Monthly Archives: November 2011

Catalyst

Last month I had the pleasure of dining at the newly opened Catalyst in Kendall Square. Prior to this meal I had a chance to take a tour of the space while it was still under construction and speak with chef William … Continue reading

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DC Day 1: Cupcakes, Food Trucks and More

I set out on DC day 1 with my friend Jon on a mission to find food trucks. But since most of them don’t open until lunch, we had to first figure out breakfast. We decided to walk and hope … Continue reading

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Eat Wonky Truck

Like any good foodie, I always research the food options extensively whenever I travel somewhere, even if I have been there before. There is always something new to check out. As with most major cities, Washington, D.C. has experienced a … Continue reading

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Flavors of Fall 2011

Photo courtesy of Rachel On Monday night, Boston Chefs held its 8th annual Flavors of Fall event at the Regattabar inside the Charles Hotel in Cambridge. The event benefits a different organization every year. This year proceeds from the event went … Continue reading

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Iggy’s Bread – The Shop

If you have eaten a sandwich at a cafe or restaurant anywhere in the Greater Boston area, chances are, whether or not you were aware, that you enjoyed it on Iggy’s bread. Iggy’s the gold standard as far as bread products go … Continue reading

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Bolton Orchards

Did you ever visit somewhere on a day trip, enjoy it immensely, only to completely forget the name a few years later? In college my parents drove up to Massachusetts every year for my birthday and we would spend a … Continue reading

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Phil’s Apples

Last month, I went apple picking back when it was “Augtober,” prime time for apple picking but unseasonably warm. Always searching for a new farm, my research brought me to Phil’s Apples, a charming orchard in Harvard, MA. Phil’s is a small … Continue reading

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