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Thomas’ Launching New Everything English Muffins

Look, all I’m saying is if bagels can flourish with Everything seasoning, then I don’t see why not the English muffin contingency can’t either? Thomas’ English Muffins are joining the Everything vibe with their new limited edition Everything English Muffins.

So fans of Thomas’ English Muffins can now get the special salty and savory flavors of Everything seasoning all up in their nooks and crannies every morning. Everybody now wins.

You can now cop Thomas’ Everything English Muffins at retailers nationwide for a suggested price of $4.69 per six-count package.

Packaged Food What's New

Lay’s Announces ‘Do Us A Flavor’ Finalists Including ‘Tacos’ And ‘Bagels’

As with previous years, Lay’s asked fans to stretch their taste buds and creative muscles and come up with brand-new flavors for the potato chip brand.

The company has just announced the three finalists for this year’s Do Us A Flavor competition: Everything Bagel, Crispy Tacos, and Fried Green Tomatoes.

Kinda wish this year’s batch of finalists were a little more… outlandish. Like if they made a bag of chips flavored like Jollibee’s infamous gravy.

The three finalists will have their flavors voted upon and one will win the coveted title of MasterChef $1 million.

Voting will begin on July 24 and will end Oct. 8 through You can also vote on social media with the hashtag #SweepstakesEntry and your choice of #VoteEverythingBagel, #VoteFriedGreenTomato, or #VoteCrispyTaco.

Still, we’re looking forward to trying all three and seeing which ones taste the best.


Meet The Doughnut That Wants To Be An ‘Everything Bagel’ So Damn Badly


When in a morning rush, sometimes the choice between a bagel or a donut can be a tad overwhelming. What if there was a way to get the delicious fried texture of a donut with the savory flavors of an Everything Bagel?

New York-based doughnut spot The Doughnut Project created a new breakfast pastry they’re calling the Everything Doughnut. It’s made with a cream cheese glaze, sesame seeds, poppy seeds, pepitas, garlic salt and sea salt.

Initial reactions from the doughnut claim that it’s more of the sweeter end than the savory, but overall still pretty tasty.

Definitely need to try this for ourselves. Anyone NYC readers want to send us some?

Photo: The Doughnut Project