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One of the all-time worst trends to come out of food fairs is fried fare that has no business being fried. From Brooklyn's Smorgasbord to the Texas State Fair, quick, tasty finger food is the name of the game. Can we let you in on a little industry secret? By signing up, I agree to the Terms & to receive emails from POPSUGAR. How about that horrible year that everyone was “eating for the Insta”? They've been especially trendy when pegged to a holiday, but consider this your permission to start employing the trend year round—with whatever food you want. Nut butters beyond cashew, almond, and peanut (hello, macadamia) and even chickpea butters (no, it’s not a new name for hummus).”. According to Today, “Non-alcoholic bars are popping up all across the country and zero-proof concoctions with delicious juice and tea blends may become just as popular as a glass of wine when it comes to unwinding after work.” Hmm.
I gotta hand it to some of these hipsters companies for making use of literal trash and attempting to turn it into something trendy. Another year, another bout of really f*cking stupid food trends on the horizon. Italians might scoff at the sight of this on a trends list considering it's a century-old Roman cooking method that produces lighter, fluffier, and marginally healthier pizza (it's easier to digest due to the rice, soy, and wheat flours used). Lest we forget the year that cauliflower took over the world in the form of rice, pizza, mashed potatoes, and any other carb that brought us joy. San Francisco's Montesacro, which claims to be America's original pinseria, seems to be attempting a cross-country takeover (and fans aren't mad about it). Although most of our parents’ generation was all about styrofoam and like, destroying the planet, millennials are clearly here to save the day with zero-waste food taking a firm grip in our collective food culture in 2o20.