From love spoons to obligatory chocolate-giving, here are some ways people will be celebrating Valentine’s Day around the world this year.
Trick-or-treating for candy on Halloween only became common a few decades ago, but the tradition's roots stretch back to ancient pagan celebrations.
Use this data to triumph over any candy corn sympathizers or Snickers skeptics during your office-wide debate.
The adult novelty item has a surprisingly rich history involving organized crime, food science, and the difficulties in patenting the name "Candypants."
Based on this information, trick-or-treaters might want Hot Tamales and candy corn more than you thought.
The popular board game, which has been a household staple for 70 years, was originally conceived in the polio wing of a hospital.
The faux-tobacco shredded gum has been going strong since 1980, when two ballplayers decided the real thing was too disgusting to chew.
There’s a lot you may not know about Peeps, everyone’s favorite (non-chocolate) Easter candy—and the most divisive.
Just when you thought you've seen it all, along comes a sculpture of Edgar Allan Poe made entirely of marshmallow Peeps.
What began as a one-time lark has turned into a popular Easter tradition for fans of chocolate and the 'Doctor Strange' star.
Sorry, but it doesn't look like black licorice- or buttered popcorn-flavored jelly beans are going anywhere.
Yes, Peeps made the list, but they aren't the most hated Easter candy. Can you guess which confection came in at number one?
The Pennsylvania-based Peeps factory has never before been open to the public. Here's how to enter for your chance to win.
Could you eat chocolate all day? Are you counting down the days until Cadbury Creme Eggs return? Are you neither dieting nor lactose intolerant? Then this is the job for you.
When you need a particularly decadent treat, head to one of these chocolate shops (or their websites) to satisfy that sweet tooth. No holiday necessary.
The ingredients in this brightly colored pancake recipe are simple: milk, pancake mix, heavy cream, and 80 Starburst candies.
They're more kidney- than heart-shaped, but they still get the message across.
Finally some good news for fans of conversation hearts.
Chocolate is chocolate, isn’t it? If so, then why does the chocolate you find in an Advent calendar taste so weird?