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“Our Bodies, Ourselves”

Our March 20 post highlighting the wonders of edible spoons triggered memories of a Jules-catered cocktail party for 100 guests from 12 countries last October. Jules, as a longtime supporter of Our Bodies, Ourselves (originally called the Boston Women’s Health Book...

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Spoon fed

Runcible spoons...edible spoons. The first is pure nonsense, the second pure genius! First, the  nonsense: From the age of 16, Victorian poet-artist-illustrator Edward Lear (the 21st child of 22 children!) was drawing "for his bread and cheese." A few years later his...

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“Generous cuts of succulent corned beef”

Why 'corned' beef? For thousands of years people have cured and preserved beef  by covering it with salt the size of kernels of corn, and the name corned beef refers back to a time when the word 'corn; was applied to anything granular. The Irish traded for salt as far...

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Happy (gourmet) Presidents’ Day!

While George Washington described his manner of living as "plain," and noted that those who expect more than "a glass of wine and a bit of mutton may be disappointed"--and while Abraham Lincoln's bodyguard reported that the President "never lost his taste of the...

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Cookie love

The King of Hearts We stopped by Jules Catering's busy kitchen one morning just before Valentine's Day to pay tribute to 'Wilmar, King of Hearts' (more commonly known as 'Assistant Pastry Chef Wilmar Aristizabal), who has been with Jules for 11 years. It was a...

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Tears of Chios Cocktail

We love our bubbly, but when recently celebrating New Year's Eve in Athens, our drink of choice was the Tears of Chios Cocktail served in the Roof Garden Bar atop the historic Hotel Grande Bretagne on Syntagma Square. At first sip we knew we were onto something...

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“…dishes to whet the appetite”

Athenaeus, a scholar of food history who lived around 200 AD, observed that "the ancients employed many dishes to whet the appetite." Focusing now on actual dishes--i.e., plates--we couldn't agree more. Ancient vessels On a recent visit to Athens'...

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On the second day of Christmas…

...We found ourselves in Athens! Although we spotted no partridges or turtle doves in the fruit-laden orange trees that line downtown streets and squares, we were struck by the festive sounds and colors of cylindrical bells fashioned from tin cans. Also on the second...

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Greek street treats

Koulouri--A 'seedy' snack When Jules’ Owner-Chef Anita Baglaneas set off for Athens to visit family and friends we were lucky to tag along and sample Anita’s favorite on-the-go treat, the crisp and generously seeded bread rings known as koulouri. Koulourtzides, the...

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Edible penguins?!

Yes, that's what it took to sweep first-place prizes at Mass Mental Health's December 16 Throwdown! holiday party loosely modeled on a Bobby Flay Food Network competition and conceived and organized by Center Director, Laura Rood. Holiday party/food competition...

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