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About eSS&SC

The South Shore and South Coast has been home to hunting, gathering, fishing, farming––and great eating––for over 10,000 years. We are committed to identifying, devouring, and sharing all that Southeastern Massachusetts has to offer today and preserving local options for future generations.

Raw Milk Cheese Appreciation Day 2017

This Saturday more than seven hundred events will take place all over the globe with one common purpose – to celebrate raw milk cheeses! From France to New Zealand, Boston to Los Angeles, thousands of curd lovers will mark April … Continue reading

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With all the ‘farm goodness’ on marketing materials, we asked if meal kit companies deliver on their ‘small farm’ promise, the results were not that surprising. Continue reading

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River Herring: Past, Present, Future

Herring are a foundation of the marine food chain and are critical to sustaining the species we humans love to eat. Continue reading

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Ferment It : Carrots

I don’t know about you, but I HATE wasting food. Continue reading

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Volunteer Bloggers Wanted

Enjoy cooking? Writing? Eating? Join the ranks of eSS contributors. We are seeking volunteer bloggers to write about our local food community. Explore your passion, share with our readers, and build your portfolio. We are looking for people willing to … Continue reading

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Local bakers rise to the allergen-free, gluten-free challenge! A favorite article updated for February 2017! Sweet indulgences. For those with food allergies or other dietary restrictions, finding a place to purchase those scrumptious cakes, cupcakes, cookies, and pastries can be … Continue reading

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When it comes to the future of beer in New Bedford, call us thirsty. Moby Dick Brewing Company is coming to the corners of Union and South Water Streets. Continue reading

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 “STOP TRYING TO SAVE THE WORLD!” (AND OTHER PESKY RESOLUTIONS) A few years ago I was more than ready for the New Year. In contrast to previous celebrations, I was equipped with an amazing resolution. I could hardly wait for … Continue reading

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The Culinary Saga of My Godmother’s Lasagna

Keeping holiday memories alive and cooking from a recipe shared over half a century ago. Continue reading

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Christmas Eve Tourtiere

The pinnacle of our family’s annual party calendar was the réveillon (literally, “awakening”), the raucous feast that followed midnight mass and ushered in Christmas Day. I remember high excitement at first being allowed to attend the grown-up event, coupled with … Continue reading

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