Did you Know? Ketchup Was Sold in the 1830s as Medicine
When it came to popular medicine in the 1830s, ketchup was all the rage. An Ohio physician called John Cook advertised it as a treatment for dyspepsia in 1834. It wasn't popular as a condiment until the late 1800s.
Jane AUSTEN’S “JUVENILIA,” OR EARLIEST WRITING, CONSISTED OF 90,000 WORDS OF POETRY, STORIES, AND NOVELS.
Due to its propensity to cause harm, THE POPULAR MARCHING BAND ""TROMBONE SUICIDE"" ROUTINE IS SO-CALLED.
Another proof that reinforces the fact that the origin of the Tandoori chicken took place in the Harappa Civilization