Ketchup innovation doesn’t happen often, but when it does, Heinz is at the forefront, bringing about some forward-thinking solutions with their new Packet Rollers.
The ketchup Packet Roller is designed to get every last bit of ketchup extracted out of each Heinz ketchup packet, ensuring we all get our packet’s worth in red gold.
Condiment lovers can snag theirs starting today for $5.70 by visiting HeinzPacketRoller.com. HEINZ Packet Rollers will also be available at Pittsburgh-based Primanti’s, an iconic sandwich destination, while supplies last.
Scrolling through my daily social media content rounds and my thumb was snatched from its natural motion by a treat that all at once had my jaw dropped but made me wish it was back in place just so I could eat it. The culprit was deliciously described as a “GOLDEN OREO. COOKIE BUTTER. STUFFED CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE PIE. I’ll leave it at that.”
Karen of @sweetafternoon, the mastermind behind this diabolical delicacy need not say any more, as the visual of this dessert triplex speaks for itself in volumes.Thankfully this product out of Toronto, Canada ships throughout Canada and the United States.
Now excuse me as I collect my jaw and rearrange it back to functionality.
Pacifico beer just announced a dope new collaboration with streetwear and skate legend, OBEY Clothing, to debut a collection that helps a wonderful cause.
The casually cool line of eco-friendly merchandise has 100% of proceeds supporting the non-profit Surfrider Foundation’s efforts to help protect the world’s ocean, waves and beaches for all.
If you’re a fan of the dope cause and the wavy graphics, you can cop now through November 1 on the Surfrider Foundation’s online shop, this limited-edition line features a sustainable t-shirt, tote bags and art print.
There’s some spots where you know your big appetite would do some damage along with a few friends. Count Salo-Salo Kitchen in West Covina, California as one of those spots.
Why? Well it all starts with their massive Filipino food platters. “Salo-Salo” translates to feast in English, so you already know you’re at the right place. The feast portion reveals itself gloriously in the seven massive Filipino food platters that they offer on the menu. Portions are huge, the food is eye-catching and delectable and the platters they’re served up on are big enough to be a warrior’s shield.
In this visit, I chose my three favorites, which are the Seafood Kamayan platter, the Crispy Meat platter, and the Breakfast Platter — all of which deliver in ponderosity. Word of the day, friends.
So if you’re in the mood for some Filipino deliciousness and have a few friends that agree with the notion, then mob on over to Salo-Salo Kitchen in West Covina, California to satisfy yourselves plenty.
Starting this week, Starbucks fans in Japan have some extra motivation to hit up their local spot later, as locations will soon start discounting menu items right before closing.
As reported by SoraNews24, Starbucks will reduce prices by 20 percent for baked goods, sandwiches, and desserts in its register-adjacent food cases starting three hours before closing time on days when they have an abundance of leftovers.
This new policy will took effect at all of Starbucks’ roughly 1,600 Japanese locations on August 23.
It’s a tremendous step in the right direction when it comes to addressing food waste, as 15 percent is accounted for by expired food.
In this latest release, however, fans can now indulge in a ‘Create Your Own’ option that lets them customize their very own Detroit-Style pizza with up to five toppings. For those more interested in pre-made offerings, the Detroit-Style will come in three: Double Pepperoni, Meaty Deluxe, and Supremo.
This limited-time only window of Pizza Hut’s Detroit-Style pizza will be available at locations nationwide.
KFC Japan is lending a hand to home cooks via its new “KFC Arrange Recipes” — with all of them based around KFC’s Original Recipe chicken.
KFC Arrange Recipes are creative re-works of its Original Recipe fried chicken, taking fans through a culinary journey that includes recipes for chicken soba using the KFC fried chicken bones to make the stock, sweet and sour fried chicken, spicy khao man gai, basil avocado chicken rice, Italian rice with tomatoes & olives, and a cobb salad.
Not gonna lie, chef’d up takes on KFC fried chicken sound like a fun endeavor to take on in the home kitchen. For the full list of the KFC Arrange Recipes, check out the site here.
It seems like announcements from Taco Bell debuting new menu innovations are a weekly occurrence these days, as news of another test item has hit our Foodbeast radar.
This time around, Taco Bell has partnered with TRUFF, the well-established truffle hot sauce that’s successfully combined streetwear clout with high-end panache, to test a new Loaded TRUFF Nacho Fries and Loaded TRUFF Fries Burrito. The collaboration is a special milestone for both brands as it is the first time that Taco Bell has collaborated with another brand on a new sauce.
Loaded TRUFF Nacho Fries feature seasoned fries that are topped with steak, TRUFF Nacho Cheese Sauce, shredded cheddar cheese, tomato and reduced-fat sour cream. The Loaded TRUFF Fries Burrito uses all of the above and wraps them up in a warm tortilla.
The Loaded TRUFF Nacho Fries and the Loaded TRUFF Fries Burrito are both currently testing at only one Taco Bell location (4101 Jamboree Rd, Newport Beach, CA 92660) until August 31, 2021, while supplies last. Both will be priced at $3.49 plus tax and $0.65 for the sauce a la carte, giving fans a new way to indulge at a great value.