December 18, 2014 / 26th of Kislev, 5775
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Food

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    Friday, June 21, was the summer solstice, which is the official start of summer and the longest day of the year. (And we’re not talking “long” in the “I’ve been in line at the RMV all morning—longest day ever” Facebook status kind of way.) Last Friday,... Read More
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    Going on vacation? Let the Butcherie of Brookline come to you. To everyone who will be spending the summer or vacationing on Nantucket or Martha's Vineyard, we will deliver meats, poultry and other specialty items to you. Our delivery service will meet you at the Boat Pier at each... Read More
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    For Newton native Chloe Jankowitz, ice cream is serious business. She and her business partner, Sarah Hayes, are the creators of Scoopsies, a new homemade ice cream brand. In February, the two women set out to create 100 flavors in a year. As part of their challenge, they are hosting an ice cream... Read More
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    Let's Eat! You've learned to make challah, chicken, vegetables and potatoes. Now it's time to relax with a sweet dessert. Why not get the kids involved and work together to make this scrumptious (and super easy) chocolate chip cookie recipe that no one can resist? Chocolate Chip Cookies 2... Read More
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    When I was a kid, I had a stuffed animal that came with me everywhere. From September to May, Super Skunk would sleep in my bed and come to school in my backpack. But come June, I’d leave him in my bedroom and break out my favorite summer toy: a banged-up plastic ice-cream maker adorned... Read More
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    Burgers are blank canvases that I usually paint with the same colors: ketchup, mustard, and pickles. But recently, I had a burger epiphany. A few weeks ago, a college friend, Madeline, and her boyfriend, Jamie, came to visit from the West Coast. It was a clear night, so we decided to grill... Read More
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    The days are longer, the grills are hot, and Father’s Day is just around the corner. You know what that means—hot dog season is upon us! But with so many brands available, how are you supposed to decide which dog to make the star of your cookout? I decided to hold an informal tasting... Read More
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    According to the forecast, we’re on the verge of the first heat wave of the season, during which I plan to avoid consuming any and all hot foods. That means chilled soups, beer, and this summery yogurt parfait. This refreshing breakfast is a riff on a dish from Sofra Bakery and Cafe in... Read More
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    Let's Eat! You've mastered the roasted chicken and potatoes and may have even tried your luck at braiding challah. Now it’s time to add one of these scrumptious vegetable sides to your repertoire to make your Shabbat dinner complete. Roasted Carrots Serves 4 1 pound carrots, peeled... Read More
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    To many, Memorial Day is the unofficial kick-off to grilling season. But according to the weather forecast, it’s also going to kick off some rainstorms that may move the celebration indoors. I don’t mean to jinx it—I’m hoping for an unexpectedly sunny day as much as you... Read More
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