Tag: food

06
Apr

IKEA is experimenting with adding bugs to their meatballs and burgers

At the rate we’re going there will be billions more hungry mouths putting a strain on the planet’s resources. However, eating bugs might be a solution. SPACE10, IKEA’s external innovation lab, has begun experimenting with putting mealworms and other bugs into their meatballs and burgers. More accurately, it’s taking beef out and replacing it with a concoction of mealworms and root vegetables.Continue Reading..

10
Jan

The first weird food trend of 2018 is the Crossushi

The rise of Instagram has not-so-coincidentally caused people to better decorate their meals. It’s also gotten people to experiment with new dishes as well. And kicking off 2018 is this newest food trend called the Crossushi.Continue Reading..

04
Jan

Drake-themed chicken wing bar makes its way through Scotland

Last month, a chicken wing pop-up bar rolled into Finnieston’s DockYard Social in Scotland. What makes that unique? A Wing and a Prayer is a Drake-themed bar where you can enjoy a night out and have some wings.Continue Reading..

31
Oct

Aussie burger chain offers Halloween-themed bug burger

Australian burger chain Huxtaburger will be offering a distinctly creepy burger on Halloween. And just so you know, the extra crunch in this burger isn’t from the crispy lettuce. Rather, it’s the healthy serving of mealworms.Continue Reading..

17
Oct

Giant straw animals invade Japanese fields after rice harvest

Fall is here, which means that it’s time for the harvest and the annual fairs that celebrate it. In Japanese culture waste is often minimized, especially in food. Sometimes, during the annual rice harvest, the leftover rice straw is transformed into straw animals.Continue Reading..

21
Jul

Irish artist crafts intricate sculptures from avocado pits

Peoples appetite for the avocado has grown just about every year for the past 15 years; invading kitchens and menus across North America. And while most of us see the avocado pits as trash, Irish artist Jan Campbell sees them as an opportunity.Continue Reading..

07
Sep

The latest Instagram food trend is avocado burger buns

If it’s not broken, don’t fix it. Traditionally, hamburgers and other bbq are served on buns that come in all shapes and sizes. But I am reasonably certain there have never been avocado burger buns — that is, until now.Continue Reading..

11
Jul

Out-of-this-world galaxy donuts are delicious

A recent time ago, in a galaxy not so far far away… arrived the latest Instagram food craze. Prepare to be starry-eyed with the latest addition to the galaxy confection craze: the galaxy donut.Continue Reading..

05
Jul

PANTONE Café returns for a second year with colourful foods

The impressive range of PANTONE colours lend themselves to all sorts of applications that go beyond just graphic design. They’re found in hair styles, fashion, and they’re especially engaging when it comes to food. So if nothing brings you joy like the perfect colour co-ordination, it may be time for a trip to a pop-up PANTONE Café in Monaco.Continue Reading..

07
Jun

Rainbow food trend reaches sushi

In a world where foods trend all the time, its hard to keep up with what the coolest thing is. The rainbow food trend has recently taken over. It has cast all the regular, beige food we held dear aside, making brightly coloured foods the only acceptable things to appear on social media.Continue Reading..

12
May

Edible nail polish is finger lickin’ good

If you’re a fan of KFC chicken, then you’ll want to keep reading. While some fast food restaurants try to push the boundaries with spicy burgers or chicken fries, KFC has taken things to a whole new level.Continue Reading..

21
Apr

The newest food trend mashup: Sushi Burgers

We love to eat. We love to discover and experience new foods and flavours. To do this, we constantly create new food mashups, like churro ice cream sandwiches or even mac and cheese meatball sandwiches. However, the newest food trend mashup comes with a Japanese twist.Continue Reading..

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