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Brains & Beauts of Boston

Cooking Architecture | Swiss Chard Table Runner

In this holiday season of giving, I remember how much love, inspiration, and laughs our friends, and especially our girlfriends, give us everyday.  This fall, I hosted a dinner called “Brains & Beauts of Boston” to celebrate some of the incredible ladies that I have met in my short time in Boston. I wanted them...

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New England Cranberry Bog

The white monotone sky and the grey trees without leaves provided a blank canvas that contrasted the bright red berries, floating in perfect circles.  The individual berries were so small, but together with the small green flecks of leaves dotting the surface they made an ever-changing composition in the water. Recently, we had the opportunity...

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Pear Pancakes with Whiskey Maple Syrup

“It moves forward because of you. It moves forward because you reaffirmed the spirit that has triumphed over war and depression, the spirit that has lifted this country from the depths of despair to the great heights of hope, the belief that while each of us will pursue our own individual dreams, we are an...

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Cast Iron Skillet Cornbread with Jalepeno Honey Butter

Once again, the time that we have to spend away from each other has begun. We all know that we are in the places that we want to be, doing the things we were meant to do. At times, the distance and the sadness of being in different places makes us nostalgic for the way...

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Fried Clams and Fall Leaves

Thank you all for your creative suggestions for our Thanksgiving pie! We will have to keep you in suspense about which one we chose. In the mean time, while you are eating lots of turkey and pie, here is a little story to tide you over… The fresh lobster signs tempted us at every little...

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Apple Galette

Two weekends ago, before Claire’s arrival, I took a trip to New Hampshire to pick apples at a local farm. I drove out with several friends on a brisk Saturday morning and arrived at a beautiful farm overflowing with fall produce. There were all kinds of pumpkins, squash, tomatoes, and other delicious things, but most...

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Cappuccinos

The nights are getting colder, the leaves are starting to change color, slowly but surely, and fall produce is filling Findlay Market.  During rainy afternoons, when we should be working diligently on our next design project, all I want to do is wrap a blanket around me and enjoy a homemade cappuccino made by Juan. ...

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