Sunchoke, also known as earth apple, sunroot, and Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus), is neither native to Jerusalem nor a type of artichoke. They are a member of the sunflower family. Native to North America in the wild and cultivated farms, Native Americans enjoyed eating sunchokes ...

Have you ever tried the "King of Fruits"? Durian has an imposing appearance - it's one of the largest edible fruits in existence, covered in spikes. It also has a particularly strong odor, which some can only describe as "stinky." But once you get past ...

Figs are delicious and unique fruits from the ficus carica (common fig tree), which is part of the mulberry family. Native to the Mediterranean and western Asia, figs have been cultivated since ancient times. In fact, the Spaniards introduced Mission Figs to California territory in ...

Celery seems pretty bland and boring. It's either the flavorless crunch added to soups, added to your green juice or just the vehicle for peanut butter and raisins. But, the crunchy celery is actually incredibly healthful, and there's more than one way to work celery ...

I am obsessed with eating dragon fruit. It is delicious, it is beautiful and it is nutritious.  But, I realize not many people know what a drag fruit is, so I decided I'm going to share some info with you. Dragon fruit, or known as ...

Couscous is a Berber transitional North African dish of semolina. With its neutral taste and quick cooking time, couscous has gained global popularity, and it works well in a flavorful main dish or as a protein-rich side. However, with its unique appearance and small size, ...

There are not many drinks more popular - and some would say, necessary - than coffee. Its signature flavor, robust aroma, and, let's admit it, caffeine levels have made it a daily staple to many. In the United States, 80% of adults consume caffeine every ...