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With two more days of Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer left for you to enjoy, another important fundraiser comes to the forefront! Boston Bites Back initiated by Ming Tsai and Ken Oringer as a way to help raise money for The One Fund and support the victims of the Marathon Bombing.
Our community united so quickly after the horrible events of April 15th – especially the restaurant community. Immediately they sprang into action. Little did we know that Ming Tsai and Ken Oringer had something even bigger in mind!
Boston Bakes takes me a year to organize where desserts rule! This is …
Many notable restaurants and chefs in the Boston area made it to *the list* this year. I’m talking about the 2013 James Beard Foundation Award Restaurant and Chef semifinalists list. Does the name Tim Maslow sound familiar? For those who have not heard of him, Chef Tim was nominated for Rising Star Chef of the Year! He’s the chef and co-owner of Strip T’s in Watertown.
Strip T’s is a diner/sandwich shop by day, and fine restaurant at night. Formerly a chef at the famous Momofuku Ssäm Bar in NYC, Tim oversees the dinner hours while his father has been making sandwiches in …
It’s been two weeks since I returned to the states from my Asia trip and I already miss the good eats there. I’ve already covered Beijing and Guangzhou in Part 1. For today’s blog post, I’ll give you a virtual food tour of Hong Kong and Macau. Formerly a British colony, Hong Kong is now a special administrative region of China, and its fast-paced culture and city life makes it parallel to New York City. Macau, a former Portuguese colony, is the other special administrative region of China, known as the “Las Vegas of Asia.” Both very different areas, but overflowing …
Last night was the debut of my freelance chef company! We will be specializing in catering and private parties. I was asked to do an event for Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer, in support of an up and coming olive oil company named Chile Olive Oil. The competition was to create a dessert using the olive oil and making it so you can taste it in all the ingredients. The winner would have the chance to donate $1000 dollars to Boston Bakes for Breast cancer in his or her name; they would also get a write up from Chili Olive …
Join us at the Chile Olive Oil Dessert Bake-Off!
Benefiting Bakes for Breast Cancer, Inc./ Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer
October 9th, 2012 6 PM at the Armory in Somerville
Register today to get your tickets
Space is limited!
Enjoy great desserts made with Chile EVOO!
Life works in interesting ways! You meet people when you least expect it even if you have yet to meet in person! This is the start of our story and how it came to be that we got involved with the Chile Olive Oil Dessert Bake-Off scheduled for October 9th, 2012 at 6 PM at the Armory in Somerville!
Our friendship …
Visit Quebrada Baking Co. in Arlington and Wellesley during the week of Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer and enjoy a Chocolate Mousse Heart and help us raise money for breast cancer one sweet at a time! This dessert is made just for Boston Bakes so run don’t walk to Quebrada Baking Co and get yours as soon as Boston Bakes starts. You will be happy you did! Can’t get to Arlington or Wellesley check out our other participants!
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For as long as I can remember Oleana in Cambridge has been participating in Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer. When Sofra Bakery & Cafe opened, they too joined Boston Bakes offering us wonderful desserts with an Eastern Mediterranean influence.
All desserts at both Oleana and Sofra are from the incredible pastry chef Maura Kilpatrick. Maura has been named Best of Boston, Best Pastry Chef four times and in 2009 received the Star Chefs rising star award.
Sicilian Almond Cremolata with Chocolate Panino
For Boston Bakes 2011, May 2-8th, if you visit Sofra Bakery & Café in Cambridge Maura will tempt you with Kunefe …
I got Joanne Chang’s cookbook Flour the first day it was available at the New England Book Fair in Newton. Although I have not had the time I wished to read the book and recipes page after page of tempting offerings, I decided the first thing I would make is chocolate pudding from scratch. I had only made chocolate pudding from a box and my favorite part was to add cream to the little left over in the pot and enjoy the chocolate pudding hot off the stove! I like my chocolate pudding warm to hot with cream on top …