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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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Interview With Global G.A.P.

I caught up with Thomas Fenimore, V.P, North America Operations for Global G.A.P., and learned more about their efforts to support food safety.

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Published on Patch!

I was thrilled to be invited to cross post coverage of the International Boston Seafood Show on my local (Jamaica Plain, Mass.) Patch site. Check it out.

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Slideshow:Day 2

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Seafood Show Day 1: Twitter Recap

For real-time updates follow @myrnagreenfield or keep an eye on the “Twitter Updates” box on this page!

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Sukkot: The Other Harvest Holiday

One of the things that I like about Judaism is that the holidays are closely tied to nature, the seasons, and, of course, food. Although I’m not a religious Jew, I do observe many of the holidays in my own … Continue reading

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Where to Find Tasty, Healthy Food at Restaurant Chains – Part I

As a pescovegetarian, it’s always challenging to find restaurants that feature fresh, tasty, relatively healthy foods that cater to my needs. Most restaurant chains feature quantity over quality.  I was happy to discover two small, innovative, relatively affordable restaurant chains … Continue reading

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Will GMO foods make us glow?

  The term “GMO” rhymes with “glow,” but there are a lot more reasons to be scared of GMO food than its creepy-sounding name. GMO is, of course, an acronym for a genetically modified organism. People’s attitudes about GMO range … Continue reading

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Not Quite “Nuts” About Green Almonds

Ever tasted a green (unripe) almond?  I didn’t even know that green almonds existed, until my friend Linda Burnett, who writes a wonderful blog about Jamaica Plain, Roslindale and West Roxbury, took me on a culinary tour of Roslindale. While … Continue reading

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