Photo Essay

Cinnamon Sugar Doughnut Muffins

by Jennifer Menery
Cinnamon Sugar Doughnut Muffins

How is that a sprinkle (or a dousing) of cinnamon sugar makes everything better? As a devoted cinnamon-sugar-on-my-pancakes child, I know well the magic of the crunchy, slightly spicy combination. Cloud-like doughnut muffins rolled in this? Bliss. -Amy  Cinnamon Sugar Doughnut Muffins Mix up your donut muffin batter. Cover them in melted butter. Roll them

Welcome to Spring!

by Kate H. Knapp
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The first day of spring has finally arrived! After a long, dark, and chilly winter, we’re so ready to bask in this bright and beautiful season. But just in case Mother Nature isn’t quite ready to bid farewell to winter, we’ve gathered our favorite shop products that capture the essence of spring. We just love

California BLT

by Jennifer Menery
California BLT

Jen, our amazing Social Media Coordinator, really knows how to make just about anything look scrumptious! In case you missed Jen’s first mouthwatering photo essay, check out these effortless Jam Drop Cookies. You know what they say, a picture is worth a thousand words… or perhaps a thousand people rushing to make their own dreamy

Brooklyn Brewery and Bits of Love

by Maggie Battista
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I’ve been thinking a lot about family and the family of friends I’ve built up through this short time on this planet and this long life of a food blog. It’s been an emotional week in Maggie-land, for so many reasons, but one very powerful one is the outpouring of support and generosity you have

Jam Drop Cookies

by Jennifer Menery
Jam Drop Cookies

You know what they say: a picture is worth a thousand words. So this jammy photo essay by Jen must be worth thousands of sweet ones. Showcase your tastiest jelly (or confit or butter or marmalade) and your own tasty baking skills with these simple and beautiful Jam Drop Cookies.  -Maggie First, make Ina Garten’s Coconut

What We’re Loving: YOU (and Market Photos!)

by Amy Feiereisel
What We’re Loving: YOU!

Sigh. It was wonderful. Truly, blue-ly, wonderful, and there are so many people to thank. The small-batch, come early and stay late, food-obsessed makers, the cookbook authors and food trucks, our ridiculously fantastic and devoted volunteers (who stuck around until the very end and unscrewed close to a hundred signs), and of course, of COURSE,

What We’re Loving: Spirited Punches

by Gayle L. Squires
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I met Gayle at an Eat Boutique Holiday Market a few years back and we’ve kept in touch ever since. She has this bright perspective on food and drink, especially drink. And these punches are perfect for all that partying you’re doing soon, right? Thanks so much, Gayle! -Maggie  We’re smack in the middle of

Salt & Time Butcher Shop and Salumeria

by Amy Feiereisel
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This little business profile is of a business far from Eat Boutique’s beloved New England roots, but close to my heart and home. Based in Austin, Texas, this gem of a butcher shop has been quietly growing and thriving. Salt & Time supports local agriculture, the craft of full-animal butchery, sustainable practices – and puts

What We’re Loving: Pumpkin

by Amy Feiereisel
What We’re Loving: Pumpkin

{Chocolate Pumpkin Truffles from The Novice Chef} Folks, it’s November, which can only mean one thing: it’s decorative (and delicious) gourd season! I love winter squash – all of them. Butternut, acorn, delicata…if ever there was compensation for the bitter cold, it’s this delectable vegetable class. Of course, when you’re talking squash, you have to

Blackberry Farm

by Rachel Wilson
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Rachel volunteered at one of our very first Eat Boutique Holiday Markets, and has returned to every single event since. That’s five big markets, people, so she’s worked herself into my life such that my Mom now asks, “How’s Rachel?” every single month. Eat Boutique adores you, Rachel, and I’m even more delighted to congratulate

Noma Restaurant, Copenhagen

by Maggie Battista
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For the last four days, I’ve chanted “I’m so lucky, I’m so lucky, I’m so lucky.” I dragged my family and all sorts of holiday-esque nourishments up to an 1800s home on a pond in the tiniest of villages in Vermont. We had an absolutely delightful Christmas in tundra-like cold with bits of sunshine peeking

Eat Boutique Markets and a Summer Recap

by Maggie Battista
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As soon as August hits, I get terribly sad about the end of summer. I know that weekend afternoons reading cookbooks in the garden will soon be memories. They’ll be the sort of thoughts I’ll smile at when picking apples in October and cherish when shoveling snow in January. But I  suppose that’s what makes

Sneak Peek: Paris and Copenhagen Photos

by Maggie Battista
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Paris and Copenhagen were… beautiful. I have so much to share, including details on our lunch at Noma in Copenhagen. While we get those photos together, I wanted to post a preview of the gorgeousness that was Europe. The two photos above are from Noma and the two photos below are from Paris. Promise to

Hong Kong’s Wet Markets

by Josephine Rozman
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As I spend time in Europe this month, I am permanently amazed at the beauty of the fresh produce markets here; each new one surprises me with color and ingredients I can’t find anywhere else. While I enjoy Paris, Josephine shares a short essay on the traditional Wet Markets of Hong Kong (where she lives),

Paris Photos

by Maggie Battista
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I’m in Paris in a tiny flat with a kitchen the size of a pea. While I’m not crafting recipes at the moment, I’m still gloriously happy. Gosh, wouldn’t you be? In lieu of a new recipe post today, I wanted to share a collection of my Instagram photos from Paris. They’re a little grainy

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