Over 2.5 million YouTube followers and counting. Hannah Hart is a social media maven and has turned her love for meals into her newest present on Cooking Channel – I Hart Food – the place she travels the nation making an attempt out regional specialties. She stopped by Us Weekly’s studios in New York Metropolis and was sport to strive every little thing from Cheeto-flavored macarons to purple yam (also called ube) ice cream. Watch the video above to see what the Hannahlyze This podcast host needed to say in regards to the newest meals traits.
“I imply, I reside in Los Angeles. So, I believe no matter whether or not or not it’s intentional, I’m fairly beholden to traits,” the YouTube host advised Us. “If I’m going someplace, and all of a sudden there’s avocados on every little thing, I’m like, ‘Effectively, I suppose there’s avocados on every little thing.’”
First up, we had her strive dessert with a salty twist: Cheeto macarons from Macaron Parlour in New York Metropolis. This cookie really happened as a joke when the co-owner and chef, Christina Ha, ordered a cheese powder on-line that she was intrigued by. She didn’t know what to do with the intense orange powder that got here, however Halloween was proper across the nook, and he or she and husband, Simon Tung, determined to make Cheeto macarons to divulge to trick-or-treaters. They ended up being such a success, they turned a daily staple on the menu.
So, what did Hart consider the cheese-dusted French pastry? “I’m choosing up closely on notes of – it’s a macaron. With a slight aftertaste of: Is Cheeto? Wow. I imply, I’m not going to lie, the Cheeto mud may be the perfect half.”
Subsequent we had Hart strive an ice cream with a Southeast Asian origin: ube from Flip Sigi in New York Metropolis. She had solely optimistic issues to say in regards to the purple dessert: “I like ube. I like ube-flavored issues. I just like the style of precise issues, you recognize? We so usually have flavored issues that are supposed to style like one thing. However, I just like the style of the particular factor.”
Will the rosé all day pattern be right here to remain in 2018? We hope so. In line with our meals pattern professional, “Glowing rosé is tops.” She and Senior Reporter Travis Cronin shared a Martini & Rossi glowing rosé and agreed that Bloody Mary’s at brunch must be changed by a pleasant, gentle and refreshing rosé.
The ultimate pattern: poke bowls from NYC staple Seamore’s. “What I like about traits like this, is that it brings recent, wholesome meals to individuals who possibly wouldn’t essentially go and seize it as a result of they’re searching for one thing quick,” Hart stated.
Make sure to catch Hart on I Hart Food on Cooking Channel, and in her new podcast Hannahlyze This: The Self Help Podcast That Just Can’t Help Itself. For more information on each reveals, watch our unique interview within the video above.
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