Traveling foodie? These are the top five big trends to look out for in 2019. Chef Battle surveyed 500 chefs from around the United States to determine the top food fad predictions for 2019.
Already seen in food fads like kombucha and kimchi, fermentation is only expected to rise in popularity in the coming year. While you might be tempted to make your own kombucha at home, you’ll want to take the proper precautions to ensure you’re doing it right.
Plant-based diets are already popular, but plants are becoming a big deal for even those who don’t dedicate their entire diets to leafy greens. More brands are coming up with solutions for creating meat alternatives that taste, look and feel like the real thing, without sacrificing quality, for an appealing option for both herbivores and carnivores.
This one might not be an ingredient you’ve seen on many menus, but the surveyed chefs see it as a big player in the upcoming year. Watercress is a vitamin-packed green, similar to spinach; its great versatility and health value make it a popular choice for new menus.
While seafood is hardly anything new, consumption is on the rise and that will show when it comes to more casual dining options. No more will you have to go to a fine-dining restaurant to enjoy scallops and lobster. Chefs predict more seafood will make its way onto quick-service menus for diners who want to enjoy seafood for a better price at a convenient speed.
Lastly, chefs predict allergen-safe foods will become more mainstream, as more individuals uncover an aversion to common ingredients ranging from peanuts to dairy, gluten to soy. New technology makes it possible to create the foods we all love without the side effects we don’t.
The internet is teeming with countless listicles that advise you on what to pack for your next vacation, especially when it comes to products to help you stay safe and healthy while miles away from home. But there are some medical products you might not really need, despite the overflow of suggestions.
Once business concludes, a world of wonder awaits in many of Italy’s incredible cities.
While the snow continued to fall at a steady clip, my taxi pulled up outside Hotel Bonaventure Montréal. A quick departure from my cab and a few steps later, I was taken in by the distinctive style of the entrance corridor. A quick elevator ride to the lobby is necessary because Hotel Bonaventure Montréal sits on the final two floors of a 17-story business and professional complex. The hotel is located in the heart of downtown Montréal, and even connects to the city’s underground concourse.
We can see it now and remember when it happened to us: Watching as the black car icon loops around and around, seemingly endlessly, and our wait time on the rideshare app continually changes. Long wait times and confused drivers are just a few bothersome issues that can nag at rideshare users. Need a solution? Ditch rideshares altogether in favor of renting a car on your next trip.
The Danakil Depression has been described as hell on Earth. Considered the hottest place on the planet, the nightmare conditions of the Depression led to some incredibly fascinating formations. If you can withstand the climate, it offers a unique adventure few have ever seen.