WEEK IN REVIEWS – 4/30/2016

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Here are a few product reviews posted this week from other blogs we follow.

I didn’t love it or hate it and feel it didn’t do enough to sway my opinion to consider it a standout ingredient to base an entire sandwich around.(via Grub Grade)

It was interwoven into the cracker nicely, and the little wheat threads scratched my tongue all over, causing the fire of the Sriracha to really take hold.(via Junk Food Guy)

The berries themselves are of the typical dried variety, and intermittently and unevenly sprinkled through out – some wafers were sans berries, others where blue enough from berries to look almost like a flattened Smurf.(via What’s Good at Trader Joe’s)

Exactly 50% more cocoa, eh? Alright, if you say so: I better go 50% more cuckoo for these.(via Cerealously)

Taste the patriotism!(via Sometimes Foodie)

For one reason or another the combination of corn tortilla chips, and sriracha’s slightly spicy, slightly sweet, and extra garlicky flavor notes always make us think of other tortilla chip flavors that already existed prior to SRIRACHA EVERYTHING – flavors like sweet & spicy chili, or sweet chili & red pepper.(via Chip Review)

WEEK IN REVIEWS – 3/26/2016

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Here are a few product reviews posted this week from other blogs we follow.

For the first time, my crispy potatoes were actually crispy, so that’s a plus. Unfortunately (or fortunately, if you’re potato happy), the potato-to-egg ratio tilted notably towards the potato side.(via Brand Eating)

There’s something about carnivorously devouring cereal smileys that’s sadistically satisfying. It’s probably the fact that these faces tend to be nightmarishly creepy, so pulverizing them with a molar guillotine feels like I’m doing the world a service.(via Cerealously)

Spoiler alert: These spirally noodles taste 100% identical to black beans. I mean, perhaps a little beanier, in some ways, because there’s probably some magical ratio of 10 beans to each one noodle.(via What’s Good at Trader Joe’s)

The flavor is called hazelnut, but what’s most interesting about the picture on the package, is that it features feuilletine along with some hazelnuts. Even if you don’t recognize the word feuilletine, you’ve probably had a version of it before.(via Candy Blog)

I twisted the cap off and the liquid inside smelled like piña colada, bubble gum, and artificial sweetener. Instant regret.(via Sometimes Foodie)