Category Archives: Restaurants

Help Families in Need to Dine Out with Dignity

As someone who loves growing, cooking, eating, and sharing healthy local food, I’m always looking for ways to pass along my latest and greatest find. So I was excited to meet Dan Napierski at the recent Mass Innovation Nights Foodie … 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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Boston Welcomes Seafood Lovers!

Welcome, seafood lovers!  Whether you live in Boston or are just visiting for the 2014 Seafood Expo North America, if you love seafood, you’ll be right in the swim!

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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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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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Scenes from the 2012 Boston Local Food Festival

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Enjoying A Delicious Birthday Dinner at Trade, Jody Adams’ New Restaurant

I’m a big admirer of chef/restauranteur Jody Adams, so I was eager to try her (relatively) new restaurant, Trade, in the heart of Boston’s new “Greenway” district, and it did not disappoint. Michelle and I went to Trade to celebrate … Continue reading

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How to Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

High-tech and medical device companies aren’t the only start-ups sprouting in the Boston area, hungry for capital to grow their businesses. Six exciting, innovative food-related businesses and nonprofits presented their concepts at a recent Slow Money Entrepreneurial Showcase in Cambridge, … Continue reading

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Massachusetts Goes With the [Whole] Grain

Grains are the “missing link” in the sustainable food chain, according to Megan Browning, an intern with the Chefs Collaborative, a Boston-based organization that works with chefs and the greater food community to celebrate local foods and foster a more … Continue reading

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Fun New Restaurant “Pops Up” in Jamaica Plain: Whisk Boston

Whisk Boston, billed as a “dessert bar and bistro” and housed in Fiori’s Bakery on South Street, “popped up” for a trial run of its eight-course tasting menu, January 26-28. Continue reading

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