• Coffee News

    Blue Bayou Coffee Co. opens on Gulf Beach Highway in Pensacola

    What do you get when you pull culinary elements from Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Orleans and Pensacola, and you roll it all in some pretty blue branding?  You get Pensacola’s newest restaurant, the Blue Bayou Coffee Co.  Blue Bayou officially opened Wednesday as a family-owned, breakfast and lunch takeout restaurant that doubles as a coffee shop. The building is located at an aptly blue-painted former convenience store at 8701 Gulf Beach Highway, just north of the National Naval Aviation Museum.  A true family business, Blue Bayou is run by Bob and Karen Smith, along with their adult children, Dalton and Kristin  

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  • Trending Food

    Clever dog caught stealing food from kitchen. Video is viral with 3 million views

    A video has gone viral on Twitter in which a dog can be seen sneakily entering the kitchen and eating food from a pan. Screenshots from the video. There won’t ever be a dull moment in your life if you have a dog as company. How do we know, you ask? Well, this video has gone insanely viral on social media in which a dog can be seen sneakily entering the kitchen and eating food from a pan. In the 15-second clip, the pet can be seen on its hind legs pushing a chair towards the kitchen counter where it,  

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  • Vegetarian

    One in three using Paul McCartney’s Meat Free Monday turn vegetarian after five years

    One in three meat-eaters who follow Meat Free Monday (MFM) for five years and beyond turn vegetarian, a new study claims. Research by the Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) and MFM has found that more than 30 per cent of those who engaged with the programme for five years or more stopped eating meat, with 20 per cent of those who engaged for three to five-years. The MFM campaign, which was founded by Paul McCartney and his daughters Mary and Stella in 2009, encourages people to eat a plant-based diet once a week. The idea is to help reduce  

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  • Healthy Food

    How to Eat Healthy Without Sacrificing Flavor: Dietitian Tips

    ﹒ This article is part of our Life With Intention series about high achievers who exemplify intentional living. Eating a healthy diet doesn’t mean sacrificing flavor or your favorite foods, Maya Feller, a registered dietitian nutritionist and adjunct professor of clinical nutrition at NYU, told Insider.  “Some of the common misconceptions that I’ve heard about healthy eating is that people have to abandon their culture in order to eat healthy fully,” Feller said.  “Everyone has a culture, but, for some reason in the US, healthy eating is, ‘I had a salad for lunch,’ and you have to let everything  

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  • Food Recipes

    Copycat recipes for your fast food favorites

    Copycat versions of fast food classics While we love the convenience of ordering in, many popular fast food dishes can easily be made at home – and you can customize them to your heart’s content. From McDonald’s Sausage and Egg McMuffin to a Domino’s-inspired pepperoni pizza and Chick-fil-A-style waffle fries, check out these copycat recipes before you hit the drive-thru or open an app. Microsoft and partners may be compensated if you purchase something through recommended links in this article. Cheeseburgers Five Guys fans should try these cheeseburgers. Ground beef with 20% fat  

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  • Trending Food

    The carbon footprint of trending food and drink

    Social media is awash with aesthetic snapshots of gourmet dishes, boozy brunches and easy-to-follow recipes. You may even come across pictures of bulk-prepped Tupperware meals, takeaway pizza, a meal deal from your local supermarket or simply a latte in a reusable cup – our obsession with food is clear. With this love of all things food comes the ever-growing conversation of the environment, the reasons why we should source food closer to home, and learning how to make the most climate-conscious decisions. With 25% of greenhouse gas emissions coming from food, we wanted to investigate the real impact of  

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  • Vegetarian

    ‘Horrifying’: Giant tortoise filmed hunting down and eating baby bird

    This female tortoise hunted down and ate a seabird chick. Video screenshot by Amanda Kooser/CNET Giant tortoises have a reputation as slow-moving vegetarians that snack on grasses and fruits. Video captured by researchers is changing the way we think about these heavy land animals. Still slow? Pretty much. Vegetarian? Not always.  The video comes from Fregate Island in the Indian Ocean. The island in the Seychelles is privately owned and hosts ecotourists who come for the beaches and to view the birds and wildlife, including a population of over 3,000 free-roaming giant tortoises. Some of those tortoises are into hunting  

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