Here's a compendium of facts, ideas and photos gathered over the last month but not used in any posts. Hope you enjoy!
The fleeting boycott Scotland movement has done, once again, what boycott movements usually do and that is to give even more focus to the products the country or organization produces, resulting in increased sales.
I don't know about you but who can live without Haggis in a tin? For this and other authentic Scottish goods head on over to: The Haggis.
Lasagna doesn't always have to mean ground beef and red sauce. Be creative and experiment. We thoroughly enjoyed our spinach, chicken and cheese lasagna. We used a combination of cheeses including mozzarella, ricotta and asiago and layered cooked chicken strips and spinach in between the pasta.
BENEFIT DINNER FOR SERVING OURSELVES FARM
This unique urban farm, run by the homeless for the homeless, deserves our support. It is a great source of local produce for restaurants. Ashmont Grill is celebrating and supporting this very worthy cause with an all-organic, multi-course dinner on the Ashmont Grill patio Thursday, September 10 @ 6:30 PM.
Tickets cost $75 per person. Sign up at www.fobh.org.
555 TALBOT AVENUE
DORCHESTER, MASSACHUSETTS 02124
One of our new favorite snacks is "Hint Of Lime" tortilla chips with Trader Joe's Spicy, Smokey Peach Salsa and shredded cheese. Grated Colby, Monterey Jack, Cheddar and Manchego cheeses seem to be perfect when drizzled over and melted onto the whole plate. The stuff is addictive and it goes perfectly with the Thomas Hooker Watermelon Ale we recently featured for a great Summer snack.