In December of 1997, Seinfeld introduced Festivus to the world. All these holiday seasons later it's still going strong, with books, parties, and poles popping up each year. How much do you remember about the episode that started it all?
The cashew is in reality a seed. Native to Brazil, the cashew is the seed of a cashew apple and contains an irritant toxin in its shell similar to poison ivy. This requires it to be deshelled before being shipped off to market.
One of the challenges of cooking is trying to deal with an unstocked kitchen. When your pantry is nearly empty, it can be tough to match the flavors you want. In this quiz, identify the possible substitution for the given spice or herb. It may not be a perfect match, but we're looking for the next best thing.
The purpose of gasoline rationing during the Second World War was not to conserve gas, but to conserve TIRES. The primary source for natural rubber at the time was Southeast Asia, much of which was under Japanese control.
Before they were famous coaches at big time programs, they coached at smaller schools, or held clipboards at the end of the bench as assistants. How well do you know the early resumes of college basketball's biggest names?
DID YOU KNOW? Marlon Brando hated memorizing lines so much that he posted cue cards everywhere to help him get through scenes.
He even asked for lines to be written on an actress's posterior. (That request was denied.)