September 16, 2013 by BettyCupcakes
If you’re living in southeastern Massachusetts, you’ve got to check out edible South Shore.
From their website:
“edible SOUTH SHORE is intended for those who are interested in:
— Eating delicious, locally grown, seasonal foods
— Getting to know the people who grow, produce, cook and sell those foods
— Learning more about what’s available in the region in terms of great dining, day trips, food events, festivals, books, and food products.”
It’s pretty easy to see why I would be totally enamored with a magazine that is all about good food, good people, and good times. And, as I’ve mentioned before, I’m a contributor to their blog.
Here’s what the edible South Shore blog contributors have been cooking up for you lately:
A husband and son go off to eat boatload of ham in Spain and a mom stays home and eats raw food for a week. A vegan is born. Can’t wait to read the next post.
The story of how corn ended up as a staple in our American diet.
A small New England farmer teaches us how plant in fall for an early spring harvest. What a great way to add another growing season!
Had to plug my own article! A review of a local donut shop in Pembroke, MA.
I’m looking forward to writing my next article for them which will dish on a donut shop in Brockton.
What is your favorite local flavor/restaurant/adventure?
Disclaimer: I’m not paid for my articles or promotion of edible South Shore. I just really like it.