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18:54  29 july  2020
18:54  29 july  2020 Source:   thedailymeal.com

Shake Shack reveals how to make its iconic cheese sauce at home

  Shake Shack reveals how to make its iconic cheese sauce at home That cheese sauce that's half the reason you even order those amazing fries at Shake Shack is now something you can recreate at home. On May 11, the burger chain posted a video on Twitter and Facebook featuring its culinary director Mark Rosati that revealed the ingredients and step-by-step instructions on how to make this cult favorite fast food menu item. Restaurant Secrets Every Home Cook Should Know The beginning of the video lists everything you'll need, which include American cheese, cheddar cheese, jalapeños, onions and heavy cream as the main ingredients.

Earlier this week, a Reddit user shared a picture of a food combination that was simultaneously hailed as one of the pinnacles of human achievement (well, somebody wrote "OMG yum!" which… close enough) and derided as being "a monstrosity" and "too far."

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The photo, which was posted on a subreddit for, uh, let's say “amateur-ish” food pics, showed a pizza crust that had been topped with a thick layer of Fruity Pebbles cereal and then drizzled with either vanilla icing or a sweet frosting. ("Yabba Dabba Don't," one of the top comments said). If you're interested in bringing this unorthodox combo into your own kitchen, you'll have to make it yourself—and you'll also have to brace for the possibility that your friends and family may be so disgusted, they'll refuse to speak to you for several days.

How to get free Taco Bell

  How to get free Taco Bell Taco Tuesday is always worth celebrating, but that's especially true this week, thanks to Taco Bell. Fast Food Copycat Recipes for Chipotle, Taco Bell and More The fast food chain is offering a free $5 Chalupa Cravings Box to app users — both new and existing — who order ahead and pick up at a participating Taco Bell Tuesday, June 30. The box includes a Chalupa Supreme, a Beefy 5-Layer burrito, a Crunchy Taco, Cinnamon Twists and a medium drink. The only thing missing is the perfect margarita. But that's not all for fast food fans. Taco Bell also announced it’s rolling out a new loyalty program that allows fans to earn points for ordering through the app.

But another cereal-based mashup promises to be more universally appealing, and more widely available too. On Tuesday, Post Consumer Brands and Dunkin' announced that they had collaborated on a pair of cereals based on two of Dunkin's most popular coffee drinks. Post Dunkin' Caramel Macchiato is a mix of sweet cereal and caramel-swirled marshmallows, while Post Dunkin' Mocha Latte combines chocolatey cereal and latte-flavored marshmallows. (And yes, both versions contain "very small amounts" of caffeine; Post says that it's the equivalent of 1/10 of a cup of coffee.)

Dunkin's Caramel Macchiato and Mocha Latte are now in cereal form. © Post Consumer Brands Dunkin's Caramel Macchiato and Mocha Latte are now in cereal form.

“Dunkin’ coffee is a daily ritual for Americans, and we’re excited to be partnering with them to indulge their fans’ coffee cravings," Josh Jans, Brand Manager of Cereal Partnerships at Post Consumer Brands, said in a statement. "Getting the flavor right on our new cereals was a top priority, and we think we’ve nailed the rich, smooth and creamy taste.”

Dunkin' was equally as delighted by these new breakfast (or lunch, or dinner) offerings. "For our fans who already start their days with Dunkin’, this gives them another way to experience their favorite flavors,” Brian Gilbert, Dunkin's Vice President of Retail Business Development, said. “The Post Cereals team has done an excellent job of paying homage to the Caramel Macchiato and Mocha Latte with these new cereals. We can’t wait to see how customers enjoy them.”

The Dunkin' cereals are expected to roll out to supermarkets in August. If you're really curious about when and where you can get your hands on one of those signature orange boxes, you can check product availability on the Dunkin' Cereal website. And if, for some reason, you decide to top a pizza with either flavor, it's probably for the best if you keep that information to yourself.

This Pizza Dough Is Being Recalled For Containing Razor Blades .
Hannaford Supermarkets in Maine and New Hampshire recently notified customers about tampering involving razor blades in Portland Pie pizza products.The Scarborough, Maine-based grocery store chain has now doubled down on warnings to consumers about all Portland Pie products being potentially tampered with metal objects. On Oct. 11, the supermarket announced that it has since removed all products produced by the local craft pizza maker from its shelves and has halted replenishment indefinitely. (Related: 100 Unhealthiest Foods on the Planet.

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