Most popular drinks in the world share a common trait


The three most popular drinks in the world all contain caffeine:
coffee, tea, and cola.

The insect diet


Two billion people on Earth eat insects as part of their regular diet.

Chocolate stamps

Chocolate stamps
In 2001, the Swiss postal service produced chocolate scented stamps.

It’s a missed steak

It's a missed steak

Gordon Ramsay vs Chuck Norris

Gordon Ramsay Chuck Norris

How’s the food, Sir?

Squirrel - when the waiter asks how's the food

3,000 years later… “Hi honey, I’m home!”


Honey is the only food on the planet that will not spoil or rot. Honey remains edible for at least 3,000 years.

Since honey has great anti-bacterial properties it’s not necessary to store it in a fridge. In fact – refrigerating honey promotes crystallisation. If you have honey which becomes gritty and crystallised simply stand the jar in hot water (not boiling) and it will re-liquefy.

Never put honey in a microwave. To do so will kill the enzymes in the honey.

What is a “mashonza”?

Mashonza are also known as mopane worms, named after the tree they are found in (the Colophospermum Mopane).

MashonzaThe caterpillar is spiky, blue and green, and the larvae of the nocturnal emperor moth. The worms are high in protein and minerals and a free source of food for the rural poor. However, they are becoming an ethnic snack for tourists and are putting a strain on the population.

The mopane worm is usually fried or dried.