The Empire State Building seemingly lit up for "ketchup and seemingly ranch." But not everything is as it seems.
Fall is here, and you're getting hungry. Feast on this cornucopia of etymologies for seasonal veggies straight from the garden.
The soft drink company teased consumers with a giant contest offer. But could they really pay it out?
That clingy plastic film on single-serve slices is working a little too well, prompting Kraft to issue a warning.
Here’s what a typical American household ate for dinner during the 20th century.
From flavored coffee to candles that'll make your whole house smell like a freshly baked pie, these pumpkin spice products are perfect for fall.
The history of pizza is a large pie—half Margherita and half lies. Let’s take a bite out of pizza’s past, covering styles from Neapolitan and New York to Sicilian and St. Louis and beyond.
If you want fast service from McDonald's, avoid going during the turn over from breakfast to lunch.
You’ll have everything you need for the season with top-rated tailgating essentials like coolers, pop-up tents, and more.
It’s helpful to have a reliable appetizer recipe in your back pocket, and these corn fritters with chipotle aioli are hard to beat.
Scoops Ahoy ice cream no longer just exists on TV.
The burger giant is shutting down the beverage taps.
The limited-edition soda from Fanta comes with a spooky side effect.
To block microwave radiation, all you need is a simple screen.
Russian dressing and Thousand Island dressing are two creamy sauces that are often confused for one another. So what’s the story?
The unwanted gourds can wind up in a variety of places, including your local zoo.