Foods you didn't know were old
For many generations, people all across the world have relied on noodles of varying thicknesses and widths to fill t
A classic comfort food for at least 5,300 years, pancakes never go out of style.
The term "pot pie" is often associated with the warm comfort of a North American fireplace.
The origins of tamales in the Americas go back far deeper than the period of the Mayans.
Cheesecake, which has its origins in ancient Greece, is still one of the world's most popular sweets today.
The foods that humans eat, bread has been around the longest.
Today, ginger, garlic, and turmeric are the standouts in most people's minds when they think of curry.
Honey is well-known for its long shelf life; in fact, it has been discovered in many ancient Egyptian tombs.
Most of ancient Mesoamerica relied on corn as their main food and currency crop.
It has been determined that vast quantities of butter were kept in the low-temperature.
In the ancient city of Galilee, archaeologists discovered olive oil that is estimated.