutch meal then ;)
Kale is pretty everyday here. chip it, mash it with boiled potatoes and serve with sausage or bacon. Really hits the spot in winter.
speaking of us, you could've mentioned that we were the ones who turned carrots orange! Go team!

Well considering im in the US, no i've never had a dutch meal... in fact i've never seen or heard of anyone that's eaten kale in real life... but then again, who want's to eat seaweed? not me

crazygameguy4ever:

Floppertje:

crazygameguy4ever:
hate to break it the one who did this list but Rhubarb, Kale are not everyday foods.. catnip isn't even food and either is coffee .. so it should be called "4 Delicious Origin Stories Behind Everyday Foods + a 1 Drink, a Flower and 2 Uncommon Foods"

You've obviously never had a dutch meal then ;)
Kale is pretty everyday here. chip it, mash it with boiled potatoes and serve with sausage or bacon. Really hits the spot in winter.
speaking of us, you could've mentioned that we were the ones who turned carrots orange! Go team!

Well considering im in the US, no i've never had a dutch meal... in fact i've never seen or heard of anyone that's eaten kale in real life... but then again, who want's to eat seaweed? not me

Seaweed? I think you're confusing it with kelp... Also, America's love for sushi seems to indicate that in general, yanks have no problem with seaweed :p

Still, no need to be so US-centric. just because it's not common in the states doesn't mean it's not an everyday food in another part of the world.

Africa is not the cradle of civilization, the fertile crescent and Greece are.

Floppertje:

crazygameguy4ever:

Floppertje:

You've obviously never had a dutch meal then ;)
Kale is pretty everyday here. chip it, mash it with boiled potatoes and serve with sausage or bacon. Really hits the spot in winter.
speaking of us, you could've mentioned that we were the ones who turned carrots orange! Go team!

Well considering im in the US, no i've never had a dutch meal... in fact i've never seen or heard of anyone that's eaten kale in real life... but then again, who want's to eat seaweed? not me

Seaweed? I think you're confusing it with kelp... Also, America's love for sushi seems to indicate that in general, yanks have no problem with seaweed :p

Still, no need to be so US-centric. just because it's not common in the states doesn't mean it's not an everyday food in another part of the world.

i'm not "yank" and i might have confused seeweed for kelp .but it pretty much the same. .and sushi isn't as popular as you might think here in the US.. not compared to Japan at least not that I know off.. i think there's a popular american version of it in California

What's Kale and since when has Catnip been an everyday food?

 

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