TikTok Ramen Recipe Uses Brown Sugar, Bagel Seasoning, and an Egg

Welcome once again to another TikTok food trend! The app has become famous for its viral dance sensations, lip-synch icons, clothing hacks, and now, food trends. The latest sensation sweeping TikTok involves food that just about everyone keeps in their pantry: ramen noodles. Whether you’re eating for lunch, a snack, or breakfast, we have the scoop on how to make the TikTok ramen recipe

There are many variants of the TikTok ramen recipe — even one shared by Kylie Jenner.

While the exact details of its popularity are murky, fans of the platform will notice that ramen, like many other viral TikTok hacks, is pretty easy to obtain. Whipped coffee and the jalapeño challenge both involved snacks that were readily available (instant coffee, cream cheese) and unique. Now, even news platforms are trying this ramen trend, not only because it’s fun, but because it tastes delicious!

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Giada makes 3 light and bright Italian recipes for dinner

Television personality, author and restaurateur Giada De Laurentiis is joining TODAY to share a few of her favorite deliciously healthy recipes from her new cookbook, “Eat Better, Feel Better: My Recipes for Wellness and Healing, Inside and Out.” She shows us how to make pasta with meaty mushrooms and nutty pistachios, lemony roasted chicken and a simple salad with bitter greens.

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Giada's Paccheri with Mushroom and Pistachios

Courtesy Giada De Laurentiis

Mushrooms with Marsala and pistachios is a fantastic combination of flavors, which is why this pasta is currently one of my faves. Try using royal trumpet mushrooms, morels, cremini, shiitakes or oyster mushrooms. They all have different flavors and textures and experimenting with new varieties is part of the fun!

Giada's Amalfi Lemon Chicken

Kristin Teig

Lemon? Check. Crispy skin? The

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Restaurants get creative, prepare for traditional Valentine’s demand

Editor’s note: This version includes a restaurant that responded to questions after The Item’s deadline.

Restaurants have been hit hard by COVID-19 restrictions such as the curfew and capacity limits during the pandemic.

But many have adapted. Loosening restrictions, and the end to the curfew, come as many hope to have customers for a usually busy time – Valentine’s Day – and as the vaccine rollout, despite some glitches, gives hope for the spring and summer.

The patio at The Mill at 185, in West Boylston, was popular in warmer weather. [Photo for The Item]

At The Mill at 185, on Route 12 in West Boylston, the live music continues, in a way. It is virtual, and customers can still enjoy it while eating.

“We’ve always had a following,” owner Tony Topi said. For The Mill, “the challenge is more promoting takeout. We’ve never really been a takeout place.”

But Topi has taken it a step further, offering access to local performers through the restaurant’s Facebook page so people

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How the Chef of Caruso’s Grocery Selects His Tomatoes

Caruso’s Grocery has been in the works for a long time. The “fun, not fussy” red sauce Italian restaurant was initially scheduled to open in early 2020 on Capitol Hill, but then the pandemic forced partners Chef Matt Adler and Neighborhood Restaurant Group to press pause. But if you peer through the windows these days, you’ll see signs that the restaurant is on track to open this spring. Adler’s in there making the big and little decisions that will make Caruso’s Grocery stand out.

Italian American restaurants are temples to tomato sauce, making Adler’s tomato selection all the more important. The canned tomatoes that make their way into sauces coating spaghetti and meatballs and chicken parm do a lot of the heavy lifting on the menu. Adler had spoon in hand yesterday as he worked his way through cans of contenders, like a sommelier sampling wines before adding them to

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