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  1. the feeding tube
    All of the Super Bowl Food and Drink Ads, RankedIt was a big year for celebrity-endorsed junk food.
  2. gimmicks
    Get Ready for ‘Organic’ DoritosIncidentally, they fulfill all the criteria for items sold by Whole Foods.
  3. Pride
    Go Buy a Bag of These Doritos Rainbows to Support LGBT CausesThe chip-maker has partnered with the It Gets Better Project.
  4. The Chain Gang
    Now Burger King Is Testing a Doritos Menu Item, TooIt’s Doritos Loaded, that infamous “warm Nacho Cheese snack.”
  5. Peak Doritos
    Pizza Hut Australia Rolls Out Doritos-Crusted PiesPeople are saying it’s “a bit intense on the stomach.”
  6. Doritofied
    Guy Who Actually Tasted Doritos-Flavored Mountain Dew: ‘Weirdest Thing“Someone at the Mountain Dew design department was getting really high.”
  7. Doritofied
    Frito-Lay Terrorizes Nation With Multi-City ‘Doritos Loaded’ MysteryIt conquers Dallas today and L.A. on Friday — after that, who knows?
  8. Golden Tickets
    Doritos Put Tickets for Gold in Its Jacked Mystery-Flavor BagsHow else to get people to eat chips that taste like “burnt cat turds”?
  9. Doritofied
    Taco Bell Testing Quesadilla Served With Crushed Flamin’ Hot FritosThe dip is the chips.
  10. Flavor Explosions
    Soon All Our Food Will Be Doritos Flavored, Whether We Like It or NotCheetos already basically are Doritos, but that doesn’t mean Frito-Lay will leave well enough alone.
  11. Doritofied
    They’re Serving Free Mountain Dew–Cured Bacon Tacos in Bryant ParkToday was the day the world learned about Tostitos “street tacos” with Kickstart Mountain Dew Chicken.
  12. Doritofied
    The Doritofied Future of Chain Restaurants Begins NowChains are adding new Doritos-themed items to their menus as soon as 2015.
  13. The Fakeness
    Pizza Drones and Hands-Free Whopper Holders: How Fast-Food Giants Make Big MoneyIt’s incredibly cheap and extremely effective for soda companies and fast-food giants to market products that are never actually made.
  14. The Chain Gang
    Make It Stop! Now Doritos Will Launch Taco Bell-Flavored ChipsThese two are starting to resemble a couple that can’t quit with the PDA.
  15. The Chain Gang
    Border Patrol: Taco Bell Confirms New Flavor of Doritos Locos TacosThe chain’s CEO spills some beans on the next Frito-Lay collaboration while previewing a Super Bowl ad.
  16. The Future
    Ray Kurzweil Says Go Ahead and Gorge on Those Cool Ranch Doritos All You WantNanobots will also copyedit your Yelp reviews.
  17. The Chain Gang
    Taco Bell Trying Out All Sorts of New Doritos Tacos NowThey’ve sold 200 million of the original version.
  18. Taco Bell
    The Doritos Taco Gets Bill Grimes’s Endorsement“For what it is.”
  19. The Chain Gang
    Subway Receives Heart Association Seal, Starts Market-Testing NachosSince when is nacho cheese heart-healthy?
  20. The Chain Gang
    Oh Man, Doritos Tacos Are a Big HitThe chain saw double-digit sales growth, all thanks to the nacho-cheese abomination.
  21. Batalian
    Batali Likes Food the Color of His CrocsDoritos and lasagna are just fine in his eyes.
  22. The James Weird Awards
    The James Weird Awards: Booze for Blood, a Fancy-Pants Dinner, and DoritosPlus: mashed potatoes as a good-luck charm, and more, all in this week’s roundup of weird food news.
  23. Marketing Gimmicks
    Andy Samberg Is Making a Doritos Super Bowl AdThe comedian and his Lonely Island troupe get cheesy.
  24. R.I.P.
    Doritos Inventor to Have ‘Cheesy’ Funeral ServiceThe creator of Doritos has died at age 97.
  25. Mediavore
    Grocery Workers Poised to Strike; Dr. Oz Angers The FDAThe celebrity health guru says that apple juice has unacceptable levels of arsenic.
  26. Mediavore
    The Man Who Would Eat the President Gets More Jail Time; Dorito’s Can Help YouPlus: Bankrupt Souper Salad chain isn’t so super after all; and Dr. Oz pisses off the FDA, all in our morning news roundup.
  27. Mediavore
    Show Your Prints, Ice-Cream-Truck Drivers!; Dorito’s Might Keep You WarmPlus a sad day for Souper Salad and more, all in our morning news round-up.
  28. Video Feed
    Taco Bell and Doritos Build a Better TacoWho cares what’s in them. We just want to know when we can get our hands on them.
  29. The James Weird Awards
    The James Weird Awards: Lobster Looters, Phony Food Inspectors, and TacoPlus: baby ducks at Chick-fil-A, a munchies robbery, and Flava Flav’s bounced checks, all in this week’s roundup of weird restaurant news.
  30. Mediavore
    Baby Carrots Take on Doritos; Are You Obsessed With Healthy Eating?Marketing experts think the vegetables could be as popular as the corn chips someday.
  31. Mediavore
    Bud Light and Doritos Ads Score During Superbowl; USC Embracing Local FoodMeanwhile, the First Lady pushes for smaller portions at restaurants.
  32. Mediavore
    Doritos Gets Sacrilicious; Ghost Peppers Materialize in Santa MonicaThe chips-makers have a controversial new ad that’s angering Christians and spice-lovers get a new challenge.
  33. Mediavore
    With Lawsuits Symphony House Is Killing South Street’s Jamaican Jerk Hut;Plus a Super Bowl ad depicting Dorito’s as a sacrament stirs an uproar, and food dye may cause hyperactivity, all in our morning news roundup.
  34. Mediavore
    Herring Get Bogged Down By The Thousands; Teen Nacho Thieves NabbedPlus: Victimized catfish farmers and the decline of Gordon Ramsay’s empire, all in our morning news roundup.
  35. NewsFeed
    Is There a Junk-Food Trend on the Horizon?Wylie Dufresne says he’d consider using the flavor of Cool Ranch Doritos in a mashed-potato dish.
  36. Mediavore
    Huckabee Skips Sushi; Super Bowl Snacks AboundFinally, the presidential candidates “respond” to the sushi crisis. Mike Huckabee’s stance? “Nowhere does the Bible mention sushi in the Garden of Eden.” [NYT] If you’ve ever dreamed of being a Michelin Guide inspector, consider first that in a year “each inspector evaluates 240 restaurants, spends 130 nights in hotels, carries out 800 inspections, writes 1,100 reports and drives 18,000 miles.” [Guardian] The international conservation group Oceana has issued a report saying that it found mercury levels in tuna sushi throughout the United States to be just as high as in New York’s supply. [Diner’s Journal/NYT]