Category Food & Drink

Zucchini Pesto

I made this pesto a few (quite a few) weeks ago and meant to share it with you all! As the garden is just about ready to close up I thought I’d post it in case you still have a few bountiful herb plants growing in your backyard like we do. This was a dinner […]

Fair Trade: Counter Culture Coffee

I mentioned that I’d post about a few of Matt and my favorite fair trade products this month… and have completely failed to do so (is this month flying by or what?). So today, I wanted to share with you one of my all time favorite coffee brands: Counter Culture. Their coffee is so rich, […]

Veggiyana & A Moroccan Stew Recipe

Nothing says fall like some hearty squash and sweet potato stew. There’s something about the fall orange colors and flavors of squash and cinnamon that come together to form the perfect (healthy) comfort food. My friend Sarah and I went to a food demo last week at Trident Booksellers & Cafe and found an awesome recipe […]

October: Fair Trade Month

Hello and Happy October! Can you believe that it’s already that time of year? Walking around the city there are pumpkins appearing on front porches and Halloween decorations creeping their way into the mix. This time of year always gets me thinking about sweets… apple baked goods & Halloween candy are everywhere to be seen […]

Eat Boutique

Last weekend, a few of us went to Boston’s Autumn Eat Boutique! A little late on the posting (sorry, Matt’s been sick) but I promised I’d share a few pictures of the event! It’s supposed to be a dreary weekend here in Boston, but looking at these pictures just warms my soul with the memory. […]

Ginger Beer (non-alcoholic)

I’m quite certain that I just tasted my first sip of a new household staple here at the Denlinger residence: Ginger Beer. I have long been a lover of ginger and recently I’ve been using the fresh form (a root) to spice up  drinks I make in my juicer (Homemade Ginger Apple Soy’s, anyone?). I’ve […]

Rosemary Biscuits & a Honey story

Information on honey & bees have been popping up in my life everywhere, it seems. Although I am very much in active support of the local food movement and the benefits of it to our bodies & each regions success, I admit, that I never really thought much about the honey man (or woman) at […]