Category Archives: Pescovegetarian

Paris Pastry and My David Lebovitz Obsession

If the coming of September has made you start daydreaming about your next fabulous trip (I’m talking to you, Julia S.), here’s a little app to help feed your fantasies: the Paris Pastry Guide. Available on the iPhone App Store, … Continue reading

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Tasting a Bite of Barcelona

    Barcelona is known as a foodie paradise. I expected to love the food there, but my eating experiences on a recent vacation were decidedly mixed.

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New Crop of Food Entrepreneurs Are Hungry For Funds

Slow Money Boston showcased another exciting crop of food-related entrepreneurs in Cambridge on April 29, 2014.  As always, the entrepreneurs seeking funds were an eclectic bunch, including two farmers, a fermented beverages coop, a grass-fed beef jerky producer, a compost company, … Continue reading

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Not Whooping for Wegmans Yet

East coast supermarket chain Wegmans opened its first Boston-area store this morning in Chestnut Hill, Mass., to the ecstatic delight of many shoppers. While I’m intrigued by what they offer,  I’m not ready to sign up for the Wegmans cult … Continue reading

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Doing Aquaculture Better

As a pescovegetarian, fish is a huge part of my diet. While I try to eat locally caught fresh fish whenever I can, I know that the oceans cannot sustainably produce enough seafood to supply the escalating demand for protein … Continue reading

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Patrick McMurray Teaches Me about Oysters

I’m a relatively recent oyster lover. Growing up in a Kosher home in the Chicago area, oysters weren’t common fare.  My first taste of a raw bivalve was a quahog someone slipped me when I worked as a camp counselor … Continue reading

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My three favorite words: Local, green and fair

The PescoVegetarian Times is interrupting our regularly scheduled blog post to bring you a commercial for my favorite cause: the Sustainable Business Network of Massachusetts (SBN).  I joined the SBN board this year, but I’ve been an enthusiastic member for … Continue reading

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Chicago Offers Great Pescovegetarian Ethnic Eats

Whenever I go back to the Chicago area, I’m always impressed by the dazzling array of ethnic restaurants. While there’s plenty of fine dining—and pricey—options in Chicago, it’s easy to find fun, inexpensive, vegetarian ethnic food in both the city … Continue reading

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Feasting on Food Festivals in Boston

Boston was the site of two great food festivals this weekend. Judging by the crowds, Bostonians have a big appetite for not just eating good food, but talking about it as well. The first of the festivals, “Let’s Talk About … Continue reading

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Celebrate “October Feast” in Boston

I’m designating October 1-30, 2013 as “October Feast” in Boston. Frankly, I didn’t think we could top last October’s spectacular month of food events or even this September’s pleasures (check out my post on JP Patch for the remaining events this month), … Continue reading

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