The bacon train never stops. Ritz just released Bacon-Flavored Ritz Crackers. There are those bacon products you can’t eat, but this actually sounds good. Cheese, crackers and bacon. Seems like a logical partnership. With these, you’ll get all your dietary needs: protein from the bacon, dairy from the cheese and carbs from the crackers. It’s a win-win-win for your belly.
Culture By on Mar 19, 2014
Open your refrigerator. If you see millions of tiny Taco Bell hot sauce packets, you’ll want to replace them with these Taco Bell Bottled Hot Sauces. Verde Salsa, Fire Sauce, Mild Sauce and Hot Sauce, the gang’s all here. Why put them on just tacos? Now they can complement anything: hot dogs, hamburgers, pasta or drink it straight from the bottle as a party trick.
Culture By on Mar 13, 2014
St. Patrick’s Day arrives this coming Monday and that means mass consumption of beer. But what if you drink the whole weekend and can’t stomach another day of drinking on Monday? Drink again! It’s St. Paddy’s Day for St. Pete’s sake. Ok, but I really can’t drink that day. Alright, alright, Then sneak a smidgen of St. Paddy’s Day alcoholic revelry in with these Guinness Marshmallows ($8).
Gourmet marshmallows infused with the flavor of Guinness beer. They come sixteen to a pack and there’s none of that low-grade corn syrup in here. It’s all cane sugar baby. They may not make you drunk, but they’ll give you a taste of St. Paddy’s Day debauchery.
Culture By on Mar 13, 2014
Seriously, no one thought of this earlier. The popular, traditional taste of ketchup combined with the exciting, spicy flavor of sriracha. It took the makers of the recent, whiskey barrel-aged sriracha sauce to finally bring this to the public. Slather Srirachup ($30 for a 4 pack) on hot dog and hamburgers and skip the mustard. Or be like us and just eat it with a spoon.
Culture By on Jan 29, 2014
Sriracha sauce goes upscale with a twist. Sosu Sauces brings their Barrel-Aged Sriracha Sauce ($25) to the masses. It’s aged 1-3 months in oak barrels. The extra aging process infuses the sriracha blend with more intense, sweet and more robust flavors. All natural with no preservatives. Only chili peppers, brown sugar, garlic, and salt. That’s it. Your taste buds will thank you.
Culture By on Jan 24, 2014
Jelly Belly just added a Hefeweizen-inspired ale flavor to their lineup. The new flavor took three years to develop. One particular challenge was developing a flavor that would eliminate the bitterness of beer.
They also made a chocolate-covered Tabasco flavor. This sounds like a good contrast between sweet and spicy. Hopefully, they’ll produce a sriracha flavor one day.
Culture By on Jan 23, 2014
Who likes a good buzz in the morning? Everyone. That’s who. The coffee-addicted need to put down their fancy schmancy venti, non-fat chai lattes and do away with the coffee breath for a day.
Instead, piehole meet mai tai donut. The Drunkin Donut out of New York will ship booze-filled baked goods to everyone’s doorstep. Get drunk off their selection of 18 donuts, two truffles, five cupcakes and four cannoli offerings. They’ll even make custom orders like White Russian cupcakes.
Get drunk AND satisfy that sweet tooth. This is what’s called, ‘progress’.