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Snack, where TikTok meets dating, gets $3.5 million in funding

After online dating’s tremendous 2020 growth that culminated in last week’s epic Bumble IPO, a new entrant has tossed its hat into the dating app ring. Snack, founded by Kimberly Kaplan, looks to merge the popularity and format of TikTok with the dating world. Kaplan hails from Plenty of Fish, where she was one of the earliest employees at the dating site. She led product, marketing and revenue and was on the executive team that eventually sold PoF to Match Group for $575 million in 2015. Kaplan...
Tags: Social, TC, Apps, Instagram, Tech, Snack, Match Group, Kaplan, Kindred Ventures, Bumble IPO, Kimberly Kaplan, Golden Ventures Garage Capital Panache Ventures


The Naked Truth

Whether you’re trying to woo over a new crush or romancing your soul mate, the best valentines are given naked. No, wait, don’t take that statement literally. DON’T strip down to your birthday suit without a clear invitation, and ideally, in private, please! What I meant to say is that you should give your lover your bare, unvarnished feelings, fully exposed and vulnerable. The greatest gift is the simple truth, which also happens to be what you’ll find the powdered peanut butter from Naked Nutr...
Tags: Food, Sweet, Peanut Butter, US, Baking, Chocolate, Healthy, Candy, Snack, Vegan, Don, Baking / Cooking, Hannah Kaminsky Cuisine, Tablespoons Coconut Oil Melted, Tablespoons Coconut Oil, Naked Nutrition Naked PB


Cornball Humor

Bestowing the title of “Crunchiest Snack Ever” on any single tidbit makes a big statement, especially when that honor comes from Whole Foods Magazine. While the exact criteria for judging such a lofty achievement remains undefined, the fact is that Love Corn is a resoundingly crisp, crackling, munchable savory treat. For something as simple as fresh corn, salt, and oil, these little morsels make a big impact. There’s no denying that signature crunchy texture, but the underlying flavor is just a...
Tags: Food, Recipe, Baking, Snack, Vegan, Mexican, Appetizer, Comfort Food, Wildwood, Cook Time, Ounce, Baking / Cooking, Teaspoon Salt, Teaspoons Baking Powder, Teaspoon Baking Soda, Hannah Kaminsky Cuisine


A Serious Queso the Munchies

February is upon us. Are you ready for some football?! Okay, me neither. I am, however, ready for an afternoon of entertaining commercials paired with some winning snacks. Who could pass up the opportunity to make a meal of chips, dips, and various fried delights? Combining those cravings into one compact comfort food canapé, I was inspired by the Twin Dragon Asian Wrapper Recipe Challenge to transform classic queso into easy, cheesy rangoons. Chips are merely crunchy vehicles for loading up o...
Tags: Food, Cook, Youtube, Cheese, Recipe, Super Bowl, Baking, Snack, Vegan, Cook Time, Queso, Air Fryer, Baking / Cooking, Hannah Kaminsky Cuisine, Ounce Nutrition Information, Tablespoon Lime Juice


Bedtime Story Plot Twist

How do you cope when you can’t sleep at night? Do you burrow deeper under the covers and count herds of sheep? Do you reach for your phone and scroll through social media feeds until your eyes can’t focus and the words all blur? Do you get out of bed to pull out a book, or binge-watch the latest trending series? Me? I head straight to the kitchen. I’m not looking for a midnight snack, though. The first thing I’ll grab is a bag of flour. While the world outside is dark and still, all I want to d...
Tags: Food, Bread, Recipe, Baking, Snack, Vegan, Side, Yeast, Buns, Aquafaba, Don, Cook Time, Baking / Cooking, Teaspoon Salt, Cup Granulated Sugar, Hannah Kaminsky Cuisine


