Monthly Archives: June 2013

A Game of X’s & O’s: XO Cafe’s Approach to the Farm Fresh Movement

Lately we have been seeing more and more restaurants taking a farm-to-table approach when it comes to creating their menu. With the use of locally, harvested ingredients, places like Local 121, Farmstead, and Nicks on Broadway are food forces to … Continue reading

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Sir Kensington & The Gentlemen’s Lobster Roll

I love getting packages in the mail. Especially when it’s from the good brethren of the Sir Kensington camp. Now, if you’re unfamiliar with the Sir Kensington brand, keep in mind they aren’t just another condiment company, rather Rare Spice Merchants. Simply put, … Continue reading

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5 Reasons Why You Should Attend The American Craft Beer Fest

Since 2007, the Alström Brothers have been coordinating and running one of the premier beer festivals in the country, The American Craft Beer Fest. Every year the lineup of craft breweries seems to get larger, and so do the crowds. This past … Continue reading

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Sun, Fun, and Seafood: What You Missed at the Great Chowder Cook-Off

The Great Chowder Cook-Off is the longest running competition of its kind. For over 30 years, this event has featured Chowder recipes from across the country, with competitors all vying for the highly coveted crown. Chefs all the way from … Continue reading

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