heritage breed pigs

Where to Go? What to Order? Looking for a place to eat in Boston? The “must-try” spot for Chinese food? Dumplings? Dim Sum? My favorite burger? Pizza? A Gluten-free joint? Who does the best dollar oysters? Roast pig? People often ask me where they should eat in Boston and what they should order when they […]

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When I saw the news about the Israeli author who got a book deal for a pork cookbook, it was hard not to feel a small sense of sleight. I guess I got the offal wrong when I thought chicken parts were trayf (Hello — chopped chicken liver? see what I get for writing my […]

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Not Just Pigs & Fish Many of you know me through Teach a Man to Fish/Teach a Chef to Fish sustainable seafood events or through my Pig Tales: a Love Story saga. But I really like to talk about all sorts of sensible sustainability. What are choices we can all make, each day, to lessen […]

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? We’re going to do a live “TweetChat”! Thanks to Traca Savadogo the incomparable @SeattleTallPopp – I’ve just been introduced to to this tool. To make it easier to tweet – I’m going to use #TFT 3 PM  EST – 4 PM EST – this is our first time at bat so let’s see how […]

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    Here are my slides from this afternoon’s panel discussion at the Gerald J. and Dorothy R. Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University. Along with the Tufts University Alumni Association, the Food for Thought: Tufts Food, Wine and Culture Series has included famous alumni like Dan Barber. Tonight’s panel discussion […]

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