Pepper-Upper

More than fresh produce, or lack thereof, warming spices define seasonal treats as we enter the winter months. Crystallized ginger dances in soft cookies sprinkled with cinnamon sugar, while nutmeg frosts the top of frothy eggnog glasses. Clove and allspice infuse warm pumpkin pies, but what about a flavor that will really spice things up? Sichuan peppercorns aren’t exactly a typical taste for the holidays, but considering their zest and uncanny ability to lift the spirits, they deserve a place ...
Tags: Food, US, Chinese, Baking, Spices, Orange Juice, Snack, Vegan, Sichuan, Nuts, Gluten-free, Cook Time, Baking / Cooking, Hannah Kaminsky Cuisine, Tablespoon Orange Zest, Green Sichuan


Lump Sum

The first time I heard the term “lumpia,” I thought it was a quirky insult. As in, “yo mama’s so lumpia…” and fill in the blank. The real insult is that lumpia aren’t well known throughout the US to begin with. Culinary trendsetters keep proclaiming that Filipino food will be the next big craze, year after year, but I just haven’t seen it take hold as promised. While you can’t walk a full city block without passing at least one pizza parlor or sushi bar, you’d be lucky to stumble across a single...
Tags: Food, Cook, California, US, San Francisco, Recipe, Restaurant, Baking, Starter, NICK, Snack, Vegan, Filipino, Appetizer, Reina, Cook Time


Respect Your Elders

Stay healthy. Take care. Be well.⁣ ⁣ These common refrains are easier said than done right now, and naturally, everyone’s looking for that magic bullet to protect themselves against illness. As with life, it’s about how the little things add up, rather than one big thing that will make all the difference. Elderberries offer an easy first step towards a stronger immune system, critical even when not facing a global pandemic. Studies have shown promising results in protection against bacterial and...
Tags: Wellness, Food, Egypt, Cookies, Baking, Dessert, Snack, Vegan, Cook Time, Quick Oats, Baking / Cooking, Teaspoon Salt, Teaspoon Ground Cinnamon, Hannah Kaminsky Cuisine, Tablespoons Olive Oil, Tablespoons Coconut Sugar


Taste the Rainbow with Popit!

Chia pudding is a perennial staple around here, appearing on the menu as breakfasts, snacks, lunches, and desserts alike. For a quick fix full of fiber, protein, and brain-boosting omega-3’s, the tiny seed just can’t be beat. Of course, plain old vanilla does get dull after so many big bowlfuls. That’s where a bit of meal planning wisdom comes in, with a bit of help from our friends at Popit! Big batch advanced prep is a big part of the appeal for chia pudding. Mix it up en masse, chill, and en...
Tags: Food, Recipe, Baking, Pudding, Healthy, Snack, Vegan, Dairy-free, Gluten-free, Meal Planning, Chia, Don, Carrot Cake, Meal Prep, Baking / Cooking, Cups Plain Non Dairy Milk


Muddy Buddies (AKA Puppy Chow)

Muddy Buddies are a simple 6-ingredient snack that takes no baking at all. Also known as “puppy chow”,  this will have everyone grabbing handfuls every time they walk by the bowl. Melting the chocolate chips and peanut butter together is where the magic happens. Once you do that simple step in this muddy buddy recipe,... Read More The post Muddy Buddies (AKA Puppy Chow) appeared first on All Things Mamma.
Tags: Peanut Butter, Parenting, Recipes, Chocolate, Dessert, Snack, After School Snack, Muddy Buddy, Muddy Buddies AKA Puppy Chow


Muddy Buddies

Muddy Buddies are a simple 6-ingredient snack that takes no baking at all. Also known as “puppy chow”,  this will have everyone grabbing handfuls every time they walk by the bowl. Melting the chocolate chips and peanut butter together is where the magic happens. Once you do that simple step in this muddy buddy recipe,... Read More The post Muddy Buddies appeared first on All Things Mamma.
Tags: Peanut Butter, Parenting, Recipes, Chocolate, Dessert, Snack, After School Snack, Muddy Buddy


