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Rachael Ray Every Day March 2018

Every Day with Rachael Ray is packed with Rachael Ray’s 30-Minute Meals, plus more recipes, menu planners, party ideas, tasty trips and Rach’s faves for style, home and gotta-have gadgets. Waddya waiting for?

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United States
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English
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Meredith Corporation
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contributors

NOT PICTURED Christine Albano Coco McPherson Andriani Vasiliou Madeline Weeks…

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top of the food chain

I dislike the word boss. It’s a vulgar four-letter word that sounds uncompromising and dispassionate. That said, I work very hard to be a fair, strong, and even boss for the people who choose to work for me. And what I’ve learned about being a boss is that it’s not only your opinion that matters. Effective leaders listen to themselves, to others, and to their audience. My brand and our company and the company I keep stand for certain truths: We believe you don’t have to be rich to live a rich life. We deliver the best value in our products, and we value our customer, reader, and viewer more than anything. Our work is not about impressing; it’s about delivering. I don’t compromise on my gut instincts. I learned how…

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the new way to croissant

COOL FINDS, HOT TRENDS & GOTTA-KNOW NEWS Move over, doughnuts! The latest bakery treat to sweep the nation is the classic croissant—all dressed up with oddball flavors and Crayola-bright colors. Mr. Holmes Bakehouse (mrholmesbakehouse.com), with outposts in San Francisco and Los Angeles, is an Instagram darling, thanks to its to funloving croissants (matcha, churro) and viral Cruffin (flaky croissant layers baked in a muffin mold). At New York City’s Supermoon Bakehouse (supermoonbakehouse.com), you can find pumped-up crescents like the Banana Split, which features a core of caramelized fruit and a crown of gold leaf. “The croissant is something that hadn’t changed for such a long time,” says Supermoon co-owner Aron Tzimas. “It was ripe for it.” Union Fare (unionfare.com) has also made a splash in New York with cheeky flavors like…

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it’s showtime

POP STARS Nix the pricey floral centerpiece and sprinkle the shiny flecks from these Silver and Gold Foil Confetti Poppers over your coffee table instead. $2.29 each, michaels.com IN THE FOLD Meri Meri’s Gold Confetti Large Napkins bring the cute to cocktail hour and beyond. $7 for a pack of 16, papersource.com SHINY STACK Fill Harlow & Grey Noir Collection Black Colorblock Paper Cups with something bubbly to class up your drinking game. $6 for a pack of eight, harlowandgrey.com TO THE POINT Go ahead and try to find plastic utensils that look as chic as this Sophistiplate All Black Bella Flatware. $15 for eight threepiece settings, sophistiplate.com TOAST TO THAT Union Wine Company’s Underwood The Bubbles makes drinking sparkling wine super chill. $28 for four cans, shop.unionwinecompany.com PRESENTATION IS EVERYTHING These Harlow & Grey Noir Collection Black Striped Large Paper…

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going green

Just when you thought we’d reached peak avocado, restaurants centered around the insanely popular produce are now a thing. At Avocaderia (top; avocaderia.com), the self-proclaimed “world’s first avocado bar,” in Brooklyn, aficionados will find avocados spotlighted in salads, bowls, and smoothies. London’s Covent Garden is home to Avobar (avobar.co.uk), a California-inspired newcomer that serves dishes like avo hotcakes, green shakshuka, and chocolate bars made with the green stuff. The originator of the trend is likely the Avocado Show (far left; theavocadoshow.com), an Amsterdam café that launched last year and is now gearing up to go global. “Our first expansion will be in Europe,” says cofounder Ron Simpson. “But we’re aiming for Los Angeles as well.” When the concept comes stateside, expect Insta-ready plates like avo-poke bowls and berryavocado waffles. “People…

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cube o’ joe

On those days when you’re too busy for a Starbucks run, there are Go Cubes. The candy-size chews, packed with real cold brew and half a cup’s worth of caffeine in a single cube, are the brainchild of San Francisco start-up HVMN. “Millennials were our initial target audience,” says Geoff Woo, CEO of HVMN. “But busy moms and professionals have adopted Go Cubes because of the kick and convenience without the crash that can often follow coffee”—thanks to the mellowing supplement L-theanine. All flavors, including latte, mocha, and pure drip, contain vitamin B complex and other supplements. Best of all? No danger of spilling! $39 for 20 four-packs, hvmn.com/go-cubes PETER ARDITO. OTHERS: COURTESY OF THE MANUFACTURERS (3). PORTRAIT BY JEFF LIPSKY. ILLUSTRATION BY JOEL HOLLAND.…