After a heavy meal at Gennaro’s in Boston’s Italian district, the North End, we decided to start the following morning with a brisk 3 mile walk. I was excited to spot The Juicery.
I’m totally a visual person so I appreciated seeing all of the fresh produce in the open refrigerator.
It was hard to choose but I wanted the lightest, cleanest, greenest, least sweet option so I went with the Green Juice.
It was a refreshing mix of kale, parsley, cucumber, and celery.
It takes a lot more fruits/veggies to make a glass full of juice than a smoothie so two of us shared the 24 ounce size.
It wasn’t sweet at all but tasted balanced and pleasant to me.
I like what this company stands for and how it practices sustainable business practices.
They carry an assortment of fermented/kombucha/probiotic contain beverages, tonics, protein shakes, coconut water, and spring water as well.
January 24, 2016
Winter hit Charlotte these last couple of days with snow and ice. We just don't have the equipment and means here to carry on so of course the town pretty much shut down. Tomato soup was in order after playing outside with the kids and feeling absolutely frozen! I created this recipe a year ago [...]
February 6, 2016
We are all geared up here in Charlotte to cheer on the Carolina Panthers in the Super Bowl tomorrow! I thought I would compile a list of Charlotte Veggie recipes that are quick, gourmet, and game friendly to make your party menu plan easier: Asparagus Fries and Smoky Red Pepper Hummus White Bean Pesto [...]
May 12, 2015
We took a long weekend trip to Boston in October 2013 and had some delicious food! Elephant Walk offers French and Cambodian food which reflects the founders' cultural backgrounds. It is best stated on their website: "The Elephant Walk has something for everyone, offering a bi-cultural menu with a broad range of vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options. [...]