Here are some of our favorite food links from around the web this week. We hope you like them, too.

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Adorable Instagram brownies from one of our favorite YouTube cooking shows, Nerdy Nummies.

The world’s first ready-to-drink buttered coffee in a can. Are you ready for this?

An eye-opening take on what’s really important to the food movement.

Funny food-themed Valentine’s printables for the classroom.

Hellmann’s adds organic and vegan mayonnaise to its product line.

Delicious, tart and so good: champagne gummy bears from Sugarfina. Yum.

Champagne gummy bears? Let’s just say, we’re obsessed.

Our editor Liz found the most outrageous Valentine’s lollipops. Just, wow.

Affordable Valentine’s Day food gifts we love.

Well, turns out McDonald’s new kale salad has more calories, fat, and sodium than a Big Mac.

Your flight just got a little nicer: American and United airlines are bringing back free snacks for everyone.


Did you know you can make caramel popcorn in the microwave? Oh Happy Day makes it so easy.

Turns out, making caramel popcorn in your microwave is way easier than we thought.

An interesting new book from food writer Bee Wilson, First Bite, shows how—and exactly when—parents can shape their kids’ food preferences.

Treat your kids to a Valentine’s Day breakfast—eh, let’s sleep in and make it brunch—they’ll remember.

KFC has jumped on the hot chicken bandwagon, but we want to give a shout-out to the original: Prince’s Hot Chicken in Nashville. Yes, it’s worth the road trip.