Edible Boston Is Good Enough To Read

We’re truly embarrassed to admit that until last week when The Kitchn ran a piece about it, we had no idea that Edible Boston existed. The magazine, which is part of the Edible Communities network, celebrates the foodways of the greater Boston region (Cape Cod and Rhode Island have their own magazines).

Edible Boston’s Winter 2008 issue is currently available for free (!!!) at specialty stores and restaurants around the city, and it’s an excellent read. We’re especially fond of the recipe for mayonnaise-free deviled eggs, a piece about women over 50 who started food businesses, and an article about local food history. We strongly recommend picking up a copy. You can do so at UpStairs on the Square, so why not treat yourself to a nice meal while you’re there, you local foodie, you.

Don’t Miss This! Edible Communities and Edible Boston, Winter 2008 [The Kitchn]
Edible Boston [Official Site]
UpStairs on the Square [Official Site]

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