Monthly Archive: October, 2012

A Little Word on the Boston Vegetarian Food Festival

The Boston Vegetarian Food Festival is the longest-running event of its kind in the country, and it was back this weekend for a tremendous celebration of natural living. Hundreds of exhibitors met to… Continue reading

Kaleidoscope Chard Salad with Rice and Toasted Garbanzos – CYOB

Create Your Own Bite #13 For Kaleidoscope Chard Salad (1 serving): 1 Tsp Canola Oil Salt and Pepper, To Taste Pinch of Crushed Red Pepper Flakes 1 Clove Garlic, Minced 2 Cups Chopped… Continue reading

Where to Bite, and Listen – The Beehive [Boston, MA]

After dining at The Beehive, in Boston’s very trendy South End, I knew I had to share about it for my next Where to Bite. It’s not the kind of restaurant I’d typically… Continue reading

A Little Word on the Boston Local Food Festival

The Rose Kennedy Greenway today was flooded with 40,000 vendors, chefs, exhibitors, and local participants, all gathered to share and support local products and sustainable living. Now in its third year, the Boston… Continue reading

Crispy Polenta with Zesty Peach Corn Salsa – CYOB [A Double-Dip Day]

Create Your Own Bite #12 Crispy Polenta with Zesty Peach Salsa For the Polenta:  1/4 Cup of Polenta-Style or Fine Cornmeal 3/4 – 1 Cup of Water 1/4 Teaspoon Salt 1/4 Teaspoon Canola… Continue reading

A Little Word on Corn [A Double-Dip Day]

As it has always been an abundant, cheap crop, corn has a legacy of sustenance throughout the history of civilization. “That which sustains life,” as it is known by Native Americans, has been… Continue reading