All the vegan ladies, put your hands up! Clean-eating advocate Beyoncé has partnered with her personal trainer, Marco Borges, to launch a vegan food delivery service.

Beyonce's Vegan Meal Delivery Service

Image via People.com

What’s in it for us? Gluten-free, soy-free, dairy-free, and 100% plant-based meals for 22 days. According to the program, it takes 21 days to make or break a habit. By the next day, we’re well on our way to making those changes second nature.

Three weeks without bread or Brie? Like Bey, we better wake up flawless once those deliveries end.

By Kim Watson, Staff Writer

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February 3, 2015

This week for Sunday Supper, we had our hearts set on something simple, fresh, and not too heavy. Imagine cuisine you might find at your corner café or bistro. With that in mind, we turned to Food52 – our destination for all things delicious – and discovered Almond and Fennel Flatbread.

Almond and Fennel Flatbread Recipe

The main ingredient? Za’atar. Don’t panic – it’s not as complex as it sounds. Za’atar includes cumin, sumac, salt, pepper, and a few other spices. It’s a mixture commonly found in Middle Eastern cooking. (See the recipe here.) But, let’s not digress. As Laura Wright of Food52 writes, “Once you have a good piece of dough, this one’s pretty much in the bag.” So grab the closest apron, a glass of white wine for pairing, and whip it up.

Our Sunday Supper: The At-Home Bistro Boutique opens Sunday, March 23, at 11AM ET.

By Julia Ivins, Staff Writer

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March 23, 2014

In my mind, food fads aren’t entirely unlike Apple products. There’s always a new one coming out, and just when I’ve managed to get my hands on the latest version, another one surfaces and sends me scrambling for my next fix. (More often than not, there’s a long line involved, too.) Enter: the Crogel, 2014’s answer to last year’s Cronut™ craze.

CragelImage via Gothamist

A heartier, more carb-heavy cousin of the Cronut, the Crogel is, as you might have guessed, a croissant-bagel hybrid. (Repeat after me: Buttery. Flaky. Layers.) As reported on Gothamist, the Crogel actually popped up in the bakery of a Norwalk, Connecticut, supermarket earlier this year and is now getting its time in the spotlight. Don’t live anywhere near Norwalk? Fear not. If history is any indication, word of the Crogel – and knockoff versions of it (I’m looking at you, Cragel) – will soon spread like wildfire. In the meantime, you can find me in line, killing time on my out-of-date iPhone® 5.

Head on over to Gothamist to read more about the birth of this marvelous baked good.

By Lindsay Lambert, Editor

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January 15, 2014