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Angela Spalding: the Marblehead Preserver

By |December 10th, 2015|

I’ll bet you’ve never had a jam like Angela’s. Seriously. Unless of course you grew up in the country, passing summer mornings picking baskets of fresh berries at the local fruit farm. If you happened […]

Yes you CAN!

By |December 10th, 2015|

Remember all those times you saw a sign that said NO GLASS ALLOWED? Because I do. Think about it, you and your friends are packed into the car ready for your day: music is going, […]

Put down the chips and go nuts!

By |December 10th, 2015|

In a time where cutting out processed and GMO filled foods is on the rise, we all need more healthy but delicious options when it comes to grabbing that quick snack to keep us going. […]

Raise a (really) nice glass!

By |December 10th, 2015|

I always love recommending great values (aka wines under $20), but this time of year I often get requests for something a little more special. Here are 3 truly special wines that are sure to […]

Favorite North Shore Farmer’s Markets

By |July 1st, 2015|

Nothing says summer quite like a bag over your shoulder filled to the brim with fresh, local, grown with care, picked with love pro­duce, am I right? I savor the oppor­tu­nity to pick up the […]

Getting Crafty in Somerville

By |June 20th, 2015|

The custom con­crete bar at Slumbrew’s new Boynton Yards American Fresh Brewery and Taproom in Somerville is studded with 192 stars. Each star rep­re­sents one spe­cial person in the “Slumbassador” galaxy who helped Somerville Brewing […]

Summer Entertaining Made Simple

By |May 28th, 2015|

Memorial Day marks the begin­ning of a mag­ical North Shore summer jam-packed with beach days, bar­be­ques, wine on the deck, and cruises on the boat. It’s a time of get-togethers galore and fre­quent spur of […]

Gifts for Grads

By |May 2nd, 2015|

It’s that time of year again. As the weather gets warm and the school year draws to a close, we all know someone who’s cel­e­brating his or her last day, prep­ping for col­lege, the work­force, […]