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When it comes to seasonal treats, there aren't many grocery stores that do it quite like Trader Joe's. The specialty chain has created a lot of excitement around its latest fall items, including salted maple ice cream and butternut squash mac and cheese. But if you've got a sweet tooth and are looking for a new product to try that isn't necessarily fall-inspired, the latest freezer item might be up your alley.
Back in July 2022, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz announced his plan to reinvent the company's brand (per Starbucks Stories & News). This decision comes after a tumultuous few years of racial inequality, the COVID-19 pandemic, and as a number of stores in the U.S. start to unionize. According to Schultz, the company's mission is "to inspire and nurture the human spirit — one person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time."
While Dunkin' may initially have risen to fame for its fluffy donuts, the national chain has now garnered a lot of popularity for its beverage menu — specifically, its iced coffee selection. In fact, in 2018, hot and cold drinks made up 60% of Dunkin's total sales, which may have inspired the brand to change its name to just Dunkin' (dropping the Donuts) the same year (via The Wall Street Journal). The line-up of iced beverages has included everything from coffee drinks — like classic iced coffee, iced lattes and macchiatos, and iced Americanos — to non-coffee beverages, like iced tea, iced matcha, or fruity Refreshers. This time of year, customers can even get the iced pumpkin spice latte.
One good thing about Starbucks is its many milk options. In addition to the standard 2%, whole, and nonfat milks, the Starbucks menu also offers almond, soy, coconut, and oat milks. Oat milk, specifically Oatly brand oat milk, is the most recent addition to the menu, only becoming available nationwide in early 2021 (via Starbucks Stories & News).
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Food storage containers have become something of a hot topic in recent years. People no longer want to settle for the humble tupperware or assorted flimsy plastic bins with mismatched lids that you can never find when you need. Target alone sells more than 600 types of food storage containers, many with cheerfully colored silicone lids or liners. Today's consumer wants food storage containers that are as beautiful as they are functional. Sadly, many just don't deliver.
How can you make cookies with just four ingredients that taste as good as these? There has to be a catch, right? Well no, actually, not when two of said ingredients are peanut butter and Hersey's Kisses — two foods that are already amazing on their own, but are just perfect when brought together. This cookie recipe care of recipe developer Jessica Morone of Jess Loves Baking will be a new favorite not only because of its simplicity and the great taste of the cookies, but also because they will be your new anytime treat. Provided you have the willpower not to eat all the Kisses in your house, you can keep the ingredients on hand to make these at all times.
What foodstuff is better than loaded nachos? Alright, perhaps in terms of nutrition, there are a few things that score more points than nachos — kale salad, we're looking at you — but in terms of taste, they're pretty hard to beat. You've got the crunch of the chips, the salty, gooey goodness of the cheese, the spice of a favorite salsa, the bite of onions or chives, the cooling sour cream and, when you do it right, you have a good deal of tasty protein, too. And this recipe, courtesy of recipe developer Christina Musgrave of Tasting with Tina, does it right!
McDonald's social media presence has garnered a lot of attention in the last two years. Not only does it promote new offerings, but it also brings some light humor into its followers' lives. One example is its Instagram post from last September, where the social media managers joked that they weren't responsible for menu items on the fast food menu's classic sign.
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Trader Joe's is one of those niche grocery stores that has cultivated a cult following for its continuous output of one-of-a-kind food items. Apart from social media users showcasing their excitement over the brand's new and exciting fall lineup of products on Instagram, the company has also amassed a unique following over the years due to its expansion of dairy- and gluten-free items, and with good reason. Trader Joe's Reviews lists more than 500 products that are considered dairy-free, and TikTok is the place to go if you want specific recommendations for TJ's items that are free from both gluten and dairy.
If you're a fan of yearly summer cookouts, an ice-cold beer in hand as you play the role of expert grill master tending to the flames of flavor, we've just found your new favorite toy. There are so many tasty ways for beer lovers to combine their favorite brews with the perfect cut of meat, turning an already flavorful bite into a mouth-watering feast you'll probably dream about later on. If you've been blessed with all the outdoor grilling, marinating, and food prep skills to give any juicy steak or saucy rack of ribs that magic touch, the sky's the limit for you, a connoisseur of your craft.
If you're looking for a perfectly healthy side to go with your Chophouse Cheeseburger, your Footlong Quarter Pound Coney, your SuperSONIC Bacon Double Cheeseburger, or your other favorite menu item from Sonic, to be honest, you probably need to look somewhere other than Sonic's Broccoli Cheddar Tots. The side just popped up on the menu (or back on the menu, as we'll discuss a bit later). Maybe consider whipping up a garden salad at home or having some, like, roasted beets? Because broccoli aside, these Sonic tots are not a health food. At all. That said, they are a bit healthier than a traditional tot, and frankly, when we're talking about fast food, we're talking primarily about taste, not nutrition.
Chances are you're familiar with cauliflower in its most common form: basic florets. But creative recipe developers know that this simple cruciferous veggie has so much more to offer in terms of flavor, texture, and serving options. For instance, you can turn it into cauliflower nuggets or cauliflower buffalo "wings." And if you're craving a lower-carb substitute for mashed potatoes, recipe developer Jennine Rye of The Marshside Pantry has the perfect option for you: creamy mashed cauliflower.
Let's be real, no one can get fast food without also stocking up on sauces. If you stop for tacos, you're going to get the hottest Taco Bell sauce available. If you go through the drive-thru for a Big Mac, you're going to pick up McDonald's dipping sauces, be it honey mustard or sweet n' sour. If you order some chicken nuggets, you're going to also order Wendy's BBQ sauce. We don't make the rules. That's just how it is.
DoorDash's delivery service can bring a lot of foods straight right to you, like fast food and groceries. Reddit users shared some of the most unusual things they have ever had delivered, like a single scoop of vanilla ice cream, a cup of rice, and 55 McDonald's bags full of McChicken sandwiches. Bored Panda shared more stories from DoorDash drivers, including a story of one mother who discovered that her children called their grandmother and had her order some food for them, unbeknownst to the bewildered mother.
Filed under what is old can be new again, TikTok has rediscovered a vodka hack that might filter out some harsh flavors in those value priced spirits. As many people turn to the social media site for hacks, trends, and other novelties, the idea of making a cost-effective vodka more palatable has people ready to pour another shot. CallMeBelly put the "vodka through a Brita filter" concept to a taste test. Although it is questionable if the liquor tastes like water, it seems to be less harsh. And while the pair's reaction might be a little over the top, the idea has resonated with many people.
If you are looking for a really easy way to make ice cream in the comfort of your own home, then look no further than this no-churn chocolate ice cream. There are so many things to love about this ice cream recipe, including the fact that it takes just a few easy steps. Whether you're a beginner or a pro, this should be no problem to make.
We may receive a commission on purchases made from links. The bento box as we know it has come a long way since its first iteration. The very first bento box came into being around 900 years ago, when busy Japanese hunters, fishermen, and warriors carried parcels of rice to eat while they were on the go (via Sushi Shack). Today, bento boxes have come a long way. They're now available in a huge range of colors, sizes, and designs. And unlike traditional lunch boxes, bento boxes typically feature multiple compartments, making packing lunches with different components a breeze. They are also great for separating different foods to prevent them from touching each other during transit, something that slightly picky eaters (or people who just don't want food to get soggy) may appreciate.
Kevin Hart's familiar face has been gracing screens across America for years. With a ready smile and quick wit, the actor and comedian boasts a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a name that pulls a lot of weight. So, it's no surprise that when he turned his attention to creating a vegan fast-food restaurant, people took notice.
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