I’m not really sure when exactly it was that I got into food and cooking, but it’s something that I have been interested in for as long as I can remember. It all started with my grandma. My mom’s mom. The cutest little Romanian woman who had the food sense of a goddess. No measuring cups, no recipes, nothing – she just did her thing in the kitchen.
Trading in beakers for pint glasses, Ben Holmes and his team at Aeronaut Brewing Company in Somerville, are using their backgrounds in Science to help inform their decision-making process at the taps.
On June 21, 2014, the community embraced the new, experimental space with open arms. The grand opening of Aeronaut saw more than 800 people! Today, Ben says they’re ready to expand, and are in the process of exploring options.
And now…can I get a drumroll, please? I’m proud(ish) to present…my coaster creation!
It all began at the age of four, when Carlene O’Garro started baking alongside her mom in the kitchen. It was love at first bake. But as she grew up, life happened, and while her love of baking remained, her dream almost died.
Interested, but not sure what to grab? DDP’s top five fan faves:
- Orange Cranberry Scones
- Blueberry Muffins
- Chocolate Chunk Cookies
- Banana Bread
And of course…can’t forget about the individual cake slices!
For more information about Delectable Desires Pastries, visit www.delectabledesires.net or check them out on Facebook and Instagram @DelectableDesiresPastries.
I couldn’t resist snagging a fan fave myself, and the minute I opened up my brownie, it was all over. Having every intention of sharing how deliciously scrumptious this brownie looked…I ended up eating it. All. (whoops!)
What was once a small town diner known to only Roslindale/West Roxbury natives, is now one of Boston’s best kept secrets. Chris Venuti, co-owner of Harry’s Breakfast and Lunch, shares the secret behind its success.