Locavores everywhere are jealous of anyone with a root cellar. A root cellar is an under-earth method of storing homegrown produce to make it all last through the non-growing season. I don’t have one, but a girl can dream. Without one, my squash, pumpkins and gourds sadly just don’t make it past November. Then again, who needs a root cellar when you live near Cambridge, MA?
T. W. Food, the darling boutique restaurant that showcases pure ingredients and old-fashioned hospitality, is hosting a special ‘Winter Local’ dinner to share the delights of their root cellar, including all their gorgeous pickles and preserves. The six-course menu exemplifies 100% local ingredients for $65 per person (not including wine pairings, which costs $39 per person extra).
I’m dreaming of the Vermont suckling pig course, and the carrot and beet parfait with local honey. But you don’t have to dream. Make a bee-line for 377 Walden Street in Cambridge on Wednesday, January 20. Reservations are gladly being accepted at 617-864-4745.
(The photo belongs to T. W. Food. Isn’t it beautiful?!)
Eat Boutique is an award-winning shop and story-driven recipe site created by Maggie Battista–shop girl, writer, author, and creative business coach. After hosting pop-up markets for 25,000+ guests, Maggie is working to open her first permanent Eat Boutique–a food-retail concept space with a new way to the very best food–as well as coaching women in food to reach life and business goals. Her second cookbook, A New Way to Food: 100 Recipes to Encourage a Healthy Relationship with Food, Nourish Your Beautiful Body, and Celebrate Real Wellness for Life, will be published by Roost Books on February 5, 2019.