Or maybe just toss out the word “testicles” altogether. I’m not a food marketer, I am a snackologist, so it’s not my job to decide whether or not a major restaurant chain should plaster pictures of what still looks like a pair of evacuated testes all over the outside of its establishments. My job is to observe this and then pull over to judge the resulting product. … [Read more...] about Snacktaku Nibbles On Taco Bell’s Fried Cap’n Crunch Balls
Despite attempts by Cadbury to sabotage its own greatness with strange sizes and questionable offshoots, the Cadbury Creme Egg remains one of my deepest and most abiding snack loves. It’ll never be the same again, but every bite is filled with decades of fond(ant) memories. … [Read more...] about Cadbury Creme Eggs: The Snacktaku Review
It still tastes just the same, which means Cadbury is not one of those daring candy companies — not in this case, at least. Instead, they are willing to give up a portion of their power so that people like me don't have to fill their freezer with discount post-Easter Cadbury Creme Eggs. … [Read more...] about Candy Corn Oreos and Pumpkin Spice Kisses: It’s the Snacktaku Halloween Variety Spooktacular!
Launched in the UK and briefly available in Canada, Pizza Hut's hot dog stuffed crust pizza is a legend in my stomach, spoken of in hushed, reverent tones. I've seen the other crazy Pizza Hut international creations—hamburger crush, chicken sandwich crust, etc.—but none have captured my imagination as much as this has. The only way I could imagine improving upon this is to make the crust pretzel bread. … [Read more...] about Snacktaku Special Report: Five Snacks I Must Eat in 2013
The Verdict When the world hears the word "Oreo" it's more than just string of syllables indicating a popular cookie. The Oreo is an ideal. It's the heart of a belief system. It's the basis for an ice cream flavor. It's the dark crumbs in the teeth of a smile pondering the greatest of humanity's progress since the beginning of history. … [Read more...] about Golden Oreos: The Snacktaku Review