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  You might know Carla Hall from Bravo’s Top Chef or The Chew on ABC, but until now it wasa challenge to get a taste of what she makes. After raising more than $250,000 through crowdsourcing last fall, however, Carla Hall’s Southern Kitchen will launch in Manhattan in 2015. Featuring Nashville hot chicken straight outta Hall’s hometown (along with traditional Southern sides), the spot is sure to be jumpin’. In the meantime, savor some of her signature flavor for yourself with the recipe here. Read More
What’s not to love about a mug dessert? They are (or at least can be) delicious, kind of feel like actual cooking, and require very minimal cleanup. Plus, they’re perfect for those nights when you are just not having this weather (we feel for you, Bostonians). Here are five recipes we’re kind of in love with. Warning: they are almost too easy to make. Be sure you have backup ingredients for round #2. “The One” Chocolate Cake The best single-serve microwave chocolate cake we’ve come across. Read More
In case you haven't heard, cauliflower is the kale of 2015—the country's largest organic grower, Earthbound Grown, officially named it the top food trend of the year. Demand for the vegetable has been increasing because it's available each season, making it more accessible than some of the more typically 'beautiful' veggies (cough, kale). Not to mention, it's crazy healthy—among other benefits, it's rich in vitamins and boosts your brain health. Read More
We We are so excited to hear that many of Paris’ top-notch chefs are women. To celebrate, here are some of our top picks of powerhouse women chefs all over the world. Prepare to be hungry—and, if you can, stop by their restaurants for what’s sure to be a delicious meal. 1. Michelle Bernstein. Restaurant: Michy’s. Location: Miami, Florida This former ballerina put on quite the show when she stole the Iron Chef title from Bobby Flay with the sweet onion challenge. Read More
Following Gaby Hoffmann's announcement regarding the berry-banana-placenta breakfast smoothies she sucked down following the birth of her daughter, we got to wondering about all the different ways people make use of the stuff.  Turns out that—while there's little scientific rationale for consuming placenta—there's also no lack of reliable resources that say it's really, really good for you, from helping to normalize postpartum hormones to supporting milk supply and re-toning the uterus. Read More