thing: I'm kind of a secret, Grade-A hermit. Not a hermit in a traditional sense
of course, but more of a lounging afficianado. I do booze around and let my
proverbial hair down way more than my paycheck allows, yes, but it's this thing
where, if you were to hold up my favorite pair of sweats and a free press dinner
side-by-side, for one embarassing and shameful minute I will actually consider
Honey with a conscience never tasted so sweet, and so diverse.
Well, that didn't last long.
Did you enjoy Boston's First Annual Food Truck Festival earlier this month? We sure did, as did the thousands of hungry Bostonians who flocked to Harrison Avenue in search of tacos, hot dogs, cupcakes, and other meals on wheels. So we were totally psyched to hear this huge news from the SoWa Open Market crew today: starting August 29, food trucks will be in SoWa every Sunday through October (when the market goes into hibernation mode).
Holy crap. For foodies who read our pages, it must look
like a streak of DiMaggio-like proportions.
First came Basho: a rare four-star review from ROBERT NADEAU, the
Phoenix’s long-time restaurant critic, who is known to be frugal with
The next week, shockingly, he submitted another four-star review: for Stoddard's Fine Food and Ale
This is really too crazy adorable to pass up reposting, and a bit weird.
Have you ever been so full that your favorite food doesn't even look appealing?
Eat me Seymour!
See more crazy cute photos of this impala and a pack of cheetahs getting snuggly
Sorry! I couldn't resist...
After watching Food Inc. this passed Thanksgiving weekend and becoming horrified at not only the treatment of the animals but the effects it has on humans as well, I realized many of us do not realize where our food is coming from. I'm not going to recap the documentary, though it's well worth your time, I just wanted to give a little extra insight.