The New York Fancy Food may be a misnomer in its estimation of the foo-foo-ness of the merchandise on display, but it sure doesn't skim on the sheer quantity of edibles. Every summer, New York City's Javits Center is packed to the brim with vendors and food producers—over 2400 of them—from lands near and far seeking press attention, sales distribution, and general awareness of the foods and drinks they have to offer to the world.
It's road trip time. You've packed up the car, filled bags with entertainment to keep the kids busy, and built the perfect playlist—but don't forget the snacks! Avoid making tons of stops on the way by keeping everyone well-fed on the go. Make these treats for a happy and flavorful car ride (minus the gas station bags of chips) with our guide to all things snacking.
In the great canon of chips, Pringles hold a very special place. Not quite potato chips, but not tortilla chips or anything else really, they reside in a class all their own. First appearing in the 1960s, they've stood the test of time, thanks to their incredibly satisfying and addictive crunch, and also, their seemingly endless array of flavors.
It’s travel season, and the last thing you want to do is stop at a fast food joint every time hunger strikes during your drive. Save your money for fun activities and fancy feasts once you get to your destination, and pack these simple, road-ready snacks ahead of time. You can whip any of these up in just a few minutes, and these easy travel snacks are customizable to your fellow car-mates’ food preferences. Get packing, your trip awaits.
Doritos are already known for being one of the most snackable snack items on the market. Whether you're into Nacho Cheese, classic Cool Ranch, or some of the spicier varieties, it near impossible—to borrow a phrase from one of Doritos' Frito-Lay sister brands—to eat just one. But Doritos' latest release may be the exception to that rule.
It’s amazing that kids can get through the school year with just two snacks a day. They somehow manage to stay totally full and focused from music class to recess, with just a couple of snack breaks. But suddenly, summer comes around and day camps plan for four (or more) snacks a day. Plus, you need backups on hand for that period of time between pickup and when dinner hits the table.