Forget to put food by?

If you want to try eating preserved food this winter but didn’t get any pickling done this summer, today’s Boston Globe has a fun article on restaurants and shops near Boston that offer pickled foods and charcuterie. There’s even a recipe for pickled red onions. Here’s the list:

  • The Butcher Shop, 552 Tremont St., Boston, 617-423-4800,
  • Craigie Street Bistrot, 5 Craigie Circle, Cambridge, 617-497-5511,
  • Rocca, 500 Harrison Ave., Boston, 617-451-5151,
  • Sel de la Terre, 255 State St., Boston, 617-720-1300,
  • T.W. Food, 377 Walden St.,Cambridge, 617- 864-4745,
  • WuChon House, 290 Somerville Ave., Somerville, 617-623-3313,

And here’s the link:

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  1. Posted February 13, 2008 at 5:01 pm | Permalink

    my favorite part:
    “Last November Wiechmann (of T.W. Food) bought 1,000 pounds of vegetables to store in the root cellar he built in the basement of his Marblehead house. In a 20-by-20-foot space, he buried celery root, beets, leeks, dried beans, shallots, and onions, covering it with another 1,000 pounds of dirt. He uses them a little at a time. In the summer he wants to pickle vegetables from the garden.

    “The old way is always the good way,” he says.”

    thanks for sharing this!

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