15 culinary hits from the '90s

When pizza's on a bagel, you can eat pizza anytime

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The '90s brought us Surge Cola, the Macarena, and some totally unforgettable food trends. Millennials recall the excessive use of sun-dried tomatoes and the ubiquitous Chinese chicken salad, but this decade really belonged to snacks like Twix Bars and Hot Pockets. We've collected some of the iconic '90s recipes that are an integral part of our culinary vocabulary, so before you start binge-watching Twin Peaks, make the experience authentic with some homemade pizza bagels, and a boozy milkshake.

Homemade Funfetti cake by molly yeh

Chicken Caesar salad with anchovy-Caesar vinaigrette and garlic-Parmesan croutons by chilmarkgal

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Pizza bagels by Sarah Jampel

Jeffrey Morgenthaler's Grasshopper shake by Kristen Miglore

Homemade Twix bars by Jestei

Squid ink pasta by Camille Becerra

Dunkaroos by molly yeh

Sun-dried tomatoes, out of the sun by Cara Eisenpress

David Lebovitz's individual chocolate cakes by David Lebovitz

Buttermilk ranch in a jar by tara o'brady

Homemade Milano cookies by Carey Nershi

Tomato and cream cheese turnovers by fiveandspice

Homemade Crunch Bars by Marian Bull

Barbecue chicken pizza by thirschfeld

Homemade Pop Tarts by londonbakes

This story was originally published on Food52.com: 15 hits from the 90s

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