Sriracha? Yes, Sriracha. Did you know it’s really only been around since the 1980s and it got it’s big start in California when a by Chinese immigrant from Vietnam named David Tran the brand you’re probably most familiar with. But, is that brand the best? Let’s find out.
In 1981, McDonald’s released the McRib. In 1985, they removed it from its menu. After years of an on-again-off-again relationship, the McRib made its way back to fans on a seasonal basis. There’s even a website devoted to helping you find the McRib– McRibLocator.com.
Recently, a chef decided he can no longer play the game of trying to find the McRib and he set out to recreate it.
Doritos– a fancy tortilla chip, right? Sure, kind of. They can definitely be fancy until you start licking your fingers after eating multiple in a row.
So, do you think this chef can make this road trip favorite into a fancy meal?
If you’ve ever craved Chick-fil-A on a Sunday, but randomly found a pack of its famous Chick-fil-A sauce in your pantry, you’ve probably done a tiny happy dance alone in your kitchen. Well, get ready to really break it down, as the chain has announced it could start selling bottles of its sauces soon.
In a press release, CFA shared it, “will begin selling its sauces in bottles as a pilot in Florida, marking the company’s first endeavor into retail sales and a new way to give back to Chick-fil-A restaurant Team Members. Starting this April and May, customers will be able to purchase 16-fluid ounce bottles of Chick-fil-A’s signature Chick-fil-A and Polynesian Sauces in all Florida Publix, Target, Walmart and Winn-Dixie stores so they can dip, drizzle and marinate to their delight, right at home.”
The release went on to say, “Chick-fil-A Sauce and Polynesian Sauce are our two most popular sauces, so we are extremely excited to offer them at select retail stores outside of the restaurant. And because our Team Members are truly our ‘secret sauce’ to creating a positive experience in our restaurants, each time a customer purchases a Bottled Sauce at a participating retailer, the Chick-fil-A profits will support Team Members through our scholarship program.”
So, get ready, Florida.
When I was little I used to have Doritos in my lunch every single day. I would dip them in my chocolate pudding. Weird, but tasty. Thinking about that combination got me thinking about what ingredients in Doritos Nacho Cheese worked so well with pudding. So, leave it Food Netwood to unwrap it for us.
Taking out the trash is kind of the worst. For me, it always feels like I take out my trash and then have stuff like onions or fish to throw away. You can’t let that sit overnight.
It looks like the future of in-home trash cans are here and ready to make your trash can dreams come true (you know, a dream you never knew you even had). TOWNEW’s self-sealing and self-changing automatic, motion-sense activated trash can is here.
Here are the basics:
- Self-sealing and self-changing TOWNEW automatic trash can does it all for you with a touch of a button
- With the built-in motion sensor you don’t have to touch the trash bin. Have your hands free of dirt
- Its design and technology makes TOWNEW the best automatic trash can for your modern kitchen and smart home
- TOWNEW trash can uses refill rings, each contains up to 25 recyclable and durable trash bags
- Package contents: one white TOWNEW trash can, one refill ring, power adapter and manual
This trash can of the future is available now at Amazon for $119.95.
If you have spent any time as a child or around children, you probably have indulged in a handful (or several) of Goldfish Crackers. They’re tasty, cute and pretty satisfying when you need just a little something.
The savory snacks were invented in 1958 by Oscar Kambly at his namesake biscuit factory and later introduced in the United States by Pepperidge Farm founder Margaret Rudkin.
But, have you ever wondered how they’re made? Who hasn’t!
A regular package of Goldfish runs about $1.78 at Walmart.com.
The thing about Cheetos is that they’re messy. You could never eat a Cheeto and sit down on a white couch without some serious hand-washing.
The new Cheetos ad for the Super Bowl touches on this problem with a little help from the man who “Can’t Touch This,” MC Hammer.
This is just a teaser for the big event, but we’re really liking what we’re seeing so far.
If you love Cheetos, especially the Flamin’ Hot variety, and you love chicken wings, boy is this the recipe for you. Yes, we’re talking about Flamin’ Hot Cheetos and chicken wings.
8.5 oz. bag CHEETOS® Crunchy FLAMIN’ HOT® Chipotle Ranch Cheese Flavored Snacks
2 cups Gochujang (red pepper paste)
2 cups Rice wine vinegar
1 tsp Ground black pepper
2 cups Soy sauce
3 Jalapeños, chopped
3 tsp Gochugaru (red pepper powder)
1/2 cup Mirin
1 Lemon (zest and juice)
1 Lime (zest and juice)
1 Orange (zest and juice)
1 tsp Garlic
1 tsp Ginger
1 cup Cilantro
Pinch of salt
5 pounds Chicken wings
1. Puree all the wing sauce ingredients in a blender. Set aside.
2. Pour the CHEETOS® Crunchy FLAMIN’ HOT® Chipotle Ranch into a blender to pulverize into dust. Set aside.
3. Fry wings at 300ºF for about 7 minutes in a cast-iron pan.
4. Toss in the wing sauce.
5. Shower wings with the CHEETOS® Crunchy FLAMIN’ HOT® Chipotle Ranch dust.
6. Serve with a side of ranch dressing.
Though Sam Elliott has never won a major acting award, he has been nominated for an Oscar, Golden Globe and an EMMY. Not to mention, he’s one of the most beloved actors in Hollywood and his voice is recognizable from miles away.
Most recently, Elliott has taken his talents to the small screen to help Doritos introduce an updated Cool Ranch recipe. But, Elliott does it without even mentioning the chips. Instead, he recites a section of the GRAMMY-nominated hit song, “Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X.
Wait. What? Yes, you read that correctly. Elliott walks into a bar in the commercial and eventually ends his monologue by saying, “can’t nobody tell me nothin’.”