Simple and Easy Homemade Chex Mix

Homemade Chex Mix is just about the easiest snack, ever. Not only does this homemade Chex mix recipe taste awesome for a lazy day snack, but it’s also a great homemade gift idea as well. Bake up some Chex mix in the oven and get ready to start snacking! (and you just might not want... Read More The post Simple and Easy Homemade Chex Mix appeared first on All Things Mamma.
Tags: Parenting, Recipes, Snack, Appetizers & Snacks, Pretzels, Chex Mix, After School Snack, Simple Snacks


Bite Me

In times of extreme stress or trauma, regression is a real concern. Young children run for cover under previously discarded blankies, while dogs can forget their training when nature calls indoors. Training wheels snap back onto bikes, lessons once mastered must be retaught. After so many steps forward, it’s time to take a few back. That very same impulse drives otherwise reasonable adults to abandon all pretense of balance and seek solace in the comforting foods embedded into happy childhood me...
Tags: Muffins, Uncategorized, Breakfast, Recipe, Baking, Chocolate, Dessert, Snack, Vegan, Cook Time, Cups All Purpose Flour, Teaspoon Salt, Teaspoons Baking Powder, Teaspoon Baking Soda, Teaspoon Apple Cider Vinegar, Hannah Kaminsky Cuisine


Bar None

As the antiquated idiom goes, when it rains, it pours. When in drought-stricken California however, what falls from the sky is not a deluge of precipitation, but of citrus. Yes, you heard me right: Fruit is showering the city streets at this very moment, heavy with juice and blown asunder by the most gentle gusts of wind. Every variety you can imagine, from the average lemon and lime to more exotic mandarins, yuzu, pomelo, even Buddha’s hand litter the pavement. Dash out for a quick walk around ...
Tags: Food, Cook, California, Recipe, Cookies, Baking, Bob, Meyer, Dessert, Lemon, Snack, Vegan, Buddha, Baking / Cooking, Teaspoon Salt, Teaspoon Ground Turmeric


The words of the day

The readers of newspapers will have noticed the deadening repetition of the same words (I don’t mean pandemic, virus, distance, or opening—those are probably unavoidable). No, everybody nowadays hunkers down (the activity formerly reserved for the greatest leaders at their secret meetings), while many admire Sweden, where people trust their government (the Swedish ambassador to the United States has even written an article about it for Los Angeles Times), and so forth. Hunkering down—yes, I unde...
Tags: Books, Featured, Sweden, United States, Language, Linguistics, Los Angeles Times, Snack, Snap, Sneak, Snip, ENGL, Oxford Etymologist, Anatoly Liberman, Word Origins, Snot


Toasted Coconut Chips in Under 10 Minutes

Toasted coconut chips are relatively healthy, insanely delicious, and totally addictive. If you like the store-bought kind, you will love this easy homemade sweet and salty version using unsweetened flaked coconut. You might see these at Trader Joe’s, sold as roasted coconut chips, or you may have encountered a version made by Dang sold at other grocery stores. On Amazon right now, it costs $2.26 an ounce for the Trader Joe’s chips (they are less in the store), $1.42 an ounce for Dang chips, an...
Tags: Amazon, Snacks, Baking, Snack, Joe, Coconut, Dang


Peanut Butter and Jelly Bars

Peanut Butter and Jelly Bars are a delicious spin on the classic PB&J sandwich. Made with items you already have on hand – peanut butter, butter, eggs, flour, sugar, and jelly – you can whip up this easy dessert bar anytime! These  Dessert Bars have all the familiar flavors of a classic peanut butter and jelly... Read On → The post Peanut Butter and Jelly Bars appeared first on All Things Mamma.
Tags: Desserts, Peanut Butter, Parenting, Snack, Jelly, Dessert Bars


