50 Secrets Food Manufacturers Don’t Tell You That Could Change the Way You Eat Eye-opening insights from company executives, marketers, and food scientists into how your food is made and what you can do to eat better.
Chipotle: "Quesorito" The 8 wildest fast food secret menu items - #1 on the list! It’s actually a double secret menu item, because it includes two off-menu items. Three, it’s freakin’ delicious. It’s created by making a traditional quesadilla (a giant tortilla gets filled with cheese then pressed), but after it’s been pressed they’ll open it up and load it with all the fillings you want. Finally, it’s rolled up into the shape of a (giant) burrito.
Visit the Secret Lagoon and experience the rugged charm of an Icelandic open air bath, journey through the Golden Circle, enjoy a sampling of Icelandic food and the beautiful bright summer night in Iceland
NOT SO SECRET ANYMORE...The details of Union Fare's opening and very existence are all tightly under wraps.
You miraculously got a full eight hours last night and already downed your morning Starbucks. So why are you struggling to keep your eyes open? It could be what you had for breakfast. While certain foods ' sleep-promoting properties can be a lifesaver at 1 a.m., a brain that's primed for bedtime isn't exactly ideal at, say, your 2 p.m. meeting. Here are seven sneaky foods to watch out for. RELATED: 9 Things That Are Secretly Loading You Up with Sugar
The East is known for its great food and homely feel but only true Eastsiders know the secrets that Joo Chiat hides. #1 is an abandoned site open to the public!
Hamasaku Monja Kaikan - At machiya. Hamasaku is the place to start. This spacious second-floor joint is something of a local secret, with regulars streaming through the doors from early in the evening to sample authentic and delicious Machiya-style soul food. We have to admit that the taste rivals Tsukishima's gourmet creations, and at what prices: standard-sized servings start from ¥500 (restaurant occasionally doesn't open until 5pm)
Xi’an Famous Foods Patriarch Has Secretly Been Opening His Own Restaurants - Eater NYclockmenumore-arrow : The local noodle chain’s new dumpling restaurant is a result of some rogue experimentation