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We are so excited to announce that we are now seeking vendors for the year-round indoor Boston Public Market, slated to open in June of 2015! Visit our website for an application and please share with
Who knew there was such history behind the Hot Cross Bun? 5 Great Historical Myths And Traditions About Hot Cross Bunswww.smithsonianmag.comFrom solidifying friendships to driving evil spirits away, legends abound about these sweet dough balls…
"In 1592, Queen Elizabeth I decreed that hot cross buns could no longer be sold on any day except for Good Friday, Christmas or for burials. They were simply too special to be eaten any other
Follow The Honey, Inc. hosts author Marina Marchese of The Honey Connoisseur for a tasting, book signing, and reception Sat 4/19 from 5-8pm. Marchese received her training from the National Registry of Experts of Sensory Analysis
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Local food entrepreneurs, take note! "The $14.5 million Pearl Small Business Fo…
Local food entrepreneurs, take note!
"The $14.5 million Pearl Small Business Food Production Center, which will help startups and small food businesses get off the ground. CropCircleKitchen is leading the renovation of the 36,000-square-foot single story building, which was once home to the Pearl Meat Factory, into a shared, multi-tenant food production facility.
According to J.D. Kemp, founder and executive director of CropCircle Kitchen, the goals of the food production center will be to create 150 permanent jobs, promote entrepreneurship and small business development, build the infrastructure to support local food systems and improve access to locally produced, healthy food for low-income families.
Renovation work on the center is now underway and it is scheduled to be completed in April 2014."
Dorchester’s Quincy Street Corridor gets $100 million investment
Over a few short blocks of Quincy St. in Dorchester, beginning on Blue Hill Ave. and heading east to Columbia Rd., a push to revitalize the area is on full display with four major projects spread out on both sides of the street and close to $100 million designated for investment.