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Tim Vidra

Gravlax — Lot18

  We have all seen it packaged in the store or on that Sunday buffet — lox, which is salmon cured in salt, also known as gravlax. The process of making it originated with fisherman in the middle ages who would pack… [Read more…]

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Tim Vidra

Mint Ice Cubes

This time of year is really where the fruits of your labor from early spring are starting to pay off in the garden. Here are 5 of my favorite creative and refreshing cocktails to think about as you unwind from your day, enjoy with friends and neighbors, or kick off the start to your vacations. [Read more…]

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Bonnie Graves

One of my best friends from high school went to Tuscany in her 20s and met her future husband – a nice Jewish boy from Florida. Italy is like that. Its culture is predicated on love: love of beauty, love… [Read more…]

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Bonnie Graves

Sparkling wines are inherently festive – from wedding celebrations to Valentine’s romance to toasting Dick Clark for yet another Rockin’ New Year’s Eve, we tend to wait for a “big” occasion to uncork something carbonated. That’s a shame, because bubbly… [Read more…]

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Eric Lawrence Brown

Early in my career, I worked for a small, family-owned cheese shop in the suburbs of Boston. In my time there, the Wasik family imparted a great deal of their wisdom. I learned about gourmet food, cooking, and, of course,… [Read more…]

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