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Now that the weather has turned cooler I’m reflecting on the bounty of summer, and I don’t think I’ve properly gushed about this season’s tomatoes. Between our community garden plot and our weekly CSA pickups, I can’t remember ever having so many tomatoes that were bursting with such intense, sweet and complex flavors....
I had one of those nights where I didn’t feel like cooking. I didn’t feel much like eating. My refrigerator must have sympathized with my despondent feeling; when I looked inside there were only a few sad vegetables, and some moldy bread. So, I decided to scrounge up what I could from the bottom of the veggie crisper and see what I could...

That really does sting

Posted by on May 13, 2010
that stings! I’ve become interested in the idea of foraging. Being the timid city dweller that I am, I’m not quite ready to put down my purse and shimmy up trees, traipse through swamps, or scrounge under rotten logs. I’ve been reading about the bounty of frequently ignored foodstuffs readily available in the wild and my interest has...
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Rhubarb Compote Thyme

Posted by on May 11, 2010
Did you know that Boston is obsessed with ice cream? Perhaps it might not seem that strange to you, but coming from New York, I’ve never seen anything quite like it. And it’s great! This ice cream obsession was the easiest thing to swallow about moving up here. Massachusetts has one of the highest consumption of ice cream per capita in the...
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