Forget about chips. These days it's all about the crisps, and health food line Kashi is no exception; it's developed a new line of hummus crisps made from chickpeas and its signature seven grains. We tried the entire line but found ourselves partial to the Sundried Tomato, Basil, and Feta Hummus Crisps ($3). Keep reading to see why.
Bust out your best picnic blanket and sunhat, as you're bound to be inspired to take your next meal outdoors after a glimpse of our favorite snaps of alfresco-friendly fare on Instagram. From ultra-classic (think cheese plate, wine, and charcuterie) to unconventional (California rolls and wakame salad, anyone?), these nibbles are grumble inducing. Don't say we didn't warn you! Take a look at a few of the snaps that caught our eye, and then tag your own bites #savorysight on Twitter and Instagram to join in on the fun.
Rhubarb and strawberries go together like peas and carrots, and crccooks's recipe is something you'll want to make all Summer long.
A perfect Spring dessert and a great way to introduce rhubarb into your cooking and family's eating.
For more — and the recipe — visit his blog, and then be sure to share your food photos via Savory Sights on POPSUGAR Social or by starting your own blog. If you're on Instagram, then chime in on the conversation with the hashtag #savorysight.
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This burger may have you at "brie," but the surprise knockout here is actually a spicy scallion mayonnaise, made with lemon zest, serrano pepper, and garlic.
You may be skeptical of pairing a French cheese with something so spicy, but one bite and I assure you that you'll be sold on the combo forever. Who can resist gourmet flavors, prepped, grilled, and assembled in about 30 minutes flat?
Summer's just around the corner and we're celebrating the best way we know how: by making a seasonally inspired cocktail. A combination of fragrant strawberries, herbaceous gin, spicy ginger, and earthy basil makes for a nuanced cocktail we'll be sipping all season long, and after you try your first taste we strongly suspect you'll follow suit. Watch the video to learn how to construct this winning drink, then print out the recipe.
Ice cream is a hot topic around these parts, so it was with much excitement that we dug into the latest lineup of limited edition flavors from Dreyer's (known as Edy's east of the Rockies). We hoped these new additions to the supermarket ice cream section, which range from cake batter to salted caramel with pretzel, could live up their promise. Ice cream scoop at the ready, we dug in, and (spoiler alert!) may have found a new obsession along the way.
Dreyer's Slow Churned Sunny Salted Caramel Pretzel
Take vanilla ice cream and add a generous swirl of salted caramel and chunks of pretzels and it's bound to be a recipe for success, right? While promising in theory, this flavor fell short due to one crucial error: the pretzel chunks were unpalatably soggy rather than crisp and crunchy. And what a shame: the caramel has a strong salty punch, and the ice cream a just-right level of sweetness. This flavor would likely have earned full marks if the creamery had first enrobed the pretzel chunks in chocolate to provide a barrier from the ice cream's moisture and preserve their crunch.
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We've got a partnership with the recipe, equipment, and product-testing gurus at America's Test Kitchen. They'll be sharing some of their time-tested recipes and technical expertise with us weekly. Up today: a guide to Spring's most glorious vegetables, plus a recipe for an asparagus-goat cheese tart.
From rhubarb to fiddleheads, is there any better herald of spring than the appearance of seasonal shoots and stalks? Read on to distinguish what makes each vegetable special and the Test Kitchen's favorite ways to eat them. These greens are popping up in a market or garden near you.