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Picnic Tartines

by Josephine Rozman
Four Summer Picnic Tartines Recipes

We love tartines. Even more so, we love tartines made with homemade bread and gorgeous ingredients. Josephine’s petite sandwiches have us ready to whip out the picnic-ware and hit the road. These are perfect for sophisticated alfresco dining or an exceptional lunch, and could easily be a star appetizer. The bread was made by and

Vermont is for (Pie) Lovers

by Maggie Battista
Vermont is for (Pie) Lovers

I ran off to Vermont a few weeks ago. I did not pass Go. I did not collect two hundred dollars. But unlike my favorite board game (ever), on the other end of the two plus hour drive, I found (pie) heaven. I escaped to have a little family time, take long walks with the

Beef, Stout and Oyster Pie

by Sean St. John
Beef, Stout and Oyster Pie

Now that it’s finally summer, we’re eating raw oysters like mad. With a beer or a glass of cold wine, they’re supreme. We asked Sean to share a unique way to use that ocean-like flavor, and he has spared no expense in sharing an old English recipe. I want to make a dozen of these

Killer Scallion Kimchi (Part 2)

by Angela Brown
What They Eat: Killer Scallion Kimchi

A fridge full of quick wins is what keeps us all going. After long days running a super successful New York City food business, Angela piles this on top of her humble dinner and, wow, when can we have some? If you missed Angela’s first post on the trials and loves of starting a food

Owning a NYC Food Business is Grand, and Other Lies Pinterest Told Me (Part 1)

by Angela Brown
Owning a NYC Food Business is Grand, and Other Lies Pinterest Told Me (Part 1)

  Oh, Angela. Over the last seven years of running little old Eat Boutique, I’ve felt many of the same emotions. I’ve found a kindred spirit in between Angela’s words and sentences, painful and inspiring. If you want to start a food business, read this first. (And, Angela, I owe you a beer sometime to

A Trio of Tapas

by Sean St. John
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In our continuing recap from Sean’s trip to Andalucía, we begged him for tapas recipes. These are three simple tapas dishes you can create right now, with face turned toward a bit of sun and blushing from a glass or two of something strong. -Maggie Traditionally, tapas would have been no more than a slice of

When in Spain, Eat…

by Sean St. John
When in Spain, Eat…

Folks, do you this little favor right now. Stop what you’re doing and spend five minutes reading about Sean’s visit to Andalucía. In five minutes, you’ll be transported to a sort of calm place somewhere only a very good book will take you. In five minutes, you’ll retreat into Sean’s tiny dispatch from the land of

A European Whirlwind

by Maggie Battista
Europe Whirlwind

I made a promise to myself when I embarked on writing a cookbook. The promise was simple: I promise to do whatever I need to make sure I appreciate and even enjoy this cookbook writing process.  And no matter how busy I get, I am making sure to do just that. In March, I had the

Rustic Fennel Apricot Bread

by Mary Swenson
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Old Italian uncles, a much-loved and much-tested bread, and some killer apricots? Count me in! – Amy I have this really, really cute great-uncle. His name is Evo, and he’s 100% Italian – which, waaaay back when, apparently wasn’t a “favorable” trait when it came to courting my aunt. But since he’s really, really cute,

Eat Boutique Celebrates Record Store Day

by Jennifer Menery
Eat Boutique Celebrates Record Store Day

In case you missed this or this, we are so excited to invite you to another spring event! Combine your love of food and music at this year’s Record Store Day at Thread & Groove, an event to be held on April 19, 2014 at Mill Number 5, 250 Jackson Street, Lowell, Massachusetts. We will be there from

Handmade Easter Chicks

by Maggie Battista
Handmade Easter Peeps

Oh my goodness, Easter is basically here. It’s crept up on all of us so quickly and now, guess what? The year is almost a third over… Wow. This year, Easter is going to be a little extra special in Maggie-land as my family is coming in for a quick visit. That means, I have

Eat Boutique Spring Pop Up Today!

by Maggie Battista
Eat Boutique Spring Pop Up Photos

Just a few photos to show off the fun we had at the Eat Boutique Spring Pop Up Shop at Fringe Union yesterday. We’ll be there again today from 12-5pm – come by to see: My friend Marisa McClellan will be there to demo and sign her brand new cookbook “Preserving by the Pint: Quick Seasonal Canning

Spring Pop Up Shop at Fringe this Weekend

by Maggie Battista
Fringe Pop-Up Shop THIS Weekend!

So if you didn’t make it to our table at Anthropologie last weekend (and even if you did), you should definitely pay us a visit at the Eat Boutique Fringe Spring Pop Up Shop, April 5-6 – yes, that’s this weekend. Hooray for amazing collaborations with Fringe Union! In addition to a collection of spring-tastic

Chai-Smoked Spareribs

by Tara Bellucci
Chai Smoked Spareribs

When Joanne Chang expanded beyond the world’s best cinnamon buns and scones to New England-sourced Taiwanese soul food and Southeast Asian street food, Boston perked up. Meyers + Chang is packed most nights with happy eaters and dishes to inspire that happiness. Thank goodness, Tara was also inspired to recreate one of their best dishes. Now

Anthropologie Pop-Up Shop THIS Saturday

by Maggie Battista
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So we’ll be seeing everyone’s bright, shining faces this Saturday in Harvard Square, right? We won’t let a little snow get us down, right? I hope you’ll brave whatever weather to find Eat Boutique on the second floor platform at Anthropologie’s Spring Farmers Market this Saturday, March 29, 2014. We will set up shop from 10:00am-3:00pm, sampling

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