The estimated number of injuries in the UK in 2005 caused by vegetables that necessitate a trip to hospital was 14,149.
Trend-setter and dandy Beau Brummell never ate vegetables, on principle, but said that he once... MORE
"To get the best results, you must talk to your vegetables ... It's very important"... MORE
In September 1997, researchers threw 500 cucumbers into the Irish Sea to gain information about... MORE
The word 'curry' comes from a Tamil word 'karil', meaning spices or sauteed vegetables. Portuguese... MORE
Ronkainen, a legendary Finnish robber of the 18th century, tested gang members by making them... MORE
In a week, the average person in Britain eats 329g of cakes and biscuits and... MORE
An annual Mangold Hurl is held in the village of Sherston, Wiltshire, under the auspices... MORE
Seventy-three per cent of the UK population say they love frozen peas.
Trend-setter and dandy, Beau... MORE
The definitive science of popcorn can be found in the paper 'The Effects of Ingredients... MORE
'Spud' originally meant a short knife. Nobody knows how the meaning transferred to a slang... MORE
Botanically, rhubarb is a vegetable, but in 1947 the US Customs Court ruled it to... MORE
The world's first shopping trolley first arrived on the aisles of a supermarket in Oklahoma,... MORE
The first disposable tampons were invented by the ancient Egyptians and made from softened papyrus.
The beetroot we eat now is Beta vulgaris, which evolved as a cultivated version of... MORE