2022 was a year of viral foods. It was impossible to escape talk of butter boards, caviar bumps, and, of course, the negroni sbagliato (with Prosecco in it). Cloud bread, so-called “Healthy Coke” (aka: a shrub), and baked oatmeal all enjoyed moments of stardom. We debated the merits of pasta chips, chicken caesar wraps, and that blue smoothie from Erewhon that spawned many a copycat.
Rather than trying to predict the next big fad—destined to blow up and fade away in a matter of weeks—I wanted to consider the way we ate in 2022 from a more practical perspective. So, I asked my fellow editors to share what will change about their approach to food in 2023. Here’s what they came up with:
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