Are snack-of-the-month clubs worth it or gimmicky? We sampled a few to find the best.
We put the latest bars from KIND—a new line of flat-and-square bars called Healthy Grains—to the test.
Master chocolatier Cecilia Tessieri on her new shop in New York, why being a woman affects her work, and more.
Looking for gluten-free cupcakes in New York? Here are six of our favorites.
We got our hands on Pasta Chips, a new potato chip alternative with Italian sauce-themed flavors. Here's how they all break down.
So you need to buy a gift for a snack lover. While edible items are definitely appreciated, why not get a little more creative this year? From gifts they can wear to art they can hang on their walls, here are a few inspired ideas.
Can a company like Amy's Kitchen—known for its organic, preservative-free products—compete in the candy bar market? We put them to the test.
Rhonda "Roni-Sue" Kave's new shop is more than triple the size of her original Essex Street Market stall—which means more space to make (and taste) her innovative chocolate truffles, bacon-maple lollipops, and more.
From beef to pork to turkey, we tried all seven varieties of Oberto's All Natural jerky. Here's how they all stack up.
A look at Dough Loco, a tiny new bakery in East Harlem that's churning out creative takes on doughnuts.
Chef Michel Richard makes his New York City debut with Pomme Palais, a French pastry shop and cafe at the New York Palace hotel.
The maker of the Fig Newton has a new brand of crispy cookies. But do they stand up to the classic? We put all six flavors of Fruit Thins to the test.
Bacon Cheddar. Hot Buffalo Wings. Jalapeño. These flavors take pretzels to the next level. But are they any good?
A look at Park Slope's newest gelateria and café, straight from Lombardy, Italy.
How to prevent soggy bottom pie crusts, choose the best fruit, make awesome flavor combinations, and the deal with thickeners—these tips and more from Emily and Melissa Elsen of Brooklyn's Four & Twenty Blackbirds.
New Orleans has the sno-ball, Italy's got the granita, and the shaved-ice dessert of Colombia? That would be the cholado. In the Philippines, the sweet treat goes by the name of halo-halo, the Tagalog word for "mix mix." And with Filipino food having a moment in New York (three such restaurants have opened here in the last two years)—not to mention the stifling 90-degree weather—now was a perfect time to dig in.
Have you ever wished your granola bar tasted a little bit more like a candy bar? Yeah, there's a snack for that.
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