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Fantastic Food News in December

Fantastic Food News in December

While December often concentrates on holiday parties and dishes, there are several newsworthy things worth some yummy discussion.

Dishare brings bliss to your takeout experience. Your phone with the app becomes like a personal chef as it shows options that match your diet and preferences and ordering it for you is just a small part of the magic. With the system’s “Foodprint” all you have to do is wait for the doorbell. Start off selecting options that include food preferences to taste, genre of dishes, food allergies and vegetarian even. It’s like a carefully mapped out foodie adventure that takes you on an epic and glorious food journey to the land of yummy menus full of variety. Get steak tacos or a healthy salad – it’s a world of opportunity no matter your neighborhood or region.

Working with delivery companies such as Uber Eats, Grubhub and Postmates, the food is promptly delivered to your home or office for the perfect meal in minutes. What is absolutely fantastic is that this certain breakfast, lunch, or dinner actually is a surprise. No longer do you have to ponder what to get. Let your taste buds and food desires and needs simply guide the app to select dishes for you.

For kids there is another foodie option little ones will love.

Baketivity is all about creating memories that will last a lifetime. Reese Weatherspoon is a fan of the Cinnamon Bun Baking Kit and this kit provides perfect entertainment for the family, without putting a pressure on you. Included in each kit are pre-measured ingredients and illustrated step-by-step instructions, so that your child should be able to complete it from beginning to end. Celebrity fans include Reese Weatherspoon, Mandy Moore, Katherine Schwarzenegger, Hilary Duff, and more.

MarieBelle artisan chocolates are known for their exquisite tasting ganache, hot chocolate and truffles, presented in artistic packaging, creating memories that last a lifetime. The charming offerings of the chocolatier are an expression of joy that is especially felt this time of year. The designs are reflective of a lifestyle that embraces chocolate not just as a sweet treat, but rather a work of culinary art to appreciate and adore. 

Make a lasting impression this holiday season with gourmet chocolates and made-to-order selections from artisan Maribel Lieberman. Maribel founded the company over two decades ago and is proud to be a “woman owned business”. She has stayed true to her roots and love of chocolate using cacao from her native Honduras and, as a proud New Yorker (at her Brooklyn factory) hand-making the gourmet ganache with the finest ingredients and all-natural flavors.

Honest to Goodness, known for its lineup of globally inspired coffee creamers, has added two new dairy offerings: Chantilly Cream and Sri Lankan Cinnamon Brown Sugar to join plant-based favorites Madagascan Vanilla Bean and Himalayan Salted Caramel.

Made with premium ingredients sourced from around the world, Honest to Goodness is looking to put karma in your mug and in the world alike by supporting reforestation efforts and uplifting communities from where it sources its key ingredients.

And, finally, if you love dessert this is for you.

Lyrical Chef with Executive Chef Chenelle Rene’e had been cooking and catering for a long time. A combination of love of music and  cooking create this culinary explosion of flavors in your mouth. They focus on using seasonal and local products from our fresh produce. They work very hard to ensure their banana pudding is the best on the East Coast. NOW Available in Shop Rite in Newark New Jersey and Bloomfield New Jersey, this New York City Wine and Food Festival delight is one you will want to experience at home. 

Happy foodie days ahead!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cover art by Keila Hötzel on Unsplash

 

 

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ElizaBeth Taylor is a journalist for Times Square Chronicles and is a frequent guest at film, fashion and art events throughout New York City and Los Angeles due to her stature as The Sensible Socialite.Passionate about people ElizaBeth spent many years working as a travel reporter and television producer after graduating with high honors from University of Southern California. The work has afforded her the opportunity to explore Europe, Russia, South America, Asia, Australia and the Middle East. It has greatly influenced the way in which ElizaBeth sees a story and has created a heightened awareness for the way people around the world live today.

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