Amy Feiereisel

Blog Coordinator at Eat Boutique
Amy Feiereisel is a young, foolish, and tastebud-driven college student nursing an almost unhealthy obsession with the epicurean. Originally from Texas, she currently resides in gorgeous upstate New York for school, where she discovered her passion for all things food and farming. You can find her digging in the dirt, with her nose buried in a book, or dreamily painting away in her free time. She writes about life’s adventures over at Amy + Fire.

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What We’re Loving: Gelato

by Amy Feiereisel
What We’re Loving: Gelato

You scream, I scream, we all scream for… gelato? Oh, yes. Yes, yes, YES. Now, don’t get me wrong, I’m all over good old American ice cream but when I tried my first spoon of creamy, velvety, ludicrously flavorful gelato, I knew ice cream was going to have to budge over and share its space

What We’re Loving: Cherries

by Amy Feiereisel
What We’re Loving: Cherries

So I might have this all-consuming love of cherries. The sort of love that has me justifying a giant paper bag of the ripest ones as lunch. Luckily, I am in the south of France right now, and positively swimming in them. The French take their cherries seriously, as do I, which is why overflowing

What We’re Loving: Cinco de Mayo Desserts

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So, here’s the loco thing about Cinco de Mayo. It’s a holiday celebrating Mexico’s independence, yet May 5 is celebrated more in the United States than in our neighbor to the south. I guess we’ll take any opportunity to chow down on Mexico’s flavorful and bright cuisine, huh? Carnitas and tortilla recipes are plentiful, so

What We’re Loving: Spring Peas

by Amy Feiereisel
Fresh Green Peas

As the world unfurls from a harsh winter, as shoots force themselves out into the Spring sun, there is nothing harder than waiting for the markets to reflect the new life all around us. We are so close. So close to full markets and gardens, to leafy, colorful produce spilling out of grocery bags. Often I find myself

Eight Sweet Quinoa Recipes

by Amy Feiereisel
Eight Sweet Quinoa Recipes

I came late to the Quinoa party. As an American and Taiwanese hybrid, the starches of my childhood were potatoes and rice, with the occasional appearance of oats if we were really getting crazy. And don’t get me started on Texas; good for beans and tortillas, not so much for variety when it comes to

Cooking with Nut Butters

by Amy Feiereisel
Cooking with Nut Butters

Don’t get me wrong – I love nut butters, just as they are. I’m the first one to crack open a jar and commence the double dipping, because I have a lot to make up for. You see, I didn’t even TRY peanut butter until I was eighteen. Eighteen! I spent an entire childhood without

Coconut Chai Sorbet

by Amy Feiereisel
Chai Sorbet by the Sorbabes

Last summer I wrote a piece about Gourmet Sorbet by the Sorbabes after I met them in New York. After seeing the passion Nicole and Deborah had for this dairy-free but flavor-full dessert – and trying all the flavors, of course – I was hooked. This year, I’ve been living in France, and I have

Six Ways to Eat Pomegranates All Day Long

by Amy Feiereisel
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When I think of the Valentine’s Days of my youth, I think paper hearts, doilies, chocolates, and those mandatory cards one had to send to one’s classmates as a child. I think sweet milk chocolate and strawberries, and bins of stuffed teddy bears. Nowadays, very different images come to mind. Slinky dresses, beautiful bouquets of posies,

Valentine’s Day Gift Guide

by Amy Feiereisel
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Until I went away to college, I received at least one Valentine’s Day card and a few presents each year…but never from a boy. Who was this mystery gifter? My mother. Every year, without fail, I would come home from school to balloons, chocolates, and strawberries cut in the shape of hearts (which were my

For the Candy Lover

by Amy Feiereisel
For the Candy Lover

I had this – shall we say unusual? – hobby as a child. Every Halloween I would run myself ragged traversing the neighborhood in search of the best candy, filling my pillowcase (and then my costume, and them my shoes) with the stuff. My younger brother and I would then return home, weary and triumphant,

Everything But the Cheese Gift Box

by Amy Feiereisel
Everything But the Cheese Gift Box

We took a major step in 2013 by introducing our first ever (and favorite!) charcuterie-style product. And now, we package it in a new gift box collection that only needs cheese from your local fromagerie (or grocery store). Amy tells you more, merci! -Maggie After hours of deliberation (and tasting, one must always taste), you

What We’re Loving: Potatoes

by Amy Feiereisel
What We’re Loving: Potatoes

Oh, the humble potato. How lumpy and starchy and heavy you are. But how versatile, how ever-changing and adaptable! Roasted, mashed, fried, boiled, and baked; I never tire of your many faces. For the seasonal eater, the winter can feel a wee bit heavy on the root veggies, cabbage, and potatoes. Blessedly, potatoes can be

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: Sugar Cookies

by Amy Feiereisel
What We’re Loving: Sugar Cookies

To say my culinary horizons were limited as a child would be an understatement. I was as plain-jane as they come; no sauces, no spice, no heat, and absolutely no chocolate (I’m equally horrified as you are, I promise). My favorite flavor was usually the simplest available – think vanilla ice cream, spaghetti with butter,

Pretzel Gift Box

by Amy Feiereisel
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There was a magical shop in the mall near my house. A place where warm, yeasty dough sat in big fat balls along a marbled counter, destined for a metal oven that would produce a burnished brown vessel of chewy, salty, slightly sweet goodness. Pretzels are warm, and happy, and holidays. My parents were always

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