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Starbucks Drops Its Version of Bubble Tea for the First Time in the U.S.

While boba is typically known for its chewy, tapioca pearls, the chain’s version includes popping, juice-filled ones.

How to Make Exactly One Cupcake from a Box of Cake Mix

Swap the egg for this secret pantry ingredient.

Jif Unveils Its First Big Product Innovation in 10 Years

Chocolate lovers may be especially excited.

Dolly Parton Keeps the Food Coming With Krispy Kreme Collab

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After a string sweet partnerships, the country icon is now bringing her Southern flare to doughnuts.

Uber’s New Student Membership Program Makes Delivery Deals Sweeter

College students can get discounts on spots like Starbucks, Domino’s and Taco Bell.

McDonald’s New McFlurry Is Inspired by Grandmas

The chain says it’s sweet “just like grandma.”

The ‘Secret’ That Made Big Ed’s Taco Pasta Spicy

We sat down with 90 Day Fiancé’s Ed Brown to learn more about his infamous recipe – and the candy he melts into his other signatur …

Erewhon Smoothies Just Got Pricier

Kendall Jenner’s new peachy, probiotic-packed smoothie is going for $23, with proceeds going toward charitable organization Good S …

Red Lobster Closes Dozens of Restaurants Across U.S.

The seafood chain is shutting down locations in 27 states.

My New Favorite Cocktail Has Grilled Banana In It

The flavors of a negroni meet bananas foster. Here’s how to make it at home.

Pringles Ventures Out of Its Iconic Can

Plus, it’s introducing flavors you won’t see coming.

Your Favorite Sriracha Could Be in Short Supply All Summer

Huy Fong Foods is having problems with its peppers.

Martinelli’s Recalls Nearly 25,000 Cases of Apple Juice

Testing found one lot of juice contained elevated levels of inorganic arsenic.

Starbucks Drops Its Version of Bubble Tea for the First Time in the U.S.

While boba is typically known for its chewy, tapioca pearls, the chain’s version includes popping, juice-filled ones.

This Month, You Won’t Have To Pick through Lucky Charms Just for the Marshmallows

The cereal’s “Just Magical Marshmallows” pouches are having a limited release once again.

7 Restaurant Freebies and Deals for the Teachers in Your Life

Teacher Appreciation Week falls on May 6 through 10 this year.

Is It Really So Bad to Put Your Knives in the Dishwasher?

We asked the professionals the best ways to keep sharp blades sparkling clean.

It Was Only a Matter of Time Before Velveeta Started Making Its Own Queso

For those who are less patient, the queso-iconic brand is launching ready-to-eat jars.

Jif Unveils Its First Big Product Innovation in 10 Years

Chocolate lovers may be especially excited.

How to Make Exactly One Cupcake from a Box of Cake Mix

Swap the egg for this secret pantry ingredient.

Taco Bell’s Nacho Fries Are Back With a Bold Upgrade

The fan-favorite menu item is coming back April 25. This time, the chain is teaming up with beloved hot sauce brand Secret Aardvar …

‘Zero Sugar’ Ginger Ale Recalled Because It’s Full of Sugar

PepsiCo is voluntarily recalling 233 cases of Schweppes Zero Sugar Ginger Ale.

Would You Recognize the Smell of McDonald’s Fries Anywhere?

The chain wanted to see if it could advertise with scent alone.

Dr Pepper’s New Creamy Coconut Flavor Is Sunshine in a Can

The brand says it’s the only coconut-cream-flavored dark soda on shelves.

Barbecue Sauce Gets the Barbie Treatment

The vegan mayo-barbecue sauce mashup is Barbie pink.

Starbucks’ Refreshers Just Got Hotter

We got an advance taste of all three “swicy” lemonade-based sips.

How a Vietnamese Bakery Started by Refugees Became a New Orleans Destination

By: Patty Lee

On the outskirts of The Big Easy, people will line up down the highway for Dong Phuong Bakery’s king cakes and more.