Food & Drink

Consume: Our favorite food stuff this week


• Masullo Pizza Leftover-Dough Bread

$3; Taylor’s Market

Fans of Masullo pizza know its thin crust is sublime. But you don’t need a pie to get your fix. Each morning, the restaurant takes its leftover dough from the previous night and bakes up a few dozen little flat-bread loaves that get delivered to Taylor’s by about 2 p.m. Stop in and grab one of these chewy, satisfying treats before they disappear – which they do quickly.


• Thomas’ Pumpkin Spice English muffins

$3.99-$4.69 per package; at local retailers;

Thomas’ bakery has been busy this year with limited-edition offerings of bagels and English muffin: maple french toast-flavored bagels, cinnamon-vanilla English muffins, and cinnamon-redolent apple pie muffins and bagels. Joining the lineup is the 130-year-old company’s most popular flavor, pumpkin spice muffins and bagels, along with cranberry muffins and bagels. Pumpkin spice will be around into November; cranberry will debut in October and be available into December. If you like bold flavors, they’re for you.


• Thug Kitchen

$24.99; Rodale Books; 240 pages;

The mysterious L.A.-based crew behind the popular Thug Kitchen blog – a profanity-sodden paean to healthful eating – is about to offend (and entice) a larger audience with their first cookbook. If you don’t mind f-bombs dropping like fall leaves, check out the 100 amazing recipes for veggie-based meals such as smoked-almond-and-chickpea-salad sammies or lentil tacos with carrot-jicama slaw. In bookstores Oct. 7 but available for pre-order.


• Amy’s Kitchen Candy Bars

$2.49 per package; Nugget and other local retailers;

Busy moms know Amy’s Kitchen for its popular frozen mac ’n’ cheese, beloved by kids everywhere. But who knew co-founder Andy Berliner (Amy’s dad) was the son of a candy maker? These bars, which come in crispy, chewy, crunchy and creamy, are an homage to his childhood, and his sweet tooth.


• Indianlife Masala Chips

$5.99 for 6-ounce bag; Nugget and other markets;

These light, flavorful chips, made of little more than wheat flour, safflower oil and spices such as turmeric and cayenne, bring a south Asian flair to your snacking. Try them with a sweet chutney for a change from the traditional chips and salsa.

Bee staff