Taste Tests

Breakfast Sandwiches and Hash Browns: Dunkin’ Donuts vs. McDonald’s

We’ve heard from multiple sources that McDonald’s Sausage, Egg & Cheese McGriddles® is the king of fast food breakfast sandwiches, but until this taste test, we had never tried one. We decided to put it up against Dunkin’ Donuts’ Turkey Sausage, Egg & Cheese, another breakfast sandwich that we hadn’t tried. And while we wereContinue reading “Breakfast Sandwiches and Hash Browns: Dunkin’ Donuts vs. McDonald’s”

Maple Cream Liqueur

First of all, if you’ve never had Maple Cream Liqueur, you don’t know what your life is missing. Add it to hot chocolates or coffee, or just drink it chilled, straight. You will thank me later. But which brand makes the best Maple Cream Liqueur? We did a head-to-head-to-head with the following three brands: DescriptionContinue reading “Maple Cream Liqueur”

Eggos: Homestyle vs. Buttermilk

Yeah, we taste test everything. Seriously, how different can two styles of frozen waffles be? You’d be surprised. The Verdict Overall, they are both frozen waffles and ultimately comes down to personal preference to decide which one is “better”. Our favorite out of the two is the Buttermilk, but we are so curious to seeContinue reading “Eggos: Homestyle vs. Buttermilk”

Hana vs. Koto

Living in Vermont, there isn’t an abundance of Asian food, but the places that do exist are phenomenal. In this taste test, we compared Hana and Koto on the following: Beef negimaki, chicken katsu, california roll, shrimp dumplings, miso soup, salad with ginger dressing, and Spicy Girl maki. Price Taste The Verdict The results areContinue reading “Hana vs. Koto”

NYC Pizza

If you read this blog but have never watched Buzz Feed’s “Worth It” series, I’ve got hours of entertainment for you to binge during COVID. A while ago, we watched Worth It’s $2 Pizza Vs. $2,000 Pizza (New York City) before heading to New York City ourselves. And while we didn’t try the $2,000 PizzaContinue reading “NYC Pizza”

Pad Thai

Pad thai – the classic order when you first try Thai food or first order from a new Thai restaurant. The perfect pairing for Thai iced tea (if you’ve not had Thai iced tea, it’s a must next time you order – sweetened condensed milk added to orange-dyed tea, the sweetness and creaminess pairs amazinglyContinue reading “Pad Thai”

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