Edible Boston Magazine, Winter 2023 (#68)

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  • Cusk and miso chowder with wakame
    • Categories: Soups; Stocks; Winter
    • Ingredients: kombu; wakame; bacon; onions; carrots; celery; Yukon Gold potatoes; cusk fillets; miso; scallions
  • Mussels with tomato, saffron and garlic toast
    • Categories: Quick / easy; Main course; Winter
    • Ingredients: sourdough bread; garlic; saffron threads; dry white wine; mussels; canned diced tomatoes; butter; shallots; cilantro
  • Monkfish cutlets with orzo
    • Categories: Pasta, doughs & sauces; Main course; Winter
    • Ingredients: orzo pasta; Swiss chard; heavy cream; lemons; monkfish fillets; flour; eggs; panko breadcrumbs
  • Pan-fried skate with cauliflower Grenobloise
    • Categories: Sauces for fish; Main course; Winter; French
    • Ingredients: cauliflower; semolina flour; skate wings; neutral oil of your choice; butter; capers; lemons; flat-leaf parsley
  • Celery root soup with fennel and apples
    • Categories: Soups; Winter; Vegetarian
    • Ingredients: fennel; garlic; thyme; stock of your choice; leeks; celery root; apples; light cream
  • Local wheat berry salad with beets, blue cheese, kale and roasted apple vinaigrette
    • Categories: Dressings & marinades; Salads; Main course; Side dish; Winter; Vegetarian
    • Ingredients: beets; thyme; wheat berries; kale; blue cheese; Marcona almonds; Honeycrisp apples; olive oil; honey; sage; apple cider vinegar; apple cider; whole grain mustard
  • Braised chicken legs with winter vegetables
    • Categories: Stews & one-pot meals; Main course; Winter
    • Ingredients: chicken leg quarters; rutabagas; carrots; parsnips; onions; garlic; chicken stock; kale; thyme
  • Braised pear salad with candied ginger vinaigrette
    • Categories: Dressings & marinades; Salads; Side dish; Winter; Vegetarian
    • Ingredients: butternut squash; ground cinnamon; pears; pomegranate juice; honey; roasted salted pumpkin seeds; baby spinach; Savoy cabbage; rice wine vinegar; whole grain mustard; crystallized ginger
  • Spiced yogurt chicken with crunchy winter slaw
    • Categories: Dressings & marinades; Salads; Side dish; Winter
    • Ingredients: yogurt; fresh ginger; scallions; garam masala; boneless skinless chicken breasts; napa cabbage; kohlrabi; red onions; red peppers; cilantro; jalapeño chiles; whole grain mustard; apple cider vinegar; pomegranate seeds
  • Homemade eggnog
    • Categories: Cocktails / drinks (with alcohol); Cooking ahead; Christmas; Cooking for a crowd; Winter; Entertaining & parties; American
    • Ingredients: eggs; bourbon; Cognac; heavy cream; milk
  • Tom & Jerrys
    • Categories: Cocktails / drinks (with alcohol); Christmas; Cooking for a crowd; Winter; Entertaining & parties
    • Ingredients: eggs; sugar; aged rum; ground cloves; nutmeg; ground allspice; spirit of your choice; milk
    • Categories: Main course; Winter; Russian
    • Ingredients: all-purpose flour; eggs; ground meat; onions; sour cream
    • Categories: Side dish; Snacks; Winter; Indian; Vegetarian
    • Ingredients: puff pastry; potatoes; peas; curry powder; ground ginger; ground cumin; ground coriander; garlic salt; garam masala

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  • Published Dec 01 2022
  • Format Magazine
  • Page Count 73
  • Language English
  • Countries United States

Publishers Text

Over the past 15 years, Boston has seen a re-birth of interest in food. Whether it’s the opening of a farmers market in your town, the interest chefs have in using and giving recognition to local products on their menus, or the increase in specialty/gourmet food stores, we are seeing an emphasis on seasonal foods and local products. We at Edible Boston want to help support this renaissance.

Our publication and website will be a resource for finding out what’s new, what’s available locally, and an introduction to the people instrumental in bringing about the change. Isn’t it time you knew about the farmer at your local farm stand?

Although it is called Edible Boston, we include Essex, Middlesex, Worcester, Suffolk, and Norfolk counties, as they are major contributors to our region and the food culture of Boston. How could we talk about seafood in Boston without learning about the fishing industry in Gloucester and Ipswich?

Join us in Celebrating the abundance of local foods, season by season .