Where did cocoa beans originate?
Cocoa Beans originated in South America actually they originated in Brazil.
The exact origin of cocoa is still debated, it said to have been introduced by the ancient Maya to Central America from the South American highlands of the Amazon and Orinoco basins.
The exact origin of cocoa is still debated, it said to have been introduced by the ancient Maya to Central America from the South American highlands of the Amazon and Orinoco basins
Ham and Bean Soup, also known as "Senate Bean Soup", is thought to have been created during World War II as a result of food rationing. Due to a shortage of beans, ham hocks were added as both a flavoring and to make the soup heartier.
the answer is debated but most likely originated from central or South America
I think that they were first originated in the Caribbean.
* I'm pretty sure it's Columbia but I'm not positive while colombia is a big grower of coffee the plant originates in the sahel region in africa.
The beans used in baked beans are all native to North America and were introduced to Italy in 1528 and to France by 1547. Beans, squash and maize were grown together by Native Americans using the Three Sisters method of farming. Baked beans are commonly described as a sugary tasting brown bean once baked.
Sometime before 1779 is when sweet corn originated. Specifically, sweet corn (Zea mays convar. Sccharata var. rugosa) owes its origins to an internal, natural process by which sugar-to-starch conversion is controlled and high sugar contents are produced. It was a favorite food of the Iroquois, who called the sweetly mutated form of field corn papoon. It was integrated into their meals before European settlement even though its first recorded provision to settlers only dates back… Read More
a cow produces milk and then it gets processed in a milk mill.
Human beings, having only two hands, affixed with five miserable digits each, had only been able to count up to 85 until the very late Bronze Age, when an enterprising young Saracean named Tim figured out a method for reckoning numbers beyond the formidable wall of five-and-eighty. The sly young devil...used his toes! And arrived most auspiciously at the new benchmark in number-countings, 86. From thenceforth, the sky was the limit. Human beings soon learned… Read More
in a spanish country?
it originated in Germany and Switzerland
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in my pants.
They originated id the Ghugtak Republic
Pizza as a food has its roots in some Greek flatbread dishes, as later developed primarily in Naples (now Italy). The addition of tomato sauce came about a century after the first tomatoes were brought back from Central America by Spanish explorers. The precise history of the pizza and its origin will never be known, but here is what we know about the Italian pizza history: The history of pizza goes back to the time… Read More
* Charlie Nagreen 1885, Seymour, Wisconsin. According to one claim, Charlie Nagreen served the world's first hamburger at the Seymour Fair (Outagamie County Fair) of 1885. "Hamburger" Charlie decided to flatten a meatball and place it between slices of bread to increase portability. * Menches brothers 1885, Hamburg, New York. Western New York history records that Frank and Charles Menches ran out of pork for their sausage patty sandwiches at the 1885 Erie County Fair… Read More
Asia and it is still the primary tea growing area. Only one place in the United States grows tea and it is an island off the coast of South Carolina. The plants were brought there in the 1700's and are still growing. When growing tea the tops of the plant are cut and the rest of the plant is not cut, so the plant keeps growing.
Coffee originates from Ethiopia in east Africa. The coffee bean was also originally cultivated in this area.
Sauerkraut is produced and originates from Germany. The clue is in the name "kraut" (common nickname for a German).
I think from Kenya Sweden in the fourteenth century http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sm%C3%B6rg%C3%A5sbord
The apple originated many thousands of years ago in the wild in the mountains of Kazakhstan in southeast Asia. Some also came from Xinjiang, China.
The kiwi is a flightless ratite that is native to New Zealand. The kiwifruit originated in China.
It originated in Ancient Rome and then the Spanish and English took it and made it their own.
In chian or japan
Porridge originated in Northern Europe and Russia. It was often made of barley, but oats, rice, wheat, corn, buckwheat, and piecemeal could also be used.
NO NO NO it does not stupid . quesa which means " cheese " and dilla is " tortilla " it means CHEESE TORTILLA in spanish ! Mexico and it means "little cheesy thing" in spanish =]
from my house chowder is my DOG
If you are talking about the Middle-Eastern dish :Freeka, that I think is beef rice with some sort of grain, it's originally Palestinian to most of my knowledge. 'Freek' is the name of the grain (wheat). It is basically charred wheat. It originated in the Levant (modern day Syria, Palestine, Lebanon). Legend has it that as invaders were poised to arrive (centuries ago), the locals burned their wheat fields in hopes that the invaders will… Read More
Pepperoni originated in the country of America. This food is the American version of salami and is made of either pork and beef.
Eggs have always been in existence since the existence of man. The parts of the egg like the egg shell and egg yolk is known for its significant amount of choline and protein.
wheat! wheat originated from Israel
Rosemary's name is rooted in legend. The story goes that during her flight from Egypt, the Virgin Mary draped her blue cloak on a Rosemary bush. She then laid a white flower on top of the cloak. That night, the flower turned blue and the bush was thereafter known as the "rose of Mary". Greeks, who wove Rosemary wreaths into their hair, believed Rosemary strengthened the brain and enhanced memory. It was also known as… Read More
Historically all societies have cooked and baked. No one place can be said to originate a method of any type of cooking. There may be individual recipes that are indigenous but that too is open to question.
The banana is one of the oldest known fruits in history. In fact, the earliest men of whom there is any record already knew of and enjoyed this fruit. It is believed that the banana first grew in southern Asia and that through many centuries spread through the East and then to the West.
Honey is made by bees. It has been used as a food for centuries and the oldest found apiary is dated as being from the 10 th to 9 th century BC in Israel.
Heinz first started as "Heinz Baked Beans" in 1901 in the United Kingdom, specifically London.
Ratatouille originated in the area around present day Occitan Provença (French: Provence) & Niça (French: Nice, Occitan: Niça); the Catalan "xamfaina" and the Majorcan"tombet" are versions of the same dish. It is a traditional French Provençal stewed vegetable dish, originating in Nice. The full name of the dish is ratatouille niçoise.
Corn fritters originated in Native American culture.
There are many types of root vegetable we might call "potato", from tiny wild potatoes found in the Great Plains of North America to sweet potatoes and the larger tuberous root crop originating in Peru. All of these different types are of American origin and were unknown throughout Europe until relatively recent times. One story says that when potatoes were first brought to Europe in the second half of the 16th century people did not… Read More