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The Daily Dish: January 18, 2016

The Daily Dish: January 18, 2016


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Dishing out the latest and greatest in food news

Learn more about what is hot and trending in the world of food and drink.

Today’s first course?

Warner Bros. London Studio Tour is hosting a ‘Valentine’s Dinner in the Great Hall,’ and it is anything but cliché. The event is sadly already sold out after just one day of sales, but we can live vicariously by reading about what’s in store for those lucky guests and pining for Warner Bros’ next themed dinner. Upon arrival, guests will be treated to welcome drinks and canapés, including a special ‘Love Potion’ cocktail.Guests also leave with a wand of their choice, among other amenities to the night. The Valentine’s Dinner in the Great Hall comes with a hefty price tag at around $715.32. However, this didn’t seem to deter fans away from the ‘magical’ evening.

If you can’t afford that magical Valentine’s day celebration, there is a limited edition Japanese candy sure to sweeten your night. Pocky is a super popular snack in Japan, where the candy-covered sticks are available in an enormous variety of flavors. Now, for a special treat, the makers of Pocky have figured out how to shape the sticks like hearts and covered them in blueberry chocolate to create “The Blueberry Pocky of Happiness.” “The Blueberry Pocky of Happiness,” is a reference to the Bluebird of Happiness that is supposed to bring good fortune and happiness to anybody who sees it. The Pocky might not confer magical happiness, but it does sound pretty tasty and cute.

Remember the cronut, that deliciously flaky king of pastries that launched a thousand people waiting in line for hours? Although the obsession with Dominique Ansel’s croissant-doughnut hybrid has died down a fair bit, you may want to pay attention again. The good folks over at Dude Foods have created a pizza cronut: a stack of croissant-doughnuts layered with melted cheese and topped with cheese and pepperoni. To learn how to make this yourself, watch the hypnotizing video in the News in Brief section on The Daily Meal.

That’s today’s Daily Dish, thanks for watching. Stop by tomorrow for another helping.


Moroccan Stew with Chickpeas & Sweet Potatoes

How do I eat more plant based recipes?This is a question that Alex and I get all the time. It’s what inspired us to write our vegetarian cookbook, Pretty Simple Cooking. And it’s why we create plant based recipes every week here on A Couple Cooks! We’re always looking for delicious ways to eat plant based foods.

This Moroccan stew recipe is one of our top plant based recipes we refer to people who want to eat more plants. Why? It’s ultra flavorful, with a blend of Moroccan spices that’s truly irresistible! And it’s full of nutrient rich vegetables: sweet potatoes, chickpeas, tomatoes and spinach. We like to serve it with quinoa for a delicious plant based dinner that’s also gluten free. If you eat some dairy, add a dollop of Greek yogurt. And most definitely a squeeze of lemon. Keep reading for the Moroccan stew recipe!


Moroccan Stew with Chickpeas & Sweet Potatoes

How do I eat more plant based recipes?This is a question that Alex and I get all the time. It’s what inspired us to write our vegetarian cookbook, Pretty Simple Cooking. And it’s why we create plant based recipes every week here on A Couple Cooks! We’re always looking for delicious ways to eat plant based foods.

This Moroccan stew recipe is one of our top plant based recipes we refer to people who want to eat more plants. Why? It’s ultra flavorful, with a blend of Moroccan spices that’s truly irresistible! And it’s full of nutrient rich vegetables: sweet potatoes, chickpeas, tomatoes and spinach. We like to serve it with quinoa for a delicious plant based dinner that’s also gluten free. If you eat some dairy, add a dollop of Greek yogurt. And most definitely a squeeze of lemon. Keep reading for the Moroccan stew recipe!


Moroccan Stew with Chickpeas & Sweet Potatoes

How do I eat more plant based recipes?This is a question that Alex and I get all the time. It’s what inspired us to write our vegetarian cookbook, Pretty Simple Cooking. And it’s why we create plant based recipes every week here on A Couple Cooks! We’re always looking for delicious ways to eat plant based foods.

This Moroccan stew recipe is one of our top plant based recipes we refer to people who want to eat more plants. Why? It’s ultra flavorful, with a blend of Moroccan spices that’s truly irresistible! And it’s full of nutrient rich vegetables: sweet potatoes, chickpeas, tomatoes and spinach. We like to serve it with quinoa for a delicious plant based dinner that’s also gluten free. If you eat some dairy, add a dollop of Greek yogurt. And most definitely a squeeze of lemon. Keep reading for the Moroccan stew recipe!


Moroccan Stew with Chickpeas & Sweet Potatoes

How do I eat more plant based recipes?This is a question that Alex and I get all the time. It’s what inspired us to write our vegetarian cookbook, Pretty Simple Cooking. And it’s why we create plant based recipes every week here on A Couple Cooks! We’re always looking for delicious ways to eat plant based foods.

This Moroccan stew recipe is one of our top plant based recipes we refer to people who want to eat more plants. Why? It’s ultra flavorful, with a blend of Moroccan spices that’s truly irresistible! And it’s full of nutrient rich vegetables: sweet potatoes, chickpeas, tomatoes and spinach. We like to serve it with quinoa for a delicious plant based dinner that’s also gluten free. If you eat some dairy, add a dollop of Greek yogurt. And most definitely a squeeze of lemon. Keep reading for the Moroccan stew recipe!


