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    Trend: Bookstore Bars With Great Food and Natural Wine

    A bookstore with a bar is easily one of mankind’s best inventions, up there with polar fleece and those potato chips that taste like ham. There’s usually a big chair, and if you do it right, you can read for hours while sipping a coffee or a glass of wine. However, bookstore bars have usually been bookstores first: The coffee is serviceable, the wine probably comes from a bag of Franzia, and the snacks tend to be mass-produced or just mediocre. But in the past few years, a new generation of operators has rewritten the story of what a bookstore  

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  • Food News

    Frozen honey health risks you should know before you jump on the TikTok food trend

    Frozen honey might be the hot new food trend for summer, but experts say people need to be mindful of their sweet tooth. Participants of the trend either freeze honey overnight or blend the gelatinous sweetener with corn syrup or another syrup of their choice, according to the thousands of videos shared under the #FrozenHoney hashtag on TikTok. HOW TO MAKE FROZEN HONEY, TIKTOK’S HOTTEST SUMMER TREAT According to the USDA’s online nutrition database, FoodData Central, a single tablespoon of honey contains around 63.8 calories and 17.2 grams of sugar by itself while a single tablespoon of corn syrup 

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    TikTok’s ‘pasta chips’ trend turns the Italian dish into snackable finger food

    Pasta chips are the latest TikTok food craze that’s putting a spin and crunch on the traditionally soft dish. The viral food trend’s hashtag alone has racked up more than 364.3 million views on the popular video-sharing app, and verified TikTok creators have already given it their stamps of approval. All it requires is boiled pasta, your preferred seasonings and oil, an airfryer or similar appliance or tool that can fry or bake, according to Feel Good Foodie – an American digital food media company created by Yumna Jawad. TIKTOK’S ‘HONEYCOMB PASTA’ IS THE LATEST VIRAL FOOD TREND, SOCIAL MEDIA  

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    TikTok’s ‘pesto eggs’ are the latest food trend: ‘You won’t go back’

    TikTokers are simply eggs-cited about pesto. The unusual food combo is one of the latest food trends to hit the video-sharing app, which is now more than 131.8 million views strong according to the hashtag “pesto eggs.” And the countless videos linked under the popular hashtag are showing home chefs that there’s really no wrong way to make a pesto-covered egg dish.  GORDON RAMSAY GETS EGGED BY DAUGHTER IN HILARIOUS TIKTOK PRANK TikTok recipes have ranged between scrambled, fried, sunny-side up, omelets, poached, deviled and more. TikTokers are combining egg dishes with pesto sauce and now it is  

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    Upcycled food trend turns waste into ingredients found on store shelves

    They say one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, and lately, that even applies to the food we eat. Upcycled foods are made from ingredients that would usually be thrown out. They’re further processed into marketable products, reducing food waste with a positive impact on the environment. When Bertha Jimenez moved to the United States from Ecuador for graduate school, she never expected to be on the cutting edge of baking. “My background was mechanical engineering, so nothing related to baking,” Jimenez told CBS News’ Nancy Chen. But when she showed up at Keg & Lantern Brewing Company in Brooklyn,  

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    ‘Nature’s cereal’ creator explains origins of TikTok food trend, answers critics

    Nature’s cereal is the latest food trend to hit TikTok. (Photo: TikTok/natures_food) A concoction dubbed “nature’s cereal” is the latest food trend to take over TikTok after Lizzo gave the refreshing breakfast food a try. But as people are both praising and knocking the bowl of fruit turned “cereal” with the addition of coconut water, its originator, Sherwayne Mears, tells Yahoo Life that he wasn’t expecting to create such a divisive snack. Known by the handle @natures_food on TikTok, Mears explains that he uses the social media platform to share his love for plants and fruit — two things that  

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  • food recipes

    What Is Heritage Cooking? And Why Is It a 2021 Food Trend?

    Growing up, my favorite weekends were spent watching my Filipino mother simultaneously brown ground beef while chopping up a variety of colorful veggies, from carrots to bright-green scallions. Meanwhile, I cracked eggs into a bowl while my sister whisked them, prepping our forthcoming lumpia-rolling session. For two to three hours, we learned the ins and outs of making lumpia (or, what we describe as Filipino eggrolls), a dish that dates as far back as the 17th century. It’s a recipe — and tradition — we continue to this day. But little did my sister and I know at the time,  

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  • Food & Cooking

    Trend alert 2021: Nostalgia in food

    When it comes to the trends that are likely to pop up on our plates in 2021, ‘nostalgia in food’ is predicted to be on the top of the list. This is because people are craving everything that connects them to comfort, including their grandmother’s favourite recipes, age-old cooking methods, the art of pickling, baking etc. Perhaps, that’s one of the reasons why our social media feed is showcasing more and more people recreating recipes from their mother’s cookbooks, putting on their vintage-style aprons, baking their own bread, pickling salads in mason jars and preparing jams from scratch. And their  

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    Trend forecasters predict changes in restaurants and ‘flexitarian’ diets

    “It seems absurd to wonder if kalettes will be next year’s hit vegetable.” After 2020’s endless tribulations, truer words were never spoken, at least when it comes to the year-end sport that is food-trend forecasting. Rather than engaging in a trite rhapsody on the virtues of kale sprouts, Baum + Whiteman takes its 2021 report in a deeper direction. This year, the New York City-based food and restaurant consulting firm has opted to focus on big-picture issues, even choosing to end with a solemn and much-appreciated pledge: “We promise not to use the words ‘New Normal.’ ” Amen to that. 

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  • Food & Cooking

    Kroger reveals trend predictions for 2021 | 2020-12-18

    CINCINNATI — At the top of shoppers’ lists this year were diet soft drinks, shredded cheese and flavored potato chips, according to The Kroger Co. Consumers also packed their carts with white wine, heavy whipping cream, fresh burger patties, artisan bread, single-serve coffee pods, party-size packages of assorted chocolate and Black Forest ham. “The most popular foods and beverages of 2020 underscore how our customers not only adapted to the challenges of this unique year but embraced cooking and eating at home as part of their new routine,” said Stuart Aitken, chief merchant at Kroger. “As many of our customers  

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