Weekly Bump: Better Late than Never

6 02 2009

It’s okay to talk about Chicks and Breeding with your teen

Breeding, Hatching and Brooding Chicks for 10-14 year old – Codman Farm Class  This class starts February 25th, which is just after most school’s February vacations come to an end.  

Monday night _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Schnitzel!  Come in from the cold to Sandrine’s for some Monday night Schnitzel.  Soup and Schnitzel ($22), Schnitzel and Dessert ($25), or Soup, Schnitzel and Dessert ($29).  Schnitzel is served with fries or salad.

Boston University Food and Wine Seminars

Hot Wines, Cool Prices with Sandy Block -Tuesday, February 10, 6–8 p.m.
Nesto’s Nebbiolos with Bill Nesto -Wednesday, February 11, 6–8 p.m.
Sweet Basil with David Becker -Friday, February 27, 7–9 p.m.

2009 Kick-off Events for Grow-Out of New England heirloom vegetables

This project features New England farms that have agreed to grow heirloom vegetables and participating chefs who agree to buy these vegetables and put them on their menu.  It is a project of Renewing America’s Food Traditions (RAFT).  The meetings will be focused on distributing heirloom seeds to participant growers and fostering partnerships between producer and chef. For more details email elizabeth@chefscollaborative.org.

Boston’s event will be March 9th, 2009 at Craigie on Main.  There are also kick-off events in Providence and Portsmouth.

One Man,One Cow, One Planet

The 2009 Slow Food Boston Film Series will be showing three documentaries, starting off with a One Man, One Cow, One Planet on Sunday, February 8th at 3:30pm.After the film, three local farmers Jeffrey Schmalz from Silverbrook Farm and Greg Maslowe from Newton Community Farm, as well as Timothy Griffin, a professor at the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy will be available for discussion.

Mind your own bees wax

Beekeeping basics class at Codman Farm started this Wednesday.

The Boston Shaker

The Boston Shaker now carries some great tools from OXO.  To read more about what’s in store and what’s coming soon check out the website and sign up for the newsletter.

B&B:  Barbecue and Blood

Redbones is partnering with Kate’s Mystery Book shop and Haley Booksellers for a Murder Underbones evening.  Tuesday, February 17th from 5:30 – 7:00 head over to Redbones for a series of free book release parties and some killer appetizers on the house.

Kendall Square gets Big Sky
Big Sky Bakery is now open in Kendall Square.

Brunch just got better
Craigie on Main is now open for brunch.  Sometimes you want pancakes and sometimes you want a little Maws.

Craving some CSA

Winter CSA shares are available.  Check out the January newsletter for details.

Family Friendly Fine Dining

Family friendly dining is now available at Aura on Tuesdays and Fridays.  Their special family friendly menu includes dishes crafted for babies and toddlers.

Bon weekend.  ttyl your BFF (Boston Family Foodie)

You can “twack” me down on Twitter @ bffoodie

For more info: Boston University Food and Wine SeminarsChefs CollaborativeSlow Food Boston

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