The hottest peppers in the world are friggin' HOT. In this post, we detail the top ten, give you the Scoville ranking of each, and talk about pungency.
Here are some newly-minted place-related and travel-related words, phrases, and expressions (neologisms and portmanteaus) to share or shame.
Looking for the best travel books to read? This list has adventure books, travelogues, destination guides, and more, sure to inspire you for your next trip!
What is baba ganoush? Is it healthy? Where does it come from? We have the origin story, spelling info, recipe, and more in this guide on the Levantine dip.
What is St. Patrick's Day? Who was Saint Patty? This quick guide gives a short history on this Irish holiday, along with facts, traditions, customs, and more.
Canada facts: A collection of interesting points about the country, including history, geography, its culture, cuisine, cities, flag, people and more.
Over 25 facts about Machu Picchu, South America's most recognizeable site. Learn some Machu Piccu facts, how it was constructed, how to get there, and more.
Why is NYC called the Big Apple? In this post, we look at the Big Apple meaning, as well as its origin, debunked theories, and more.
Poutine is a French-Canadian dish originating from Quebec, and consists of French fries sprinkled with cheese curds and doused with a thick, brown gravy.
How many countries in the world? How about in Asia? Europe? Africa? North America & South America? And who decides? This post seeks to clear some confusion.