Inside, you'll learn more about the creation of this new menu item at the popular Brookline sandwich shop. Elsewhere in this issue, you will tour a knife factory and a cheese cave.
You'll find profiles of a group of small artisan food businesses that you may want to add to your holiday shopping list – Bonnie's Jams, Caramels de Bouchard, Pure Pastry, and many more.
Under Edible Reads you'll see a collection of cookbooks and food books to put on your wishlist or check off someone else's.
And, as always, you'll find a few recipes you must try and profiles of people you'll love knowing more about.
Publisher Ilene Bezahler encourages her readers to support local businesses when they do their holiday shopping. I'd like to also encourage you to support Edible Boston by subscribing or giving the gift of a subscipiton to a food loving friend or relative.
Words: Penny Cherubino
Artwork: Courtesy of Edible Boston
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