We Tried The New McDonald’s Donut Sticks

From Food Insider. On Wednesday, February 20, McDonald’s released their first breakfast-only McCafé bakery item: Donut Sticks. Donut Sticks are served until 10:30 a.m. and will only be available for a limited time. McDonald’s says they are “deep-fried sticks of dough, coated with cinnamon sugar,” and have an average national price of about $1.69 for…

How PEZ Is Made

From Food Insider. PEZ candies were created over 90 years ago They’ve been manufactured in the same factory since the early 1970s in Orange, Connecticut. We got rare access inside to learn how PEZ is made. Following is a transcript of the video:  Narrator: Recognizable for their brick shape and fun dispensers, PEZ is an…

The Best Pasta In Brooklyn | Legendary Eats

From Food Insider. Michelin-star chef Missy Robbins is famous for her homemade pasta that she makes fresh every day in her two Brooklyn restaurants. Aly Weisman and food blogger, Foodie Magician, visit the newest restaurant, Misi, where Robbins teaches them how to cook and prepare pasta. More from Misi: https://www.instagram.com/misinewyork/ More from FoodieMagician-: https://www.instagram.com/foodiemagician/ MORE…

We Tried The World’s Most Expensive Big Mac

From Food Insider. Senior Video Correspondent Graham Flanagan visited a McDonald’s in Zürich, Switzerland to try the world’s highest-priced Big Mac. The burger goes for 6.50 Swiss francs, which comes out to around $6.63. He also sampled some unique menu items that you can’t get in the United States, such as the Quinoa Curry, the…

How Is McDonald’s Different In Switzerland?

From Food Insider. Senior Video Correspondent Graham Flanagan visited a McDonald’s in Zürich, Switzerland to try the world’s highest-priced Big Mac. The burger goes for 6.50 Swiss francs, which comes out to around $6.63. He also sampled some unique menu items that you can’t get in the United States, such as the Quinoa Curry, the…

16-Pound Tsukemen Ramen Challenge With Strictly Dumpling

From Food Insider. TabeTomo in New York City is home to the Megamori XL Challenge, the biggest bowl of tsukemen ramen. Chef Tomotsugu Kubo shows INSIDER’s Herrine Ro and Strictly Dumpling’s Mike Chen how the ramen is made. Mike then attempts to finish the challenge. For more videos of Mike, visit: https://www.facebook.com/strictlydumpling/ https://www.youtube.com/user/strictlydumpling —————————————————— #Ramen…

16-Pound Tsukemen Ramen Challenge With Strictly Dumpling | Can We Finish It?

From Food Insider. TabeTomo in New York City is home to the Megamori XL Challenge, the biggest bowl of tsukemen ramen. Chef Tomotsugu Kubo shows INSIDER’s Herrine Ro and Strictly Dumpling’s Mike Chen how the ramen is made. Mike then attempts to finish the challenge. For more videos of Mike, visit: https://www.facebook.com/strictlydumpling/ https://www.youtube.com/user/strictlydumpling —————————————————— #Ramen…

How This Small Shop Makes 5 Million Pretzels Per Year

From Food Insider. Revonah Pretzels in Hanover, PA makes 5 million pretzels per year. They hand-make pretzels in house and offer free tours to the public. You can see all steps of the process and also taste samples. Start for free at https://turbotax.intuit.com/ —————————————————— #Shop #Pretzels #FoodInsider INSIDER is great journalism about what passionate people…

How Is McDonald’s Different In Sweden?

From Food Insider. How is McDonald’s different in Sweden? We visited an outlet in Stockholm to try Sweet Potato Fries, Falafel and the McVegan. The burger contains a meatless soy patty and special vegan McFeast sauce. The McVegan was developed in 2017 by Orkla in Malmö, Sweden . The soy patty includes tomato, onion and…

What Street Foods Look Like Around The World

From Food Insider. Travel around the world as we feature some of the most decadent, savory, and eccentric street foods from 15 different countries. From delicious elotes on the streets of Mexico to crispy scallion pancakes sizzling all over China, we’ll feature plenty of street food favorites from local vendors around the world. Special Thanks:…