Food Facts & Lore

10 Foods New England Does Best

Every state and every region has its own signature foods. Everyone has a favorite, stop-by-on-the-way-home diner, because they just serve the best Clam Chowder or Apple Pie. History reveals much about a country and its mosaic of characters and traditions; food is the sensory expression of each region. It is seasoned by history, necessity, resourcefulness… Continue reading 10 Foods New England Does Best

Food Facts & Lore, Monday Magazine

This Week in Food History – 11/27/2017

We’re right on the fence between November and December, the last month in our year-long review of Food History Facts. In truth, we barely skimmed the surface, so there is plenty of material left for a new series of flavor-filled articles in January. December is the immediate focus for now. You will hardly be surprised… Continue reading This Week in Food History – 11/27/2017

Food Facts & Lore, Monday Magazine

This Week in Food History – 05/08/2017

Since balance is everything, we thought we’d point out that in addition to being National BBQ Month (see last week’s post), May is National Mediterranean Diet Month also. This particular way of eating is often, and mistakenly, associated with the ancient feasts of the ruling class. In truth, the inspiration for the Mediterranean Diet comes… Continue reading This Week in Food History – 05/08/2017