Monthly Archives: October 2011

Pie in the Sky

Tomorrow is November, which means Thanksgiving, believe it or not, is right around the corner. And just in time for Thanksgiving, Community Servings is holding their annual Pie in the Sky fundraiser. Community Servings is a wonderful organization in Boston that delivers … Continue reading

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Grub Street Food Festival

Today I bring you a guest post from one of my favorite guest posters, my mom. This past weekend Grub Street held their annual food festival at the Hester Street Fair. My parents had a chance to go and my … Continue reading

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Over Columbus Day weekend I had a chance to try out Abigail’s, another recent addition to the Kendall Square restaurant scene. Abigail’s is located a few blocks down from Kendall on 3rd Street. Inside the restaurant, a long bar faces a … Continue reading

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Rialto and USA Pears

Earlier this month, I attended a pear-themed dinner at Rialto hosted by the Pear Bureau Northwest/USA Pears. We enjoyed a four-course dinner prepared by Rialto’s executive chef Jody Adams. Each course incorporated some variety of pear. Pears have actually been one of … Continue reading

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Sweets from 3 Little Figs

On the list of things that excite me, a new bakery moving to the area, or better yet, my neighborhood, ranks high up there. If you haven’t heard, 3 Little Figs is opening a cafe in Somerville within the next few weeks. … Continue reading

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A few weeks ago I attended a lunch hosted by Stonyfield at EVOO in Kendall Square. The event featured a talk by Robyn O’Brien, author of the book The Unhealthy Truth which chronicles her discovery of the effects of processed foods on … Continue reading

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Brooksby Farm

When selecting a place to go apple picking, the apples and the gorgeous fall setting are important factors, but just as important to me is the quality of the cider donuts. As for orchards that lack donuts, well, you probably … Continue reading

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