Category Archives: Vegetarian

Goat’s Milk Butter, Why Didn’t I Think of That?

Have you ever had one of those food Duh! Moments? When you wonder how in the heck you could have traveled so far down your gourmand path without coming across something so simple yet remarkable? Well, I had one of … Continue reading

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Falling for your Market

Temperatures are cooling by the day and the leaves have nearly all fallen onto the sun-warped earth.   Here in Boston the selections at the farmer’s markets are not only changing with the colors of the foliage, but they are also … Continue reading

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Fallternal Twin Soups

Pumpkins are not merely a favorite fall canvas for carving funny faces and frightful scenes, first and foremost these blazing orange bulbs are food (!). If you can look past their use as spooky porch decorations, and (bien sûr) their … Continue reading

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The Next Cheese Frontier: Halloumi

A guest blog by, Madeline McLean (sister) Since living in London, and traveling once to Syria, I have been involved in a some what serious love affair with a rather specific kind of cheese: halloumi.  Nicknamed appropriately as the “squeaky … Continue reading

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Jim’s Tomatillo Salsa

This delicious and very green (and I mean the color not the fad) recipe was passed on via my great uncle, Jim.  It’s a must try this time of year when tomatillos are in the height of their ripening.  Interestingly, … Continue reading

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