Food and Drink
I don't live near any of these restaurants, but if I did, I might spring for a bite or two of all but the last two.
With instructions on how to make your own at home.
A lot of fine choices on this list.
That's it? That's all they needed to reverse their serious decline?
(If so, why didn't they figure it out sooner?)
In the past decade, sales of the humble Oreo are up 60 percent, passing $2.5 billion a year. Its success defies two major food-world trends: toward the healthy and unprocessed, and toward the pumped-up and Xtreme. Somehow, this ancient brand has taken off in its second century.
In my humble opinion it should always be the year of the bagel.
Highly recommended. Tasty, satisfying, and even including the dressing supposedly just 220 calories.
If you'd rather make it at home, here's a recipe.
I wasn't overly concerned, but I was still glad to read this.
Related: "Don't believe that viral Diet Coke infographic".