Monthly Archives: October 2010

Wilson Farm

Once again, it is doughnut time. And today, the doughnuts are brought to you by Wilson Farm in Lexington, MA. About a week ago, I received a tweet from @WilsonFarmChef, also known as chef Todd, following my post about Verrill … Continue reading

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Clover, The Egg and Eggplant Sandwich

Whenever I come back to a place I have been previously, I find myself torn between getting what I have ordered before and that I know I like, and trying something new. Especially if that something new contains an ingredient … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Whoopie Pies

These little cake sandwiches might be the most delicious pastry I have had the pleasure of consuming recently. They are pumpkin whoopie pies, courtesy of Peter Davis, the talented chef at Henrietta’s Table, located inside the Charles Hotel. Each pie consists … Continue reading

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Petsi Pies

When people ask me to name my favorite places in Boston, Petsi Pies in Cambridge always tops the list. It is a cafe and bakery located on the quaint and somewhat hidden Putnam Avenue in Cambridge. Even though it is … Continue reading

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Flour Cookbook Release Party

A couple weeks ago I attended a party celebrating the launch of Joanne Chang’s Flour cookbook. As a longtime fan of Flour Bakery, I was excited for the cookbook as well as a party filled with scrumptious Flour treats. I … Continue reading

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Danish Pastry House

After our food truck smorgasbord on Wednesday, Christine accompanied me through the Government Center farmers’ market. I had one stall in particular in mind, the Danish Pastry House. I discovered them two years ago at the Harvard Square farmers’ market … Continue reading

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Boston Food Truck Challenge

Boston is very very slowly becoming a food truck-friendly city. And as part of that effort, the city of Boston is hosting a food truck competition, in which six finalists are competing for a spot on City Hall Plaza next … Continue reading

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