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Keeping Bar: The Natural Ingredient Turning Cocktails Blue

Drinks in fantastical hues of blue, violet, and pink dot our Instagram feeds these days, but thats not a filter: its probably butterfly pea flower tea. A native plant in Southeast...  more »

The Most Imaginative Desserts in Los Angeles

The most imaginative dessert in Los Angeles is so understated it blends into the table and thats the point. At Nightshade, Mei Lins new restaurant in Los Angeless...  more »

Flavored Coffee Creamer Isn’t Going Away Anytime Soon

Flat whites and nitro cold brew may be hip, but a certain type of coffee drinker will never give up their French vanilla creamer [more...]More On Coffee...Check out these related...  more »

01/16/2019

Sweet Talk

Tags: Consumer Trends, Dessert, dessertSource: Eater

What the Mug Cake Trend Says About Eating in 2019

All of a sudden, mug cakes - those single-serving cakes mixed and cooked inside a mug - are everywhere. In the spring of 2017, Duncan Hines launched 18 flavors of mug cake mixes,...  more »

08/24/2018

Sweet Talk

Tags: Food History, dessert, DessertSource: Eater

The Past, Present, and Future of Freeze Pops

For many Americans, memories of childhood and summer are tied, at least in part, to the flavor and ice-cold ease of a candy-colored freeze pop. That’s partially why, for the...  more »

Why American Bartenders Are Embracing Japanese Cocktails

With seasonal produce, impossibly clear hand-chipped ice, and precise yet fluid movements, bartenders in Japan elevate the act of building a cocktail into an art form, sometimes...  more »

03/09/2018

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Chefs, RestaurantsSource: Eater

What It Took to Create the Stunning, Sea-Focused New Noma Menu

Mette Sberg is the head of research and development for Nomas test kitchen and since the fall, she and her team have been on a mission: to develop never-before-seen preparations...  more »

01/24/2018

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Culinary, HispanicSource: Eater

The Finest Introduction to New Mexican Cooking

This post originally appeared in Bill Addison's newsletter "Notes From a Roving Critic," a twice-monthly dispatch from Bill's travels across the country. Subscribe now. In August...  more »

01/15/2018

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Chefs, RestaurantsSource: Eater

The 19 Most Anticipated Restaurants of 2018: Winter-Spring Edition

Aaron Franklin is working on a new barbecue joint in partnership with one of the most popular restaurant groups in Austin. Dominique Crenn is cooking up a wine-fueled ode to French...  more »

01/03/2018

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Food TrendsSource: Eater

A Look Back at 2017's Biggest Food Trends

Some could say 2017 was a year of politics, confusion, shock, and uncertainty. But a poke at Google Trends data shows that in the food world at least, there were many opportunities...  more »

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