Category Archives: Local

The Snows of 2015

Well…hello, side mirror! Brady to Gronk…

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The Perfect Nut

I have eaten almonds all my life. I’ve enjoyed them sliced, slivered, and whole. I’ve had them blanched, honey-roasted, and covered in chocolate. I’ve eaten them fresh from the farmer in San Rafael, California. I’ve scooped them from a heap … Continue reading

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Plodding not Walking

Longteine and Kenthao de Monteiro, founders of The Elephant Walk restaurants in Cambridge, Brookline, and Waltham grew up in the privileged class in Cambodia—he was a diplomat. They fled to safety in France when the Khmer Rouge took over their … Continue reading

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A Doctor’s Oath: The Story of Dr. Mohammed Ahmed Eisa Here’s a profile I wrote about Dr. Mohammed Ahmed Eisa from Darfur for TheEditorial.com. “Legally, I couldn’t touch them, but ethically I had to, even if it put my life … Continue reading

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No Longer Chicken about Chicken

I went to Back to Basics cooking school at The Cambridge School of Culinary Arts a few years back and blogged about it for Misstropolis.com. The website no longer exists so I’m reprinting them here. Enjoy! Day Eight Chicken: versatile, economical, and … Continue reading

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Scrap the Barilla: Make Your Pasta from Scratch

I went to Back to Basics cooking school at The Cambridge School of Culinary Arts a few years back and blogged about it for Misstropolis.com. The website no longer exists so I’m reprinting them here. Enjoy! Day Seven What is it about … Continue reading

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The Secret to Perfect Sauces

I went to Back to Basics cooking school at The Cambridge School of Culinary Arts a few years back and blogged about it for Misstropolis.com. The website no longer exists so I’m reprinting them here. Enjoy! Day Six Shakespeare said, “The sauce … Continue reading

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