Capuchin monkeys are resourceful and smart, which helps them to select a good diet from all the potential food around them.
How did porridge go from a fine breakfast food, albeit one that’s easily abused, to the stuff of foodie dreams?
“All the intrigue of a murder mystery and all the painstaking, arduous pursuit of an archeological dig.” For a radish.
Alfredo sauce, made famous in the 1920s, dates back to at least 1390. That, and other surprises of food in the Eternal City.