Cuisine:

The Souls of Vegan Cafes

I have a bike that is 22 years old. Last winter, mice chewed most of its seat away, and when we brought it in for that and some other repairs, the technician looked at it dubiously and said, “I assume you want the most economical options for parts?” It felt like standing outside an elderly relative’s… Read More

Sarah Courchesne

Good Eats – Real

It is a common story in the restaurant business: A chef spends several years getting established at a respected eatery and along the way garners kudos for his or her work. With that acclaim and experience, they take the next step and start their own place. And so it has happened again, and Groton’s loss… Read More

Dean Johnson

CSA Merrimack Valley – Grilling Greens ( Part 3 )

July and August are typically the peak months of fresh local produce in New England. Finding unique ways to prepare the variety of greens, carrots, squash, zucchini, eggplant, corn and other vegetables can be challenging. Enter the grill. Summer in New England means outdoor cooking, which has the added benefit of keeping your kitchen cool…. Read More

Marc and Christopher Horne

CSA Merrimack Valley – Grilling Greens ( Part 2 )

July and August are typically the peak months of fresh local produce in New England. Finding unique ways to prepare the variety of greens, carrots, squash, zucchini, eggplant, corn and other vegetables can be challenging. Enter the grill. Summer in New England means outdoor cooking, which has the added benefit of keeping your kitchen cool…. Read More

Marc and Christopher Horne
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