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"We could not operate without our volunteers," says Karen Griffith of Bristol, The East Bay Food Pantry's Director of Programs and Operations. One of EBFP's 5 part-time employees and initially a … more
PORTSMOUTH — There’s a new coffee shop coming to town. It’s called Thrive Coffee House and it will be located at 706 Park Ave. in Island Park. Longtime Portsmouth residents … more
PORTSMOUTH — Saying the increased number of vehicles going in and out of town-owned Glen Farm has caused “dangerous traffic conditions,” Police Chief Thomas F. Lee has asked … more
I’m not much of a social media mavin, but apparently Instagram and Pinterest are chock full of pictures of what are being called cloud eggs.When I saw the article from the Washington Post in … more
This is such an easy, yet elegant dish. But, it needs a flavorful mushroom. Don’t use white, button mushrooms as they are too bland. I found cremini, shiitake or baby bellas (or once a mix of … more
Minnie Luong has her own commercial kitchen, two part time staffers, and dozens of orders to fill each week for her popular kimchi brand, Chi Kitchen. But she still makes time to prop up a folding … more
I bought a beautiful cod loin a couple of weeks ago and, with the holidays coming (and all the rich food and desserts to look forward to), I didn’t want to make something as rich as our … more
One of my favorite comfort foods this time of year is a braised dish of beef, lamb or veal shanks. They make the house smell great and are delicious with the gravy spooned over mashed potatoes. Plus, … more
Christmas is going to be a lot merrier for a number of local families this year thanks, in part, to the efforts of the Bristol Volunteer Fire Department’s Ladies’ Auxiliary and the East … more
"Tony's Seafood has been a true gem in this project," says Sarah Schumann, founder and board president of the Warren-based nonprofit Eating with the Ecosystem. "They have set up a model that the … more
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