“Chestnuts roasting on an open fire,” evokes images of Christmas for many. Did you know that the chestnut is the only nut that contains vitamin C?
Oat milk is one of the most nutritious and versatile plant-derived types of milk. For that reason, oat milk has recently become a very popular alternative to traditional dairy milk, second only to almond milk, even surpassing soy milk, cashew milk, and coconut milk.
What started off a few years innocently as a Starbucks seasonal frothy beverage has mushroomed out of control. The Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte was introduced in 2003. You will now find your grocery store littered with pumpkin spice in about just every popular product. From September till the end of October, North America seems to go crazy with the Autumn spice. I think we reached the tipping point with pumpkin spice, enough is enough. There is way too much out there. Personally, I think it has become clickbait for the most outrageous food combos that manufacturers want to promote their year-long products by adding pumpkin spice. Just about restaurant or food establishment has added pumpkin spice to their menu. I hate entering the Christmas Tree Store or Bath and Body Works, it feels like your nose is swimming in pumpkin spice. The best part of the spice is that there is no pumpkin in it. It is a spice for pumpkin pies so that they taste better. Why not just call it the cinnamon spice?
Snow Days is all about the feeling you get when nature does you a solid. We took the foods you loved (before you cared about the ingredients!) and liberated you to eat them again, using real, organic, and super-clean ingredients. Because when you feel free to eat what you love, every day is that childhood feeling of being surprised by a Snow Day.
Jon Hicks’ “eggs-emplary” morning eggs delivered weekly from Mayfield Eggs, cooked, and then painted in Adobe Fresco on an iPad Pro.
Imagine taking a whiff of bacon from your mask all day at work. It is bad enough I smell my own coffee breath. Hormel wants you to enjoy the sweet smell of bacon all day long. They have created a bacon-scented breathable mask. Hey, at least if I do contract Covis-19, I will be satisfied knowing I will die with bacon in my nostrils. These masks will be sizzlers.
One of the most popular foods for astronauts is tortillas. They don’t crumble like regular bread. Tiny bits of floating food can be dangerous in zero gravity!
Next time you get seeds stuck in your teeth after eating an everything bagel, there are four people to blame for this dental catastrophe. These alleged culprits for years claim to have created this Frankenstein bagel.
Tyson is taking a giant step by offering air fried chicken. They are boldly claiming that their new line of chicken has 75% less fat. This is welcome news for many with health concerns. Let’s hope this is a new wave of products from other companies that rely on frying foods.
Moms rejoice! Heinz has found a way to stuff veggies into ketchup. Those sneaks just added wholesome carrots and butternut squash with tomatoes. With 25% added veggies, it will not compromise the Heinz ketchup taste.
Nestlé chocolate curls are a great way to spruce any dessert to the next level. They come in both chocolate and white chocolate. These chocolate shavings will give your foods an extra oomph.
In 1964, the slogan for Jell-O was, “There’s always room for Jell-O.” Created in 1881, Jell-O has come in many flavors. Here are ten flavors that have gone by the wayside.
What a great way for the little ones to get introduced to pasta. Dinner just got cuter with Hello Kitty organic pasta and sauce. The Italian made pasta is now available online.