Invented by Ruth Wakefield in the 1930s when she ran out of baker's chocolate and used chopped chocolate, creating the iconic treat we love.
Created by Caesar Cardini in Tijuana, Mexico, during Prohibition by improvising with available ingredients in his restaurant in 1924.
Invented by Teressa Bellissimo at the Anchor Bar in Buffalo, New York, in 1964 when she tossed fried chicken wings in hot sauce.
Invented by Ignacio "Nacho" Anaya in Mexico in 1943 when he combined tortilla chips, cheese, and jalapenos for a group of visitors.
Created by John S. Pemberton, a pharmacist in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1886, initially as a medicinal tonic, and underwent formula changes to become the famous soft drink we know today.
Created by George Crum, a chef in New York, in the 1850s when he sliced potatoes thinly and fried them to satisfy a demanding customer.
First mentioned in a Girl Scouts publication in 1927, the name is a contraction of "some more" due to its irresistibility.