Literally Every Single Food Trend Predicted to Take Over 2018 This is the year for regional Mexican food, Earl Grey tea, and… “functional mushrooms” SOURCE: Eater.com Food trends are fleeting, as anyone with a fondue set gathering dust in their kitchen cabinet can attest, yet every winter food companies, PR firms, and media outlets pull…

Amplifying Flavors Using Spices, Herbs and Botanical Ingredients As international and global cuisines become more prevalent, they sky’s the limit on these food enhancements, and product developers are reaping the benefits. Adding herbs, spices and botanicals to food and beverage products amplifies flavor, helps replace sodium, sugar, artificial colors and flavors and address some health…

Reynolds Kitchens offered a novel take on a Thanksgiving staple. Yum or yuck? Reynolds Kitchens Bored with Thanksgiving turkey? Spice it up with … Flamin’ Hot Cheetos? By Andrew Sheeler: sanluisobispo.com This isn’t your parents’ Thanksgiving turkey. Reynolds Kitchens, the company known for kitchen supplies like aluminum foil and freezer bags, gained national attention recently…

Jianbing Is a Delightful Savory Crepe Filled with Flavor Keep an eye out for jianbing (pronounced gin-bing), the savory Chinese crepe popping up more and more stateside. The soft mung bean wrapper, typically layered with eggs, cilantro, scallions, tangy bean paste, and a crispy wonton cracker, is a popular breakfast in Beijing and Tianjin, but…

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