CSA Merrimack Valley – Grilling Greens ( Part 1 )

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

Wine Notes – Innovation Comes to the Old World

When I meet with winemakers, I always ask what they are doing to create better and more interesting products. Domestic producers often tell me about the great new blends they’re creating that will take the market by storm. The Italians I speak with always seem to respond the same way, emphasizing the traditions of old… Read More

Steven Goddu

A View from the Kitchen – The Paradise of Mindlessness

“Trump” lied in representing the losers’ team: “You cheated. Amberjack is not edible.” It was his second justification for their refusal to pay the full bet that he proposed hours earlier: $100 for the largest keeper. He circled our beer-laden beachside dinner table, tossing each of us five winners a 10-dollar bill — his nickname… Read More

Scott Plath

Eight Great Things To Do This Weekend – 7/4/19

WEEKEND EVENTS ONE: Today, celebrate your holiday at the Independence Day Celebration in Lowell. There will be a bounce house, obstacle course, giant slide, fireworks and much more. The celebration will be taking place at Edward A. LeLacheur Park from 6:30 to 11:59 p.m. TWO: Comedian Bob Marley will be performing at the Blue Ocean Music Hall… Read More

Jaden Mendola
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