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The food I eat, the books I read + the places I go.
Rooftop Gourmet new
Pairing cool wines with different recipes and dishes from my South Boston apartment. All the wines are affordable and can be found at my wine shop in Newton, MA.
"A diary reviewing eating establishments in and around Boston, MA as well as a journal documenting the authors own cooking under takings."
"Our mission is to share our passion for travel, wine, and food so that you might also be able to enjoy some of these greatest of life's indulgences. We do not claim to be experts in these areas, but we have a solid wealth of knowledge that will continue to expand as our life experiences evolve and change. Our goal is to consistently provide refreshing and honest opinions on how to get the most value for your money -- whether traveling to a foreign country or shopping for a bottle of Cabernet at your local liquor store -- as well as when we think it's absolutely worth it to splurge."
"I'm a graduate of the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts and I currently teach cooking all over the Boston area. Amuse Bouche is full of recipes, places to shop around new England, local specialties and occasionally getting my husband or the teens I teach to try a new food item. Never an easy task."
Bake-en is a blog focused primarily on baking.
Exploring Boston area bars one social lubricant at a time. Includes bar and drink reviews as well as anthropological observations and insights about the customers, bartenders and servers who supply entertainment even if the drinks suck.
"A one man mission to review the Boston Area restaurants."
This and that about Boston and surrounding neighborhoods and more.
"I find myself thinking of food."
"Boston Beer Bars is a blog dedicated to uncovering the greatest bars and beers that Boston has to offer."
"A Boston food blog. Ever been to a restaurant only to find that the food is bordering on bad and a total waste of money? With this blog you'll get to see real photos (not photoshopped!) and experience it like a real person not some food critic who gets the full treatment."
"The hip, the happening and the kid-friendly of the Boston food world. Restaurant reviews, recommendations, food talk, rants and raves."
"For a bit more sophisticated palates with recipes and news in and around Boston and across Europe."
"Boston Gnaw is dedicated to finding, discussing, and rambling about food in Boston and New York whether it's take-out, hole-in-the-wall, bar, restaurant, or hot dog stand--I'll find something to say about it, probably."
"A blog on the Boston restaurant scene, including new stories, events, and reviews."
"Blog focused on restaurant and travel reviews, recipes, eating/buying locally, and related topics. Restaurants are primarily Boston and the surrounding communities in Eastern MA; travel posts - sporadic - are nationwide."
Jonah Feld goes around town eating burritos - and blogging about them.
"C. Paul writes Restaurant Reviews/Lifestyle Subjects."
"Cave Cibum is a Boston food blog - reviews of local restaurants and products as well as homemade goods."
"Chronicle of everything food from Charlestown, Massachusetts.:
Focusing on the sprightly cliche choice for a first date for the 1990s college kid – dinner and a movie.
"They say you should eat to live, not live to eat. I say, I beg to differ. Dish This! Boston is all about living to eat-- the magic of restaurants, the enjoyment of food, the life of a foodie. It's about the who what and where of the Boston dining scene. So pull up a chair, grab a fork, and get the dish!"
"Local public relations professional with a flare for all things food."
"Drinkboston.com is about where and how to drink well in the Boston area. Drinkboston.com is written by Lauren Clark, a freelance journalist and former bartender and brewer, with input from a research team headed by fellow barfly Scott Howe, several Boston-area bartenders, and other assorted experts of the Boston bar scene."
"A Boston area food/restaurant blog with crappy camera phone pictures!"
As a foodie, patron of the arts, fashionista, avid swing dancer, and of course a biologist, I'll be exploring all that Beantown has to offer. I'll be sure to share my observations and insights along the way.
"Rants and raves concerning where we eat and drink in Cambridge and Boston."
"A blog about food, wine, and cooking. It includes step-by-step images for recipes as well as links to quirky food news items."