See-Food

Cooking during quarantine has forced me to get a bit more creative than usual for my daily sustenance. All those years of looking for unconventional substitutes is paying off, in ways I could never expect. No more tomato paste? Well you’re in luck, because I just found a few packets of ketchup in my bag! Bottle of soy sauce ran dry? There’s miso for that! It’s also done wonders to clean out my stock of specialty goods, the rare, random oddities that caught my eye while shopping, but seemed too p...
Tags: Food, Bread, Recipe, Baking, Bob, Snack, Vegan, Appetizer, Cook Time, Meatless, Baking / Cooking, Teaspoon Salt, Hannah Kaminsky Cuisine, Tablespoons Aquafaba, Teaspoon Finely Minced Fresh Ginger, Tablespoon Soy Sauce


Distracted eating doesn’t necessarily mean you'll eat more

In both distracted and mindless eating people are eating while doing something else, and the food is secondary, and although used interchangeably, they're not the same. [Author: Dr. Ayala]
Tags: Health, Wellness, Food, Television, Nutrition, Obesity, Mindfulness, Weight-loss, Food And Drink, Calories, Snack, Healthy Lifestyle, Multitasking, Ayala, Dr. Ayala, Mindless Eating


Working for Peanuts

Grazing my way through the day, it can be hard to sit down to a proper meal. Time constraints often create an imposing barrier to reasonable meal prep, leaving me at the mercy of pantry when hunger strike. Granted, there are just as many instances where my only excuse is a basic, child-like craving for snack foods, conventional lunch or dinnertime fare be damned. For anyone else affected by these same cravings, take heart in knowing that you’re not alone, and that there is a cure. Peanut sadeko...
Tags: Food, Cook, Peanuts, Recipe, Baking, Starter, Healthy, Snack, Vegan, Appetizer, Easy, Cook Time, Baking / Cooking, Teaspoon Salt, Cloves Garlic Minced, Hannah Kaminsky Cuisine


Emergency Rations

Warranted or not, panic wrought by the coronavirus has spread to pandemic levels, faster than the illness itself. Food scarcity is a concern that most city dwellers have the luxury of ignoring, but suddenly doomsday preppers are wiping grocery shelves clear of dry beans, grains, and spices. It’s the end of days for the avid baker caught off guard. Surely it’s a temporary state of affairs, but when dire cravings strike, what’s one to do without easy access to ingredients previously taken for gran...
Tags: Food, Cook, Cookies, Baking, Chocolate, Dessert, Snack, Vegan, Cups All Purpose Flour, Baking / Cooking, Teaspoon Salt, Teaspoon Baking Soda, Hannah Kaminsky Cuisine, Cup Cocoa Powder, Cup Granulated Sugar Divided, Tablespoons Ground Flaxseeds


Distracted eating doesn’t necessarily make you'll eat more

In both distracted and mindless eating people are eating while doing something else, and the food is secondary, and although used interchangeably, they're not the same. [Author: Dr. Ayala]
Tags: Health, Wellness, Food, Television, Nutrition, Obesity, Mindfulness, Weight-loss, Food And Drink, Calories, Snack, Healthy Lifestyle, Multitasking, Ayala, Dr. Ayala, Mindless Eating


Udon of a New Day

Instant noodles are the staff of life. Globally, they sustain wild swaths of the population, satisfying picky children to discerning adults, proving a quick fix for the hapless homemaker and the harried office worker alike, fitting the bill for both impoverished college students and affluent entrepreneurs. Curly bricks of ramen, dried, fried noodles, make the world go round. There’s so much more to slurp, though, with considerably fresher appeal. Udon, thick as double-braided nylon rope, make ra...
Tags: Food, Japan, US, Recipe, Baking, Japanese, Snack, Vegan, Noodles, OXO, Fried, Cook Time, Noodle Club, Facebook Plus, Baking / Cooking, Hannah Kaminsky


Say Cheese!

