Monthly Archives: October 2010

Improving Black Women (and everyone else)’s Diets By Any Greens Necessary

Although vegetarianism has a reputation for only appealing to crunchy granola types, I’ve always found a surprising range of fellow vegetarians to share recipes with.  The local food movement, along with concerns about health and climate change, seems to have … Continue reading

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Anxiety at the Fish Counter: Wild or Farm-Raised Salmon?

I’ve developed a severe case of “fish anxiety.”  First, it was hearing about PCBs and mercury in farmed-raised salmon. Then it was the stories about overfishing cod. Now it’s worrying about whether Gulf Coast shrimp are still safe to eat. … Continue reading

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Cooking Up a CSF Feast with a Jody Adams Bluefish Recipe

Michelle and I spent six woman-hours last night cooking a delicious dinner featuring the bluefish from our final Community Supported Fishery (CSF) delivery for the August 2010 season. The six hours doesn’t include the time I spent trolling the aisles … Continue reading

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What’s Cooking at the Museum of Science?

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It was a beautiful fall day in Boston today, the perfect day for an outdoor cooking demonstration on the banks of the Charles River at…the Museum of Science? The last place I expected to see a cooking demonstration was a … Continue reading

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Boston Local Food Festival Brings Bostonians Together to Meet and Eat

The Boston Local Food Festival on Saturday, October 2 was a mashup of people and food on Boston’s waterfront by the Children’s Museum. The event—a first for Boston—brought farmers, fisherfolk, restaurateurs, artisanal food producers, and eaters from the Boston area … Continue reading

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