Eight flavors enter, four flavors leave. The latest in Lay’s interactive marketing is the Flavor Swap, pitting tried and true potato chip flavors against newcomers across four categories—BBQ, spice, cheese and heat. Let’s do this.
Of course it is.
Would you like some beef with your parfait? What about some raw tuna? Pork?
While the ultimate showdown between DC Comics’ iconic heroes doesn’t hit theaters until March, the battle begins now, in your mouth.
This has to be the most unusual Kit Kat flavor yet.
To be honest, I didn’t think they would. Even if the sight of golden fries covered in white and dark chocolate doesn’t look or sound all that appetizing, these were not too bad.
In cake form, of course!
A cornerstone of snack culture, popcorn is a light and fluffy snack that’s relatively harmless to eat by the handful. At least until a company like Pop Works & Co. starts putting delicious stuff all over it.
Earlier this week I encountered a food creation so hideous that I set up my camera in the noisy press room at the 2016 Smite World Championship and recorded a Snacktaku video so I could get it over with.
Packed with famous burgers,cheese, fries, more cheese, sauce, grilled onions and some cheese, one slice of Foodbeast’s In-N-Out Burger Pie contains roughly all of the calories, but that’s not the worst part.
The Snacktaku staff put many, many things in its mouth during the past year—at least one thing a day—in order to bring you this, the ultimate list of bad things that tasted good in 2015.
It’s that time again! Time for Japanese New Year’s television to have a panel of celebrity guests bite into things to see if they are made of chocolate or candy.
Hong Kong is now home to the newest and neatest McDonald’s around. Say hello to McDonald’s Next, the McDonald’s of the future.
“It smells like old people,” my wife said as I handed her a slice hacked from the Walmart-made fruit cake ring. “Does it taste like old people?” I asked. She took a bite. “No.” I stared accusingly. “How do you know what old people taste like?”
When you’re a massive international snack company, there’s no better way to celebrate the holidays than pumping your signature cookie filling with red food coloring and peppermint oil. Let’s eat some of that.
Every month, Japan seems to get a new odd-flavored snack or candy. You might think that’s peculiar, but just know that many Japanese people do, too.
Thanks, Namco! I guess...
It might even be the best on Earth, if you believe the Michelin restaurant guide, which awarded a single star to Tokyo ramen establishment Tsuta. This is a world’s first.
The most important factor in creating Splatoon-inspired dishes, as Food Network’s Justin Warner does in his latest Foodie Call video, is to make sure the main ingredient is a squid now. Once that’s confirmed, cook away.
In a holiday season awash with pumpkin-flavoring spice, gingerbread and caramel apple, Hostess foregoes the dominant fall flavors in favor of a pair of special edition snack cakes colored and flavored like toothpaste. Mmmm, minty.