- McDonald's cuts Chicken Selects and others to make room for new items — Zagat
- By the way, McDonald's Chicken McNuggets have four distinct shapes — Delish
- Chrissy Teigen bosses Eric Ripert around — HuffPost Taste
- Watch 42,000 pounds of ketchup spill onto the highway — Grub Street New York
- Groupon's fallen CEO admits he didn't do what was best for customers — Eater
- Garlicky hands? Try this! — Chow
- Pursuing Chipotle's "quesarito" and more secret menu items — Fast Co. Design
You're probably scratching your head wondering why this picture, which looks strangely like French onion soup, is labeled Irish onion soup. Well, let me explain. It's a jazzed-up variation of the classic onion- and bread-topped soup that uses two important Irish ingredients: Guinness and aged cheddar cheese.
It has the same flavors as the traditional rendition, but the beer provides a delicious complexity, and the cheese adds a delicate nuttiness. It's so good that it might just be my new favorite French onion soup recipe!
I highly recommend you serve it tonight or on St. Patrick's Day. Learn how to make it now.
In a sea of flavored sparkling waters, one company captured our attention at the NASFT Fancy Food Show: Spindrift Water. Unlike others on the market that are flavored with essential oils or the ever-ambiguous "natural flavors," this soda maker actually adds fresh-pressed juice to its sparkling waters to give them the essence of the fruit, without the calories or any artificial sweetness. We couldn't wait to request the line so our taste testers could give them a try. Take a look at the results and more pictures.
With St. Patrick's Day approaching in just a few weeks, now's the time to practice these tasty cocktail recipes with your favorite Irish whiskey! Whether you're into dry, bitter drinks or sweeter sips, we've rounded up a variety of refreshing options to suit your taste. Prepping for holiday celebrations or planning your own? Go beyond the classic Guinness options, and take a look at these creative whiskey cocktail recipes!
For a healthy, satisfying salad, try this spicy option from hotspicyandskinny with crispy tofu and arugula.The chipotle-lemon dressing brings a tangy, citrusy flavor to the fruit-and-tofu mix — perfect for any season.
Have your own delicious salad recipe you'd like to share? Then be sure to post your food photos in our community or by starting your own blog. If you're on Instagram, you can also add to the conversation with the hashtag #savorysight.
Early 2013 cold fronts, snowstorms, and nor'easters mean one thing: that this year's South Beach Wine and Food Festival couldn't come soon enough. The Miami celebration — often known among festivalgoers as culinary Spring break — kicked off Thursday night with a slew of events. Click through to see more.
— Additional reporting by Nicole Perry
If there's one thing that helps us get through the day, it's snacks with plenty of flavor that give us that extra oomph. That's why we're munching on smoked almonds and dried orange slices that fit right in with National Snack Food Month.
We'd love to see how you're snacking, whether it's at your desk, on the go, or at home. Share all your photos of bites with us! All you need to do is upload your photos to Instagram and include the hashtag #savorysight in your caption. Keep checking back because you could be featured in a slideshow of our favorite submissions. And make sure to follow us on Instagram (@POPSUGARfood) for mouthwatering inspiration. If Instagram's not your thing, don't worry: you can still participate by sharing snaps of your dishes and drinks in our Savory Sights community group.
St. Patrick's Day is 'round the corner, therefore we're giving Irish cuisine a gander. While I can only claim to be Irish-ish, I do know a thing or two about marrying potatoes and butter.
Colcannon is a traditional Irish dish that is basically mashed potatoes mixed with kale or cabbage, green onion, and Irish bacon, which is similar to Canadian bacon. Colcannon is a revered dish in Ireland; there are even songs written about it! While I'm not likely to write a song about my colcannon rendition, I will sing its praises. In addition to kale and green onions, this dish contains pancetta, because I like thin, crispy, bacon-like bits in my mashed potatoes. Who knew kale could taste so good, enveloped in fluffy mashed potatoes and salty pieces of pancetta?
- And the winner of Top Chef is . . . — Zagat
- Burning question: why are American beers so weak? — Slate
- The hottest pizzerias in America right now — Eater
- How Tom Colicchio's doing his part to end hunger — Grub Street New York
- A new Greek yogurt designed just for men — Delish
- What goes into the ultimate peanut butter and jelly sandwich — HuffPost Taste
- Find out how your Starbucks latte stacks up to the rest of the world's — Wall Street Journal
Thanks to popular sweets like macarons, crepes, and crème brulée, France has cemented itself as one of the major dessert capitals of the world. In honor of Tuesday's kickoff to Paris Fashion Week, we're taking a look at some of those familiar French dessert staples, plus a few lesser-known dishes. Craving something sugary? Satisfy your sweet tooth with these delicious French desserts!