Tag Archive: Butternut Squash

A Little Word on Gluten-Free Friendsgiving

…So there may have been a cheese board with Cranberry Walnut bread I flew home with me from La Farm Bakery, in North Carolina, that I have kept frozen for a special occasion.… Continue reading

A Little Word on TerraVITA Food & Wine Festival [The Traveling Bite]

“The biggest part of TerraVITA,” founder and director Colleen Minton tells me, “is that we focus on being mindful.” The extensive Food & Wine Festival, built on the foundation of the words for… Continue reading

A Little Word On Pop Cakes

No, I don’t mean cake pops  and no, I don’t mean rice cakes – although they are technically the latter. Made from a multi-grain combination of rice, corn, and wheat, these crisp, puffy… Continue reading

Where to Bite Healthy Mediterranean – Chandler, AZ [The Traveling Bite]

Hello, all, I wanted to start this off by saying – I know this is a little late, and I sincerely wish it weren’t.  But if there is one thing I’ve learned this… Continue reading

Where to Bite Harvard Square – Harvest [Cambridge, MA]

For the past three days, I have been house-sitting in one of the most beautiful Victorian houses in Cambridge.  In addition to my responsibilities, which mostly include keeping the cat and various tropical… Continue reading

Where to Bite Vegetarian Fusion – NYC [The Traveling Bite]

Hello again! For those of you who didn’t get my Facebook update [and if you didn’t, you should like LWB for the latest buzz] I was on a whirlwind adventure in New York… Continue reading

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

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