POPULAR IN 2009
This Korean dish of preserved veggies, marries the pucker of pickles with the sizzle of chiles.
It's higher in calcium and vitamin A than cow's milk. Try it the next time you whip up a box of mac and cheese.
They add complex flavor and visual interest to salads and sauces.
It turns an ordinary peanut butter sandwich into a Fig Newton impersonator.
Hot wasabi peas
They have a spicy kick. So, unlike with potato chips, you won't have to down a whole bag to feel satisfied.
POPULAR IN 2015
This tropical fruit from Southeast Asia is the base for the most amazing frozen margarita you'll ever imbibe.
They could replace edamame as the hottest veggie trend.
They are a lean, iron-rich alternative to beef or turkey burgers.
Deliver a high-protein, low-carb grain to your table faster than you can say "superfood."
It's lived in the shadow of soy sauce long enough. It will add authenticity to your Asian cooking.