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Ten Tables

By mahir | April 8, 2011

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Weekly Dish Recommendation By Julia Burgi

Ten Tables in Cambridge, Massachusetts seeks to be more than a restaurant and bar – it is part of the neighborhood in community. From the service to the locally-oriented menu, this is successfully achieved. Read More

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Steaming Bowl Of Sookk’s Sidewalk Noodles

By mahir | February 4, 2011

Weekly Dish Recommendation By Jason Bell

When wintery weather is a drag, I like to cheer myself up with a steaming bowl of Sookk’s sidewalk noodles. Instead of ordering it in either a Thai cinnamon or house special brown sauce, ask for Read More

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BBQ Pork Ribs

By mahir | January 27, 2011

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After a long week of hard work, nothing hits the spot like barbecue. For an end of the week feast, try the Read More

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Weekly Dish Recommendation: Umami

By mahir | January 20, 2011

When slush and sleet pile the streets, I like to eat rich, spicy foods that fight off the cold. In particular, I turn to stomach-filling dishes packed with umami.  Umami is the japanese term for the fifth flavor of “savory.”  Soy is one of the most common sources of umami.  I particularly enjoy Kuma Inn’s sauteed tofu, Thai basil and wood ears in spicy soy mirin. Read More

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Vegetarian Dish Recommendation

By mahir | January 11, 2011

Hampton Chutney Co’s Dosa

Dosa, a South-Indian staple, has travelled to New York and major US cities.  It has been re-interpreted by many Asian restaurants and curry houses. In India this light crepe made with fermented rice batter is traditionally filled with a spicy potato filling.  Pieces of it are broken off and dipped into a flavorful vegetable and lentil stew and fresh coconut, lime and green chili chutney. Read More

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