30 posts categorized Food

6/27/17 // Reviews are Mixed for Hangover Cure

The BTRtoday editorial staff road-tested the FlyBy hangover cure over a typical weekend. Here are their reports. | read

6/25/17 // Artisanal Snacks Are The New Fidget Spinners

Millennials want personalized product from custom makeup to specialized sneakers. This hunger for experience-based purchases extends to the world of snack food. | read

6/17/17 // Amazon Buys Whole Foods, Completes World Domination

Amazon is buying Whole Foods—proving once and for all that they rule the world. | read

6/11/17 // Millennials Are Killing Casual Dining

Chain restaurants just aren’t cool, and millennials are shunning them because of it. Is this the nail in the coffin for casual dining? | read

5/28/17 // Can you Change the World by Changing What You Eat?

Worried about the morality of your dinner? Shelburne Farms is pairing delicious food and social justice. | read

5/21/17 // Are Doughflowers More Than Gimmicks?

New York's Doughnut Plant has created a collection of rose-shaped doughnuts. Are they just another fleeting food trend, or a revelatory treat that will stand the test of time? You decide.   | read

4/12/17 // Cured Meat Is the New Jam

There's all sorts of things you can do in your own kitchen--and curing meat is one of them! | read

4/11/17 // What to Do With Your Passover Leftovers

Seder food is the best. Here's how you can enjoy it for days to come! | read

4/9/17 // What's Your Comfort Food?

Grilled cheese, ice cream, and french fries all rank as America's favorite comfort foods. | read

4/5/17 // The Spaghetti Donut Has Arrived

Is it a terrifying or brilliant invention? | read

4/4/17 // ASMR Food Videos Are Ear Candy

ASMR food videos can make your body tingle and your mouth water all at the same time. | read

4/2/17 // It's Peanut Butter Jelly Time!

Seriously, today is National Peanut Butter And Jelly Day. Let's celebrate! | read

3/29/17 // Sanatorium: Creating A Cocktail

Sanatorium is a hospital-themed bar and lounge in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan. Inspired by the history of 19th century hospitals and remedies, Sanatorium features medicinal cocktails… | watch

3/29/17 // Which Is More Fake: The Food or the News?

There's fake news, then there's fake food, then there's fake news about "fake" food that's actually real. What a mouthful! | read

3/28/17 // Ranch Is Having a Comeback

This classic condiment has some new tricks up its sleeve. | read

3/27/17 // The Future Is Chow

BTRtoday investigates the history of Chinese-American cuisine at the Museum of Food and Drink! | read

3/26/17 // The Wonderful World of Crockpots

My newest kitchen accessory has got me all hot and bothered! Even though it cooks things at a very low temperature and isn't a bother at all... | read

3/15/17 // Sanatorium

Sanatorium is a hospital-themed bar and lounge in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan. Inspired by the history of 19th century hospitals and remedies, Sanatorium features medicinal cocktails… | watch

2/15/17 // Cream Cheese Banana Bread

Baked goods are the best. Even better, are baked goods made from scratch. They are a tiny way to show off your ability to measure ingredients while simultaneously filling your living space with lovely… | watch

2/8/17 // Valentine’s Cocktail: Cupid’s Arrow

Sunset Botanica is a Brooklyn-based company which makes shrubs, bitters, and other cocktail components. To help get in the Valentine’s Day spirit, the owner of the company, Carlos Victoria, shares… | watch

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