Category Archives: Pescovegetarian

What to Bring to a Summer Potluck

If you’re like me, you’re always scrambling to come up with something different to bring to a potluck.  In my humble opinion, the perfect potluck dish should be a crowd pleaser, easy to make, go well with many foods, and … Continue reading

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Eat Local Strawberries, Support Your Local Farmers Market

Nothing says summer’s here like local strawberries. Although I can buy strawberries from somewhere around the world 365 days a year, I’m always excited when local strawberries show up at the farmers market. Local strawberries are also special to me, … Continue reading

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The Comfort of Food Goes Beyond “Comfort Food”

After my father died last week, I found tremendous comfort in eating and sharing the foods that I grew up with and he loved. I realized that when a loved one dies, food is a universal currency that enables the … Continue reading

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Red’s Best Seafood Supports New England Fishing Industry

Until recently, practically the only way to get local seafood in Boston was if you caught it yourself.  Thanks to community supported fisheries like Cape Ann Fresh Catch, and now, an innovative company called Red’s Best Seafood, pescovegetarians like me … Continue reading

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Plant Fish in Your Garden

As a dedicated pescovegetarian, I manage to find seafood wherever I go—even at a garden show! Bell Aquaculture is an Indiana-based company that farms, fillets, and sells yellow perch. They use the leftovers from processing the fish to produce an … Continue reading

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To Start a Farmers Market, It Takes a Village

Last fall, I fulfilled one of my dreams by helping to start the Egleston Farmers Market, an indoor winter farmers market in Jamaica Plain, my neighborhood of Boston (better known by its nickname, JP). In the process, I discovered that … Continue reading

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Doris’ Delicious Pescovegetarian Oyster Dressing

Okay, I have to be honest.  My mother-in-law, Doris, is not a pescovegetarian. She likes to put sage sausage in her oyster dressing, but when I’m around for dinner, she makes a pan of it without the meat, so that’s … Continue reading

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Scenes from the 2012 Boston Local Food Festival

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Boston Seafood Festival: A Place to Sea and Be Seen

The Boston Fisheries Foundation launched a new initiative to support New England’s sustainable fisheries with a celebrity chef-studded Sustainable Seafood Gala on Friday night, Friday, October 5 and a lively Boston Fish Pier Seafood Festival on Saturday, October 6, both held … Continue reading

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Bountiful Crop of Events for Boston Foodies in October

October will be a great month for Boston foodies. I can’t remember the last time there were so many amazing food events scheduled during one month in Boston. Most of these events are free (or very low cost) and promote … Continue reading

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