The Wrong Kind of Surprise – Epi-Pen? Check. Clear tote? Check? Potential Disaster? Check.

August 11, 2014

I was packing for my quick trip to Maryland, having been invited to a pre-season Redskins-Patriots game by my brother. Thanks Mike! It was great fun and my first time Tailgating. My first time – I wasn’t enjoying it at all. Mike knows more about the game than most people, and also about the cheerleaders. […]

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My eye on the sparrows

August 6, 2014

I’m not a religious person but that old song about ‘his eye on the sparrow’ came to me watching these delightful birds this morning. In the original (and the Barretta theme song version) I think the tune is meant to encourage us to leave our cares behind because Jesus is watching over us, keeping his […]

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GGF Salad :: Grains + Greens + Fruit = Wonderful

August 4, 2014

This salad is a fantastic summer meal in itself, a great bring-with dish, and a side for barbecue. To make a quick version, use freekeh (cooks in 20 minutes!) or quinoa or barley. Barley and freekeh are quicker cooking grains, you could also use quinoa (not true grain) or bulgur (wheat) if you like a […]

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Could You Eat Well on $4 a Day? A Cookbook to Help Food Stamp Recipients Cook Cheaply Becomes a Massive Viral Hit

August 1, 2014

Four dollars a day. What could you do with four dollars a day that would feed your family? You might be surprised.   Maryn McKenna brings us this fantastic story of an upcoming cookbook (available now on PDF) that aims to fill in a critical gap between food assistance and eating well on a budget, […]

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Coconut Chai Panna Cotta

July 29, 2014

This is an easy recipe that comes together in minutes. I was inspired by two beautiful mangos, sitting on a platter in my kitchen. I also drew inspiration from Josh Lewin’s list of indispensible Indian ingredients. A nice prelude to his upcoming Bread & Salt dinner, you should go if you haven’t dined with Josh and […]

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Save the Date! September 9!

July 24, 2014

I got 99 reasons why you should save this date….9/9 get it? Can’t wait to get my hands on this. Wonder what would go well with oysters? We’ll have some excellent news in this regard very shortly. Stay tuned, bookmark this site and save September 9. In the meantime, allow me to whet your whistle.. […]

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Welcome to the Oyster Century Club©!

July 10, 2014

Find out why BostInno said we’re one of 5 social clubs in Boston that you must join! Tasting our way through 100 varieties of oysters with prizes for milestones along the way. (Congratulations Larry Yu for winning the first one!) To get the ball rolling, the first 10 members to join will receive autographed copies of the definitive […]

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Are You a Member? 5 Boston Social Clubs You Need to Know About | BostInno

July 8, 2014

We are delighted to be one of five Boston Social Clubs, BostInno singled out for “must join” status! We welcome all new members and have some exciting events on the horizon. Come slurp and sip and laugh and learn with us! We’ll tell you why the old “R” month rule is passé and share favorite […]

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Aw Shucks Slurps & Sips Class: Hashtag Schwag Winner

June 17, 2014

Our sold-out Oyster Century Club© Slurps & Sips class was a hit! Sixteen oyster lovers became Oyster Century Club members and shared their favorite spots to enjoy oysters, as well as questions. I demonstrated how to buy, store and shuck at home, shared oyster facts and trivia, and we paired our oysters with three different […]

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Aw Shucks! Slurps and Sips Event at Whole Foods Market June 5

May 19, 2014

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