Our search for the nation's best restaurants revealed far more than the Hot 10--like croissants gone wild and a tropical wallpaper boom. Here's a look at the coolest, tastiest trends we uncovered in 2015.
With fashion, color trends are at long last shifting from the bright and bold and soft pastel to a muted mix that lands a bit in between: mustard yellow, toned down orange, and navy blue, along with what's already arrived in full force, olive green.
It's a mantra we swear by: Just add salt. But seriously, you'd be surprised how much a dash or a sprinkle can totally transform the taste of the fruits you eat every day. Here, nine fruits that prove the deliciousness of this salty-sweet combo.
When you hear "food trend," do you think kale and bacon, or fondue and Tang? Turns out, our love affair with fads is as old as America's culinary history itself. Here, the passing trends that were once the kale of their time.
Pizza, like all great foods, can be nutritious if we choose for it to be healthful. With a few small modifications both to nutrition and lifestyle, we truly can transform the menu with all of the passion and none of the pounds.
Let's rethink your grocery list. Sure, you gulp bone broth by the gallon and eat kale like there's no tomorrow -- but the real nutritional powerhouses might just be the ones you haven't tried yet. Below, seven new superfoods to know, love, and juice.
Eight innkeepers and cookbook authors from across the country who (between them) have served over 184,200 breakfasts in their combined 150 years, shared some of the secrets to their success by revealing four breakfast trends every foodie will want to take note of.
When we noticed a bunch of gourmet products popping up with the legume-meets-cocoa flavor combo, we were wary... but thankfully wrong about those hesitations: The unique flavor combo is a winner. Check out a few of our favorite new buys.
Unless it's 1955, your name is Biff, and a 2015 version of you just handed you a sports almanac, you can't tell the future. But since it's the new year and we're curious about what'll be happening in the food world in 2015, we asked two people who have a really good idea.
Although the biggest food fad of the year 2000 might've been hoarding bottled water, the turn of the millennium held many more trends that are still relevant 15 years later, to both survivalists and not-crazy people alike.