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Daily Slice: Sweet Tomatoes, Newton, Massachusetts

Slice Meredith Smith 4 comments

I've meant to get to Sweet Tomatoes for some time, but part of the hold up was wrangling some mouths to make the trip out to Newton or Needham for a pizza dinner. See, I was operating on the assumption that Sweet Tomatoes Neapolitan Pizza was a sit down place, on account of the "Neapolitan" in their name. Nope, turns out they do a pretty nice slice service at lunch. More

Boston: Honey Hot Wings at Buff's Pub

Hub Grub Liz Bomze 7 comments

Other than the crowd of little league soccer players and their parents after Saturday morning practice, Buff's biggest claim to fame are their wings ($4.95 per half order; 8.95 per whole). You can get them on or off the bone, and doused with one of 10 different hot sauces. It's not actually the variety that impresses me; call me a curmudgeon, but Buffalo wings are Buffalo wings, and I start to wonder about a place that offers as many different flavor varieties as Baskin-Robbins. More

Market Scene: Newton, Massachusetts

Market Scene BostonZest 4 comments

Since 1980, the Newton Parks and Recreation Department has sponsored a large and popular farmers' market every Tuesday in Cold Spring Park, which brings together 25 vendors and as many as 1,000 shoppers during peak season. Nicewicz Family Farm has been selling at the market for 20 years. They have a reputation for outstanding peaches and corn. Alan Nicewicz explained that even before his grandparents purchased the farm in 1929 there were peach trees on the land. "The soil is very good up there. It's hilly. We have a lot of clay which adds to the sweetness of the peaches. As for the corn, I think we grow some good varieties. We work very closely with the seed companies."... More

New Jersey Dispatch: The Bake House, the Best Artisan Bread in New Jersey

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"The bread takes on a life of its own; feeding, nurturing and satisfying people, each in their own way." Kathy Hester of Bake House There you are, driving for miles through silent fields of corn and hay punctuated only by... More

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