Move over, activated charcoal. Try the matte black latte.

Move over, activated charcoal. Try the matte black latte.

Activated charcoal—the trendy margarita ingredient and cleaning agent—is nothing compared to a matte black latte.  The new drink from Round K in New York City is even darker than the activated charcoal recipes that swept the internet a few months ago.  SEE ALSO: A rare white moose has been spotted and if you wanna freak out, that’s cool The nondairy drink contains coconut ash, almond milk, espresso, 98 percent Dutch process cacao, and a coconut cream and marzipan topping. Coconut ash, a type of activated charcoal, is the ingredient that…

Read More

Spinach & Artichoke Sheet Pan Pizza

Spinach & Artichoke Sheet Pan Pizza

Sheet pan pizzas are seriously the only way I ever make pizza in my house anymore. I used to futz with a heavy baking stone, but I hardly ever take it out anymore! Rolled out and stretched onto a sheet pan, a 1-pound ball of dough makes the perfect thin crust pizza. Here’s a recent favorite: a super simple white pizza topped with garlicky baby spinach, marinated artichoke hearts from a jar, and lots of mozzarella cheese. Continue reading “Spinach & Artichoke Sheet Pan Pizza” » Read full story

Read More

Download this: Off the Menu Club is the answer to all your foodie prayers

Download this: Off the Menu Club is the answer to all your foodie prayers

Most people know about In-N-Out Burger’s animal style fries, Jamba Juice’s gummy bear smoothies, and Starbucks’ infamous pink drinks. But what about the secret menu items of other restaurants—high-end places? Enter Off the Menu Club, a foodie’s dream app.  SEE ALSO: The McDonald’s Secret Menu: Stop dreaming, start ordering Read more… {“player”:{“description”:”Rejoice, food lovers. “,”image”:”https://i.amz.mshcdn.com/nDM74m75hxKV-mny7C2wAkZJWQI=/https%3A%2F%2Fvdist.aws.mashable.com%2Fcms%2F2017%2F8%2F098e84db-36f6-a15a%2Fthumb%2F00001.jpg”,”mediaid”:”jznRD8RoxJ”,”preload”:false,”title”:”Off the Menu Club”,”sources”:[{“file”:”https://vdist.aws.mashable.com/cms/2017/8/098e84db-36f6-a15a/hls.m3u8″},{“file”:”https://vdist.aws.mashable.com/cms/2017/8/098e84db-36f6-a15a/dash.mpd”},{“file”:”https://vdist.aws.mashable.com/cms/2017/8/098e84db-36f6-a15a/mp4/1080.mp4″},{“file”:”https://vdist.aws.mashable.com/cms/2017/8/098e84db-36f6-a15a/mp4/720.mp4″},{“file”:”https://vdist.aws.mashable.com/cms/2017/8/098e84db-36f6-a15a/mp4/480.mp4″}]},”options”:{“disableAds”:false,”disableSharing”:false,”nextupAction”:”autoplay”,”embedUrl”:”http://mashable.com/videos/blueprint:jznRD8RoxJ/embed/?player=offsite&utm_campaign=Mash-Prod-RSS-Feedburner-All-Partial&utm_cid=Mash-Prod-RSS-Feedburner-All-Partial”,”standaloneUrl”:null,”post”:{}},”advertising”:{“params”:{“keywords”:”tech,food,app,menu,food and drink,apps and software,secret menu”,”sec0″:null,”sec1″:””,”prc”:””}},”analytics”:{“labels”:”tech,food,app,menu,food and drink,apps and software,secret menu”,”videoSeriesName”:null}} More about Food, App, Menu, Food And Drink, and Apps And Software Read full story

Read More

Target won’t be adding Hampton Creek products back on its shelves

Target won’t be adding Hampton Creek products back on its shelves

 Despite clearance from the Food and Drug Administration earlier this month, Target has decided to terminate its relationship with beleaguered food startup Hampton Creek. Target pulled all 20 Hampton Creek products from its shelves two months ago, including its original “Just Mayo” eggless mayonnaise spread and held an internal review of the startup after it was notified of… Read More Read full story

Read More

The New York Times has recognized that it did not discover bubble tea

The New York Times has recognized that it did not discover bubble tea

That boba in your tea? It’s, uh, been there for a while. The New York Times issued a revision Thursday after publishing a bizarre article Wednesday about bubble tea called “Those Blobs In Your Tea? They’re Supposed To Be There.” The article itself wasn’t much better, implying that boba — a popular beverage stateside for years — has finally hit it big in the United States. (The headline was changed several times before the follow-up was published, and the story heavily edited.)  SEE ALSO: If your pancakes aren’t in the…

Read More

The PancakeBot is here to take your breakfast to the next level

The PancakeBot is here to take your breakfast to the next level

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. What if I told you that you could design something on the computer and then eat that design in pancake form? No, it’s not some dream project of the future, but a real gadget that exists right now. SEE ALSO: A Death Star waffle maker: May the fork be with you Prepare for some seriously epic Sunday brunches, because the PancakeBot makes it possible to essentially 3D print your own pancake designs at…

Read More

McDonald’s Korea has molten chocolate pie and I’m so jealous I can’t breathe

McDonald’s Korea has molten chocolate pie and I’m so jealous I can’t breathe

I’ve never looked at McDonald’s regular Apple Pies with such disdain. Because over in South Korea, Instagrammers are smugly posting pictures and videos of their latest treat — oozy molten chocolate pies that just debuted this week. It’s so unfair. A post shared by PopKimchi 波波泡菜日記 (@popkimchi_mag) on Aug 15, 2017 at 3:16am PDT SEE ALSO: McDonald’s unveils Minions-themed menu, and nope, nope, nope, nope, nope McDonald’s Korea calls this taste explosion the Rich Chocolate Pie, and it’s priced at $1.80 (2,000 Won). Naturally, social media has been flooded in…

Read More

If you didn’t know what goes into oyster farming, watch this

If you didn’t know what goes into oyster farming, watch this

When it comes to eating oysters, the journey from the ocean to your table is one that requires a wealth of skills, training, and attention.   Hana Nelson of Afishionado Fishmongers in Halifax, Nova Scotia, knows first hand how much work goes into raising these oysters for market.     “It’s pretty incredible what farmers have to do and how much work it is to get these little guys to market and keep them alive,” says Nelson. “Some oyster farmers say that an oyster that they have on their farm they’ve personally touched at least…

Read More