Names, dates, phone numbers: my memory fails me on these specifics nine times out of ten, embarrassing me to no end when I’m introduced to the same person for the seventh time. The one birthday I will always remember, of all things, is for someone I’ve never even met. Amy, the inspiration for Amy’s Kitchen, shares my same birth year, making it even more astonishing to recognize over 30 years of vegetarian and vegan meals made available to the masses, all from such humble beginnings. Those frozen...
Tags: Food, Cheese, Recipe, Baking, Mac And Cheese, Snack, Vegan, Dairy-free, Appetizer, Amy, Comfort Food, Wilton, Cook Time, Baking / Cooking, Hannah Kaminsky Cuisine, Amy s Kitchen


Binge-Worthy

Curling up on the couch to watch big ticket movies on the small screen is quite arguably America’s favorite pastime. Theaters are hurting as ticket sales plummet and uneaten popcorn goes stale, but it’s hard to compete with the instant gratification of home viewing. “Netflix and chill” is more than a libidinous euphemism, but a genuinely innocent evening activity, as 158 million global subscribers would agree. Well, I don’t have a couch, nor a TV, but I do have a cozy queen-sized bed and fully c...
Tags: Reviews, Food, Review, America, Netflix, Ice Cream, Baking, Dessert, Snack, Vegan, Ben, Ben Jerry, Jerry, Ben & Jerry's, Chez Hannah


Air Fried Sweet Potato Fries

Sweet potato always goes on sale during the holidays season, so I bought a few to make my sweet potato pie and air fry sweet potato fries.  I am very much prefer the sweet potato than the potato... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] [Author: [email protected] (Little Corner of Mine)]
Tags: Food, Side dish, Snack, Vegetarian, Vegetable, Gluten Free, Finger Food, Sweet Potatoes, Air-fryer


Gula Melaka Coconut Sago Dessert

One of the Malaysian favorite dessert.  Sago/ tapioca pearls with coconut cream and gula Melaka. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] [Author: [email protected] (Little Corner of Mine)]
Tags: Food, Pudding, Dessert, Snack, Melaka, Coconut, Gula Melaka, Sago


Red White and Blue Trail Mix Recipe – A Patriotic Snack

For every patriotic holiday, or just when you are getting together to celebrate someone and their service to this country, make this festive red, white, and blue trail mix made with M&M’S® Peanut Red, White & Blue Candies. It is always a hit! This post has been sponsored by Mars Wrigley Confectionery. All thoughts and... Read On → The post Red White and Blue Trail Mix Recipe – A Patriotic Snack appeared first on All Things Mamma.
Tags: Desserts, Parenting, Lifestyle, Recipes, Snack, M&m's, Snack Mix


If it Ain’t Got That Spring, Then it Don’t Mean a Thing

Fleeting warm breezes tease on cool mornings, while sporadic rays of sun manage to break through cloud cover, gently kissing still frozen earth. Tempting, taunting, spring arrives in maddening snippets too short to savor at first. Right when you begin to peel back layers of heavy sweaters and fold up thick comforters, winter rages back in with a vengeance, more brutal than before, crystallizing budding sprouts into frosted popsicles or piling on a fresh coat of ice, depending on your locale. Eve...
Tags: Food, Recipe, Baking, Healthy, Dip, Snack, Vegan, Mother Nature, Appetizer, Don, Baking / Cooking, Cloves Garlic Minced, Barcelona Restaurant, Servings Pea Leaf Cazuela Print Embrace, Tablespoons Olive Oil, Teaspoons Ground Cumin


In Crust We Trust

In a rapidly changing world, there are certain constants we can take depend on. Mathematically speaking, we have Euler’s number, Archimedes’ principle, and the Pythagorean theorem, of course, but for someone as nonacademic as myself, there’s little comfort to be found in such jumbles of numbers, no matter how concrete in concept. Pie, on the other hand, immediately soothes the mental strain of of the scholarly and simple-minded alike. Also reliable is the knowledge that Pi Day will always fa...
Tags: Food, Sweet, Recipe, Fruit, Baking, Pie, Dessert, Snack, Vegan, Pastry, Euler, Baking / Cooking, Teaspoon Ground Cinnamon, Hannah Kaminsky Cuisine, Teaspoon Vanilla Extract, Medium Granny Smith Apples Peeled Cored