Food

September 3, 2022
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Welcome to Salem, Roseadela’s! – PHOTOS

by joeyphoenix
In August we celebrated the ribbon cutting of Roseadela’s in Salem! Roseadela’s is a local, family owned coffee/chocolate shop & cafe, featuring a full espresso menu with classic and unique hot and cold drinks, hand dipped chocolates, house made syrups and confits, in-house tea mixes, decadent hot chocolate, soups, sandwiches, snacks, and artisanal and locally produced foodie products and gifts.
September 3, 2022
January 24, 2022
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Consider the potato the pillow of comfort food

by Felicia Cheney
By the time Nathaniel Hawthorne dropped by The House of the Seven Gables to chat with his erudite cousin, Susanna Ingersoll, in the 1830s and ‘40s, potatoes had made their way into New England kitchens. And very possibly, a dish like potato omelet was served in The Gable’s dining room.  According to Kaylee Redard, assistant visitor services manager at The
January 24, 2022
January 24, 2022
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Consider the potato the pillow of comfort food

by Felicia Cheney
By the time Nathaniel Hawthorne dropped by The House of the Seven Gables to chat with his erudite cousin, Susanna Ingersoll, in the 1830s and ‘40s, potatoes had made their way into New England kitchens. And very possibly, a dish like potato omelet was served in The Gable’s dining room.  According to Kaylee Redard, assistant visitor services manager at The
January 24, 2022
January 4, 2022
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Colonial Classics: The Gables revives a savory cheese pudding recipe

by Felicia Cheney
From The House of the Seven Gables We may not know whether Massachusetts Bay Colony British governor and Salem’s cofounder ate the cheese pudding named for him — John Endicott’s Savory Cheese Pudding Dinner — but it’s possible. Early Puritans came here with cows. And cheese-making skills. And we do know palates in the mid-1600s appreciated the glories of cheese
January 4, 2022
December 14, 2021
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Sip, Shop, and Nosh This December

by Felicia Cheney
by Dakota Draper The holidays have arrived. What could be better than throwing on a nice warm jacket and visiting local restaurants and eateries for some special holiday events and deals. From themed parties with drinks to sip and shop special holiday deals, there is a little something for everyone. Even the kiddos. 🎅 Start off with some new seasonal
December 14, 2021
October 26, 2021
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7 Tasty Snacks To Make This Halloween Weekend

by Felicia Cheney
by Dakota Draper One of my favorite things about the holidays are the fun snacks that I get to make and share with friends and family. What is even better about some of the snacks mentioned below is that they are all fully customizable. You don’t need to follow the recipe word for word! Halloween Bark Cute and fun activity
October 26, 2021
October 13, 2021
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Colonial Classics: Onion Soup Fit for a Royal Governor

by joeyphoenix
From The House of the Seven Gables Royal governor John Wentworth may have had to flee Portsmouth, N.H., in the dark of night when the Revolutionary War broke out, but the luscious onion soup recipe named after him apparently refused to budge. On Wednesday, November 3, from 6 to 7 p.m., all are invited to sign on to a live,
October 13, 2021
October 8, 2021
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Meet The Member: Kim Gregory Pure Pastry

by joeyphoenix
In your words… Tell us about your organization, business, initiative. Once upon a time there was a passionate new mother who was determined to create whimsical sweets for her daughter, who needed special care in the way she ate. The essence of pure pastry was born from that desire to bake a chocolate chip cookie and embrace it for its
October 8, 2021
October 4, 2021
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Origin Stories: Rob Dunn of Granite Coast Brewing – VIDEO

by joeyphoenix
Origin Stories is a series featuring Creative Collective Business Members telling the story of where they’ve been, where they’re going, and some advice for those of us who are just getting started. Rob Dunn is the co-founder of Granite Coast Brewing Company. Listen to him tell how he caught the brewing bug in his early 20s and hasn’t looked back
October 4, 2021
September 27, 2021
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7 Places to Get Brunch North of Boston

by Felicia Cheney
By Dakota Draper What can be better than a combined late breakfast and early lunch? Well, it’s a good thing that brunch was created as its own category of meal. Here is a list of 7 brunch spots in the Northshore area and even a bonus spot at the end of the list! Breaking Grounds Cafe – Peabody Breaking Grounds
September 27, 2021