Starting in mid-September, Ocean Spray farmers across the Northeast hustle to harvest 100 billion cranberries in just six weeks. Business Insider visited a Massachusetts bog and manufacturing facility to see how the company's handling demand, harvest, a pandemic, and an upcoming holiday season all at once.
Gelatin became a popular foundation for many meals during after the Great Depression. A Jell-O dish with radishes, scallions, and vinegar wouldn't have been out of the ordinary.
Jell-O became a beloved household staple in the U.S. by printing its own recipes and advertisements. However, its sales have fallen year after year as eating trends like natural foods and veganism continue to gain popularity with consumers. Here's how it went from being a holiday dinner staple to being served as Jell-O shots to college students.
The tryptophan in turkey gets a bad rap every Thanksgiving. Here's the real reason you're so tired.
Many people believe we call the day after thanksgiving "Black Friday" because many stores become profitable on the huge shopping day and go "into the black." The true origins of the term are a bit darker.