12 months of food trends

Our weekly food trends diary is one year old! Read back to find out which ingredients, fun foodie events, Instagramable restaurant dishes and exciting street eats we discovered over the last 12 months.

Sit back and reminisce as we work backwards through 12 months of food trends to pick out breakout stars and ahead-of-the-curve discoveries. To keep up to date each week, be sure to check out our food diary each Friday. 

What we ate in March
This month we tried matcha madeleines and perfect poke.
Read about what we ate in March

What we ate in February
February was all about mochi and Creme & mini egg brownies.
Read about what we ate in February

What we ate in January
The start of the year saw us sipping on savoury cocktails.
Read about what we ate in January

What we ate in December
Never mind Christmas, this month we opted for crispy chicken skin and award-winning cheese.
Read about what we ate in December

What we ate in November
November saw us warm up with steaming congee.
Read about what we ate in November

What we ate in October
October was the month of the melt as we indulged in chocolate s'mores and cheese fondue.
Read about what we ate in October

What we ate in September
This month we got stuck into seaweed, waffles and bottomless brunches.
Read about what we ate in September

What we ate in August
In the heat of summer we were sampling Nikkei cuisine, Sri Lankan hoppers and Japanese ramen.
Read about what we ate in August

What we ate in July
This month we sampled shakshuka and celebrated 'Christmas in July'.
Read about what we ate in July

What we ate in June
June was all about anti-gravity cakes and elderflower bakes.
Read about what we ate in June

What we ate in May
This month we snacked on raw brownies and perfect poutine.
Read about what we ate in May

What we ate in April
We kicked off our food diary with quinoa cake, sweet pizzas and pulled pork sausage rolls.
Read about what we ate in April

What was your favourite food trend over the last 12 months? What would you like to see more of in the future? Let us know in the comments below!

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