Kale is 2013, sea beans are 2014

Thursday, December 26th, 2013. Filed under: Destinations Food & Dining Health & Fitness Home & Garden
Ice cream sandwiches are predicted to trend in 2014. ©ocophoto/shutterstock.com

Ice cream sandwiches are predicted to trend in 2014.

(Relaxnews) – Kale and pork belly are so 2013. If you want to sound fantastically food-forward for 2014, here’s a list of foods and words you should know.

Because according to a trendspotting report from San Francisco-based Andrew Freeman & Co., the foods anticipated to get buzz next year include pizzaritos (pizza slices rolled up like burrito), marine vegetables like sea beans and fried rabbit.

Here’s a list of the foods that defined 2013, and the foods that the Freeman report says will “break down barriers in 2014.”


Cronut and ramen burger
Fried quail
Beertails (cocktails topped with beer)
Pretzel buns
Pork belly
Weeds (sorrels and purslane)


Ice cream sandwiches
Sea beans
Fried rabbit
Edible trees and firs


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