Moroccan Stew with Chickpeas & Sweet Potatoes

How do I eat more plant based recipes?This is a question that Alex and I get all the time. It’s what inspired us to write our vegetarian cookbook, Pretty Simple Cooking. And it’s why we create plant based recipes every week here on A Couple Cooks! We’re always looking for delicious ways to eat plant based foods.

This Moroccan stew recipe is one of our top plant based recipes we refer to people who want to eat more plants. Why? It’s ultra flavorful, with a blend of Moroccan spices that’s truly irresistible! And it’s full of nutrient rich vegetables: sweet potatoes, chickpeas, tomatoes and spinach. We like to serve it with quinoa for a delicious plant based dinner that’s also gluten free. If you eat some dairy, add a dollop of Greek yogurt. And most definitely a squeeze of lemon. Keep reading for the Moroccan stew recipe!


Moroccan Stew with Chickpeas & Sweet Potatoes

How do I eat more plant based recipes?This is a question that Alex and I get all the time. It’s what inspired us to write our vegetarian cookbook, Pretty Simple Cooking. And it’s why we create plant based recipes every week here on A Couple Cooks! We’re always looking for delicious ways to eat plant based foods.

This Moroccan stew recipe is one of our top plant based recipes we refer to people who want to eat more plants. Why? It’s ultra flavorful, with a blend of Moroccan spices that’s truly irresistible! And it’s full of nutrient rich vegetables: sweet potatoes, chickpeas, tomatoes and spinach. We like to serve it with quinoa for a delicious plant based dinner that’s also gluten free. If you eat some dairy, add a dollop of Greek yogurt. And most definitely a squeeze of lemon. Keep reading for the Moroccan stew recipe!


Moroccan Stew with Chickpeas & Sweet Potatoes

How do I eat more plant based recipes?This is a question that Alex and I get all the time. It’s what inspired us to write our vegetarian cookbook, Pretty Simple Cooking. And it’s why we create plant based recipes every week here on A Couple Cooks! We’re always looking for delicious ways to eat plant based foods.

This Moroccan stew recipe is one of our top plant based recipes we refer to people who want to eat more plants. Why? It’s ultra flavorful, with a blend of Moroccan spices that’s truly irresistible! And it’s full of nutrient rich vegetables: sweet potatoes, chickpeas, tomatoes and spinach. We like to serve it with quinoa for a delicious plant based dinner that’s also gluten free. If you eat some dairy, add a dollop of Greek yogurt. And most definitely a squeeze of lemon. Keep reading for the Moroccan stew recipe!


Moroccan Stew with Chickpeas & Sweet Potatoes

How do I eat more plant based recipes?This is a question that Alex and I get all the time. It’s what inspired us to write our vegetarian cookbook, Pretty Simple Cooking. And it’s why we create plant based recipes every week here on A Couple Cooks! We’re always looking for delicious ways to eat plant based foods.

This Moroccan stew recipe is one of our top plant based recipes we refer to people who want to eat more plants. Why? It’s ultra flavorful, with a blend of Moroccan spices that’s truly irresistible! And it’s full of nutrient rich vegetables: sweet potatoes, chickpeas, tomatoes and spinach. We like to serve it with quinoa for a delicious plant based dinner that’s also gluten free. If you eat some dairy, add a dollop of Greek yogurt. And most definitely a squeeze of lemon. Keep reading for the Moroccan stew recipe!


Moroccan Stew with Chickpeas & Sweet Potatoes

How do I eat more plant based recipes?This is a question that Alex and I get all the time. It’s what inspired us to write our vegetarian cookbook, Pretty Simple Cooking. And it’s why we create plant based recipes every week here on A Couple Cooks! We’re always looking for delicious ways to eat plant based foods.

This Moroccan stew recipe is one of our top plant based recipes we refer to people who want to eat more plants. Why? It’s ultra flavorful, with a blend of Moroccan spices that’s truly irresistible! And it’s full of nutrient rich vegetables: sweet potatoes, chickpeas, tomatoes and spinach. We like to serve it with quinoa for a delicious plant based dinner that’s also gluten free. If you eat some dairy, add a dollop of Greek yogurt. And most definitely a squeeze of lemon. Keep reading for the Moroccan stew recipe!


Moroccan Stew with Chickpeas & Sweet Potatoes

How do I eat more plant based recipes?This is a question that Alex and I get all the time. It’s what inspired us to write our vegetarian cookbook, Pretty Simple Cooking. And it’s why we create plant based recipes every week here on A Couple Cooks! We’re always looking for delicious ways to eat plant based foods.

This Moroccan stew recipe is one of our top plant based recipes we refer to people who want to eat more plants. Why? It’s ultra flavorful, with a blend of Moroccan spices that’s truly irresistible! And it’s full of nutrient rich vegetables: sweet potatoes, chickpeas, tomatoes and spinach. We like to serve it with quinoa for a delicious plant based dinner that’s also gluten free. If you eat some dairy, add a dollop of Greek yogurt. And most definitely a squeeze of lemon. Keep reading for the Moroccan stew recipe!



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