"The Food Monkey strives to be one of the best Boston area food blogs, and offers thoughts about cooking, food news, restaurant trends, and any other Epicurean issues that happen to strike our fancy. The Food Monkey also has restaurant reviews, primarily in the Boston area, with reports from NYC and other locations we happen to visit. The Food Monkey will always discuss what tastes good, but not always what is in good taste."
"Offering a selection of family-friendly trips with great foodie finds, restaurant reviews in Greater Boston and recipes for those of us that don't want chicken nuggets every night."
"Written by an ex-NYC banker, this blog details the dining scene in the Boston and NYC area."
The cooking and photography adventures of a twenty-something girl in the Boston area.
"Celebrate your sweet tooth! Get a taste for baked goods and other goodies around Boston by exploring the well-known and unknown treats as sampled by a self-described fussy eater. Preference is given towards places and items you may have never heard of or thought of trying."
"I am on an endless quest to bring you the best in food. Restaurants great and small. Recipes upscale and homegrown. Ingredients simple and exotic. And markets specialized and all over the map."
"A blog about growing, cooking and eating food."
"Fun food facts, events and adventures in the Boston area."
I live in Cambridge and I love eating out. I try to scope out new restaurants and I write honesty about all my experiences. I also like cooking and photography, so you'll see a lot of that on this blog as well.
"Tartine Gourmande was a great name for me because of the two ideas combined. Tartine is a slice of bread with a spread on top (the verb Tartiner means 'To spread something over something else') — and I love to eat those improvised tartines a la bonne franquette - and gourmande is the feminine noun of gourmand, which designates anyone who cannot resist food - me?"
"Leather District Gourmet blogs about food (mostly) and posts about the expanded offerings at the Farmers' Market in Dewey Square (South Station)."
Leather District/Financial District
A Recipe and Foodie Blog.
Boston restaurant news and reviews.
Usenet newsgroup focusing on restaurants and food in the Boston area.
The personality behind Nella Pasta, an artisinal food business specializing in homemade pasta. The Nella Blog serves as a platform to talk about the logistics of starting a specialty foods company, a cookbook to share photos and details of our test recipes, and a newsletter to inform our customers and fans what we'll be offering at the market, how me made it, and suggestions on how to serve it.
"I'm not a professional chef and neither are you! I'm a barely over 30 single guy on the Mass north shore who loves to cook, bar hop, share stories and have fun!"
"This is a diary on food sustainability, local and global food security and justice, and vulnerable livelihoods. This is also a food journey and culture fusion about cooking, exploring farmer's markets, seasonal and locally grown organic foods, and eating with a conscience."
"Reviews of the Somerville food scene. Three anonymous visits minimum."
Life with celiac disease.
"A blog about a young girl's life and a gluten-free lifestyle."
"I would rather bake tortes than study torts."
"Centered around the Italian kitchen, this blog also talks about things to do in Boston, food, drinks, entertainment, nightlife and more."
"A site local to the Boston, MA area, provides not only local restaurant reviews, but offers simple and delicious recipes as well as different techniques of cooking simple food."
A visual guide to food and cooking, featuring step-by-step recipes and lots and lots of photography.
"The Salted Cod is a Boston area food blog following the culinary adventures of a brother and sister team. We've been blogging away since April of '06 with topics ranging from greasy burgers to our local CSA share. Check us out and drop us a line. Who knows we might even feed you someday!"
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A blog that focuses on quality deals at quality places in the Boston, Cambridge, and Somerville areas.
"Finding good vegetarian eats in Boston."
"Watch us, two 20-something Bostonians, as we cook, eat, shop, and learn to live life to the fullest. We are not Martha Stewart. But that doesn't mean we aren't going to try...it will be a FABULOUS thing."
103 Terrace St.
I wanted to write about my experiences of being a young professional in Boston. A young professional who is serious about food, wine, restaurants, classy bars and good entertainment. I'm not trying to be a food critic or a connoisseur by any means, but I do want to give a good solid perspective of the good, bad and ugly in Boston.
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