Here at Grubhub, our employees are pretty obsessed with food. Every day, we’re making sure delicious food finds its way to your door….and to ours. Say what? Correct, we too order from Grubhub (so meta). With our “What I Ate in a Week” series, you’ll get a sneak peek into the lives of actual — […]
Call yourself an acai aficionado? Give these variations a try this week to kick start your breakfast. Getting them delivered is easier than you think.
### First off, what is acai?
Acai berries come from acai palm, a species of palm tree that is native to South and Central America. However, you might be more familiar with this flavor in a blended form. This is because the berries are harvested and then blended with ice to create a thick, fruity paste. This is the base of the acai bowls you know and love. But the best part, if you ask us, is the way you top it.
Sundays are made for brunch, brunch is made for Sundays, etc. We all know this. But what you might not know is how to bring the brunch to you. Instead of waiting in line and dealing with the masses, your local restaurants can deliver your favorite brunch foods right to your home. Amazing, right? Give it a try this weekend — but read up on how to make the most of it, below.
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We tapped photographer and blogger Arielle Vey to show us how she gets breakfast in bed delivered. Read the Q&A to catch all of her tips on how to make this cozy breakfast happen, post-Valentine’s Day.
Going out for brunch can be a great time, but complications like a wait time of 1 hour, your friend gushing about her new beau, or your toddler ripping off the table cloth can make the occasion challenging. Now, there’s a new way to brunch. Grubhub would like to introduce you to “The New Brunch” — an occasion with a selection of just about any menu item you’d like, from the comfort of your own home.
Brunch. It’s birthdays and baby showers and “I haven’t seen you in so longs.” But where did this magical meal come from? One of the most interesting aspects of brunch is its origin. Its history may surprise you, because this meal involves bacon, eggs, movement in the women’s workforce, and so much more.