Six Ridiculously Delicious Rhubarb Recipes

by Kate H. Knapp
Strawberry + rhubarb jam

Want to know a (not-so-secret) secret? Maggie is crazy—as in over the moon—about rhubarb. How do I know? Let’s just say that the last few weeks of recipe testing for her upcoming cookbook, Food Gift Love, have included a delightful amount of rhubarb-centric recipes. Not that I’m complaining. I have been hopelessly devoted to the

Seven Buzz-Worthy Ways to Enjoy Espresso

by Kate H. Knapp

My love for coffee began when my grandmother and I would “have coffee,” meaning she would add just a teeny splash to my milk and serve it to me in a mug way too big for my face. In those moments of sipping my coffee, I felt like I had been granted access to a

Five Reasons to Fall for Campari

by Kate H. Knapp

Oh, Campari, how I have loathed and loved you. And I am not alone. Many find the first few sips of this scarlet-hued liqueur to be a bit abrasive. It is only after persevering through a bit of face puckering that one discovers how delightful and strangely addictive the bitter-orange-flavored elixir can be. My love

Chai Hot Chocolate

by Denise Woodward & Laudalino Ferreira
Chai Hot Chocolate

I am a huge fan of chai. In fact, I’ll probably sneak too many recipes into my forthcoming cookbook. And when I asked Denise to explore the world of chai spices, she served up her favorite hot chocolate. This warm, spicy drink charms me to no end and, for sure, will keep me chained to

Food Gift Love: Spiced Pear Vodka

by Kate H. Knapp
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Food gifts do not stop after the holidays. This vodka is something you could give me anytime of year: to celebrate the first snow fall, to celebrate when the Polar Vortex finally disappears for good, or to just celebrate our (virtual) friendship – that’s a good reason! -Maggie I’ve never been a fan of syrupy-sweet-flavored

Sloe Gin Grapefruit Fizz

by Matthew Petrelis
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Hey, it’s 5 o’clock wherever you are. Have a drink with us. Better yet, make this gorgeous original citrus drink for the both of us, two please! -Maggie One of my closest friends, Shari, used to tend bar at a local music venue, and I would go there one or two nights a week to

What We’re Loving: Tea Time

by Kate H. Knapp
Black Honey Tea Cake

I was seven years old when my father gave me my first real (as in it wasn’t made of plastic, was refreshingly free of stickers, and was incredibly fragile) tea set. My dapper dad had lived in England when he was a child, and some of his fondest memories surrounded afternoon tea time (he somehow

What We’re Loving: 2013

by Amy Feiereisel
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Whew, what a year. 2013 was full of change for Eat Boutique, culminating in our largest Boston 2013 Holiday Market in December. It was a year stuffed with new connections, new opportunities, and of course, some truly great eats! Now that 2014 has rolled in, we commemorate our love of Eating Boutique by looking back

What We’re Loving: Champagne

by Gayle L. Squires
What We’re Loving: Champagne

I’ve come a long way since my first glass of bubbly, sipped excitedly (but bought surreptitiously) after my college dance company wrapped up our final performance of the year. The cava was warm and what was left after we opened the bottles with an unnecessarily explosive pop and rush of froth we drank straight from

Food Gift: The Perfect Hot Cocoa Mix

by Jennifer Menery
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By now you’ve probably seen a plethora of DIY hot cocoa mixes floating around the web. But the way Rhiannon of Hey Gorgeous Events adds a layer of Ghiradelli peppermint chocolates to this Perfect Hot Cocoa Mix makes my heart sing like none other. You’ll have the hearts of your favorite teacher, baby momma friends, and

What We’re Loving: Traditional Holiday Drinks

by Kate H. Knapp
What We’re Loving: Traditional Holiday Drinks

Whether it’s a warm glass of hot buttered rum after a day in the snow or a frosty mug of rich eggnog on Christmas morning, there’s nothing quite like a traditional holiday cocktail to celebrate the season. Thankfully, I grew up with a mother who is an expert eggnog maker and whips up a batch

Little Tipples: Homemade Ginger Beer

by Sean St. John
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This is the last (and most explosive) installment of Katt Frank and Sean St. John’s Little Tipples Collaboration. Along the way they’ve introduced us to Sloe Gin, Blackberry Bourbon, and Brandied Cherries. Beer seems like a natural conclusion then, especially with the holiday twist of ginger! -Amy Homemade ginger beer is fiery, spicy, viciously bubbly

Extra-Dirty Martini

by Matthew Petrelis

My love affair with martinis began the first time Sean Connery ordered one as the incredibly dashing James Bond. I was smitten with the cocktail (and with him). But by the time I reached the legal drinking age, I found the traditional martini just a tad too potent in boozy flavor. Enter my other love: olives.

Market Preview: Craft Beer Tasting

by Maggie Battista
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We take our beer seriously in New England and we’re elated that Rebecca Millette of Massachusetts’ Girls Pint Out will host a craft beer tasting at the Eat Boutique Holiday Market on Saturday, December 7. There are a few spots left so grab them now! Rebecca tells you what to expect below. -Maggie Back in

Little Tipples: Brandied Cherries

by Sean St. John
Little Tipples: Brandied Cherries

This is the third installment of Katt Frank and Sean St. John’s Little Tipples series. Today we’re moving away from straight liquor to an innocent little fruit treat – laced with brandy, naturally. Visit the first two, Sloe Gin and Blackberry Bourbon, for more! -Amy Brandied cherries are something to waken the taste buds. The

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