Are you ready for some incredibly awesome and interesting trivia today? Well, I think I've got a good one for you! Today, I'm going to test your knowledge of totally useless trivia related to something that we all love. Our topic is:
The first recipe for me appeared in Mary Randolph's Virginia House-Wife cookbook in 1824. I was declared an unessential food at the outset of World War II and production of me was completely halted for a time. It was only after a manufacturer's protest that the War Production Board reversed its decision and production was resumed.
What am I?
Here's another interesting tidbit - Mary Randolph is the first person ever buried on the grounds that would become Arlington National Cemetery.
Email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org by the end of the day Tues. May 30 for a chance to win:
Last Question: Complete the line: They got a name for the winners in the world. I want a name when I lose. They call Alabama the Crimson Tide.......................
Answer: Call me Deacon Blues.
Congratulations to Teresa Abbey from CriTech Research for correctly answering that one!
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