As a graduate student, I studied the 20th century expat Americans who lived in Europe between and around the two world wars, but it wasn’t until my former roommate and awesome friend… 716 more words
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It is no secret amongst my family that bread has never exactly been my strong suit in the kitchen. My uncle likes to recall a particular thanksgiving at which I made the rolls; the term hockey pucks was a teasing (albeit accurate) description of my results. 581 more words
I happened to find myself on this block around lunch time and as somehow I had never previously visited Jaleo, decided it was a perfect time. 507 more words
Arthur P. Motta, Jr.
Curator, New Bedford & Old Dartmouth History.
In August 2014, the Massachusetts Legislature passed a law aimed at creating a “coordinated program to market seafood landed in the commonwealth and to take other actions to increase consumer demand and preference for local seafood products, to support the commonwealth’s fishing and seafood industry and the residents and communities that benefit from these activities.” More than seven years in the making, the promotional effort officially kicked off on August 7 at the 2016 Boston Seafood Festival with the launch of the 1,840 more words
The James Beard Foundation seems to be everywhere in the food world with its awards, culinary events and media presence especially on the food channels. Just mention any of today’s hot chefs and their names are usually prefaced by the term 725 more words
This past Saturday, July 23th I attended the 26th annual James Beard Foundation’s Chefs and Champagne Summer tasting party. The event which raises funds for the philanthropic work of the Foundation, featured over 40 Chefs serving food many from JBF awarding winning restaurants. 396 more words