In the movie "Swingers," Jon Favreau's character famously observes that all the cool places in L.A. don't have signs, so that telling someone you've been to one is like bragging that you were able to find it. But that wasn't always the case.
Arab, Malaysian, Portuguese, Dutch, and British influences can be detected in Sri Lankan cuisine due to a history of trading and colonization.
A judge in Mexico ruled GMOs shouldn't be allowed in the country because of what they'll do to the bee population.
"Back then the recipes in cooking magazines were more complicated than what you might find today," Nancy says. "They were longer, had more steps and more elaborate techniques, but for the most part they were worth the effort."