2022: Year in Food

TikTok once again set food trends real (butter boards) and fake (no, people were not actually making NyQuil chicken). We said farewell to our beloved Choco Tacos, and hi to McDonald's Happy Meals for grownups. Salad dressing made a surprise appearance in the story of a dramatic celebrity split, and lettuce may have contributed to the downfall of the British government. And there was consternation over Swedish folks' attitudes to feeding their houseguests.

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2022: Year in Food
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    From Nyquil Chicken to the Lettuce that Outlasted a Prime Minister

    10 Foods We Lost in 2022

    10 Foods We Lost in 2022

    Yes, we're still mourning the discontinued Choco Taco. In many ways, 2022 was a year of great loss. We took our last enthusiastic bites of burgers, …

    We’re Always Falling for Fake Food Stunts

    We’re Always Falling for Fake Food Stunts

    Eater - Bettina Makalintal

    Last week, the Food and Drug Administration issued a warning: Don’t cook your chicken in NyQuil. This needed to be said, according to the FDA, because of a “recent social media video challenge,” presumably linked to TikTok. The sheer absurdity of this announcement — of course you shouldn’t cook your …

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