October 8, 2015 / 25th of Tishrei, 5776
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    After 15 years (!) of planning, the Boston Public Market has finally opened its doors to lots of excitement and publicity. The Market is the new home to 37 permanent vendors—and a handful of semi-permanent sellers—peddling everything from farm-fresh ingredients and cheeses to... Read More
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    There’s no going back now. The die has been cast, the UN Security Council has approved the deal, and it seems like the Iran Deal is an unstoppable force as Congress prepares to fight it out over the next two months. In the spirit of bipartisanship… well, no, more like in the... Read More
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    Kitchn Synch delivers kosher meals to your doorstep There’s a delicate contradiction in home kitchens these days: People are cooking more at home, but they’re also busier than ever. The compromise is seeking out quick meals that home cooks can prepare themselves, which is... Read More
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    Over the last three years as JewishBoston.com’s food blogger, I’ve shared some of my favorite summer recipes. Some I’ve come up with on my own, while others were inspired by dishes I saw in restaurants, cookbooks or friends’ kitchens. Since summer is officially in... Read More
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    There are lots of ways to dress up ice cream. You can drizzle it with caramel or hot fudge, or roll it in a magic chocolate shell or any number of toppings. But the cone—the loyal vehicle that keeps your hands away from the sticky sweet on a hot summer day—is usually left... Read More
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    If you could only eat one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be? For me, the answer is simple: sandwiches! I know it’s a broad category and an answer that probably won’t be a surprise to readers of this blog. (See evidence here, here and here.) There’s... Read More
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    I get a kick out of the recommended Father’s Day gifts advertised this time of year. They assume every father is a beer-swilling, golf-playing, grill-manning carnivore. My dad is no vegetarian, but he doesn’t drink beer, prefers boxing over golf, and goes as far as turning on... Read More
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    One event I look forward to every year is Taste of Allston, a food fest hosted by Allston Village Main Streets. (Full disclosure: I recently joined the board of AVMS, but I’ve been eating myself silly at this event for years.) This year’s installment is being held... Read More
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    A few weeks ago, I went to the Arnold Arboretum for the annual Mother’s Day Lilac Festival. It was a perfect day: lots of families, lots of dogs, and a one-day lift on the Arboretum’s gently enforced ban on picnic food. Instead of surreptitiously sneaking food into the... Read More
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    Matt Pultman, left, and Ari Kendall Rami’s in Coolidge Corner is a Boston kosher food institution. Now Matt Pultman and Ari Kendall are taking the show on the road. I asked them about the process of getting a kosher food truck up and running. It seemed like the... Read More
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