Where did salami originate?

Answer Salami (salame in Italian) is a generic word for a salt-cured Italian sausage. The two most common types of salami in the U.S. are Genoa salami (a dried pork sausage that originated in Genoa, Italy... Read More »

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Where did toyota originate?

Toyota, named after its founder Kiichiro Toyoda, started in Japan. The first automobile from Toyota to reach the United States arrived in 1957 and was the first Japanese car to be sold in the State... Read More »

Where and how did the necktie originate?

Neckties originate from cravats worn by Croatian mercenaries during the Thirty Years War (1618–1648).

Where did shepherd's pie originate?

Meat pies originated in England during the Middle Ages; however shepherd's pie, made with potatoes and minced meat, was not introduced until the 1700s. Shepherd's pie originated in England and Scot... Read More »

Where did jewelry originate?

Jewelry is a form of adornment in every culture. An archaelogical discovery in 2006 dates the oldest known jewelry to be between 90,000 and 100,000 years old from the Near East.BackgroundAround the... Read More »