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Perennial Plate’s “A Day in India” Video

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I love this video. The music, the cinematography, the editing, the rhythm of it… it’s just great. Hats off to the folks who made it at Perennial Plate. And the food! Who wants Indian after watching this? I do!!

What I’m Thankful for in 2012, and Wishes for 2013

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Happy New Year! And so we begin a year the Mayans thought would never come, 2013.  As a general rule, I don’t make New Year’s resolutions. Resolutions are like fad diets — anyone can stick to them for a few weeks or so, but sooner […]

“Code four, code four, we’ve got a fruit preserve situation.”

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Somewhere in the Boston area today, a lucky person probably enjoyed homemade raspberry jam and beach plum jelly from Martha’s Vineyard, courtesy of yours truly. In my infinite wisdom, I packed the jellies in my bag for my flight home from Boston’s Logan Airport.  Thought […]

A Documentary Worth Savoring: “Step Up to the Plate”

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The documentaries “Step Up to the Plate” and “Jiro Dreams of Sushi” have a few things in common; both touch on the relationships between fathers and sons, the elusive pursuit of perfection and the idea of food as an art form. And both feature chefs […]

When Your Office Kitchen Smells Like a Fish Factory

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Say hypothetically, a co-worker makes a habit of microwaving fish at lunch; and not relatively odorless fish like tilapia or catfish — I’m talking the stinky stuff. Say this co-worker has been napalming your office more enthusiastically than Robert Duvall in “Apocalypse Now,” with the […]