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Learn about the newest Ark of Taste product, the Bradford Watermelon. http://youtu.be/ljFJJ4kcNqU The Bradford Watermelon Story – Mind of a Chefwww.youtube.comDr. David Shields from the Carolina Gold Rice Foundation tells the story of the Bradford Watermelon.
Woah… We're going to have fresh scallops this week. #loveourfoodshed
How many of our Facebook followers are shopping local this holiday season? We can't think of a better time to #ShiftYourShopping and support neighborhood shops!
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Don't miss today's cookbook signing with Karen Covey! Her newly released book,…
Don't miss today's cookbook signing with Karen Covey! Her newly released book, The Coastal Table, looks amazing! Stop by Dewey Square between 12-1:30 today to meet Karen and get some great recipe ideas.
Amy McCoy, author of Poor Girl Gourmet, says of Coastal Table, "Karen Covey has perfectly captured the spirit of the Farm Coast. Whether sharing her knowledge of local ingredients, the stories behind our favorite food artisans and purveyors, recipes from our favorite chefs, or her own delectable recipes, The Coastal Table is a celebration of the bounty of the region, its unique flavors, and the coastal lifestyle."
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The Boston Public Market
A permanent year-round market providing foods from local growers and producers is coming to Boston.