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When my husband Richard and I journeyed with our daughters and friends to Italy in 2012, I realized that the time we spent together––especially the cooking and dining together––was life changing. I call it a “soulful shift in my life’s direction.” Continue reading
Not only do meal kits take all the spontaneity out of cooking, but they fly in the face of all ethics we value and cherish. Continue reading
Share your love of edible South Shore & South Coast! We’re planning our 2017 schedule and we’d love to increase the number of great stories we print in edible South Shore & South Coast. To do that, we need your help … Continue reading
Interested in an entertaining distraction from the winter doldrums? Buoy the Winter Blues may be just what you need to set you sailing toward spring. Brainchild of Gay Gillespie, a longtime supporter of Westport River Watershed Alliance (WRWA), Buoy the … Continue reading
Want to take the sting out of a long winter? As the cool weather sets in, take advantage of indoor time and learn a new hobby. If you’ve ever considered bee’ing a beekeeper, or just want a better understanding of … Continue reading
By The Elves at edible South Shore & South Coast Magazine We hope this edible Gift Guide will bring you in touch with local makers, shops, eateries and small businesses who feed, clothe, and delight locavore shoppers: art galleries and … Continue reading
By Paula Marcoux For this Storey [Publishing] author, 2014 was a big year. In support of the release of my book, Cooking with Fire, I traveled the country meeting scores of interesting people and making cooking fires in (or in … Continue reading
The best backyard bouquets have an easy hand-picked appearance as if they were just gathered and plopped in a vase without too much fuss. Continue reading