Tag Archives: Didi Emmons

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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Add Spice to Your Ginger

I recently discovered a spice that’s even better than ginger.  Well, actually, it is ginger, but it’s called “young ginger.” Like the name suggests, the young ginger root is harvested earlier than mature ginger, so it can be cultivated in … Continue reading

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A “Poached” Pair of Poached Pear Recipes

This week, I had the opportunity to “poach” a pair of poached pear recipes from two distinguished sources, chef Didi Emmons and Cook’s Illustrated. Michelle and I made the first poached pear recipe at a cooking class at Haley House, … Continue reading

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