All Posts By Amy Reiter

Amy Reiter is a writer and editor based in New York. Her work has appeared in publications including The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Daily Beast, Glamour and Marie Claire, as well as Salon, where she was a longtime editor and senior writer. In addition to contributing to FN Dish, she blogs for Food Network’s Healthy Eats.

These Temporary Tattoos of Herbs Are Scented

by in News, June 21st, 2017

These Temporary Tattoos of Herbs Are ScentedParsley, sage, rosemary and thyme are not only herbs you keep in your kitchen spice drawer and lyrics you sing in the shower (Are you going to Scarborough Fair?). They’re also artful temporary tattoos you can wear on your arm. In fact, you can wear them wherever you like. Oh, and also? They’re scented.

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It Turns Out That Coffee Drinkers Get a Pre-Workout Caffeine Boost, Too

by in News, June 20th, 2017

It Turns Out That Coffee Drinkers Get a Pre-Workout Caffeine Boost, TooThose of us who are big-time coffee guzzlers probably don’t need another reason to indulge in our favorite beverage, but science has given us one anyway.

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You Can Eat Light-Up Cotton Candy at the Most-Magical Place on Earth

by in News, June 18th, 2017

You Can Eat Light-Up Cotton Candy at the Most-Magical Place on EarthWhat’s more delightful and decadent than eating cotton candy? How about eating light-up cotton candy? It may sound like magical thinking, but it’s actually a real and available food for sale at the Magic Kingdom.

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Carrot Lattes Are Pretty Much What They Sound Like

by in News, June 15th, 2017

Carrot Lattes Are Pretty Much What They Sound LikeYou may have concluded that, when an Australian coffee shop brought us avocado lattes the other week, the land down under had reached its coffee-poured-into-produce limit. Turns out, its baristas were just getting started.

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Lady Gaga and Starbucks Spread Kindness Cup by Cup

by in News, June 14th, 2017

Lady Gaga and Starbucks Spread Kindness Cup by CupLady Gaga and Starbucks have embarked on a new romance that seems more good than bad. The pop star and the coffee purveyor have teamed up to spread kindness cup by cup.

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Someone Has Made an Edible Fidget Spinner

by in News, June 14th, 2017

Someone Has Made an Edible Fidget SpinnerOur collective appetite for fidget spinners is so great that it was probably only a matter of time before someone made an edible version of the ultra-trendy, purportedly stress-reducing toy. You can now get a fully functioning fidget spinner that’s actually a tasty-looking cookie.

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Everything at This Bodega Is Made of Felt

by in News, June 13th, 2017

Everything at This Bodega Is Made of FeltAt the felt bodega 8 ‘till late, which recently opened at the New York City hotel The Standard, High Line, and runs until the end of the month, a visitor may feel like a kid in a candy store. In fact, there is a colorful array of candies on display — SweeTarts, Swedish Fish, Bit-O-Honey, and Blow Pops, just to name a few — along with sodas, sausages, cereals and myriad other products. But here’s the thing: None of the delicious-looking products are actually edible … because they’re all made out of felt, hand-stitched to look just like the real thing.

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Pink Pineapples Are the Prettiest Things You’ll See All Day

by in News, June 12th, 2017

Pink Pineapples Are the Prettiest Things You'll See All DayIf you’ve ever said to yourself, “Hey, that pineapple looks great, but I wonder if it comes in another color,” the moment you have been waiting for has arrived. The world has brought you pink pineapples.

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Teeny Tiny Avocados Are Made for Solo Snackers

by in News, June 8th, 2017

The question raised by Trader Joe’s latest (rather cute) produce innovation is this: Have we been waiting all our lives for miniature, single-serving avocados?

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People Swear Charcoal Lattes Are Delicious

by in News, June 8th, 2017

People Swear Charcoal Lattes Are DeliciousRemember when charcoal was just a thing you used to heat your backyard grill? Then it became a trendy cocktail ingredient, rendering boozy beverages fashionably black. Soon your local barista may be handing it to you in your morning coffee cup.

Charcoal Lattes, using activated charcoal, are a thing in Europe and Asia, the New York Daily News reports. The images of the drink have been burning up social media, which had prompted speculation that America’s time will come. That time, in fact, may be now — as Chicago’s Werewolf Coffee Bar seems to have picked up on the trend.

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