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.
July 31, 2015
Pesto is a fresh and flavorful combination of a leafy green (think herb, arugula, spinach, etc.) + some type of nut (pine nuts, walnuts) + olive oil + sharp aged cheese (like parmesan) + garlic that can serve as an Italian sauce or spread. My basil plant is the only thing in my garden that I happen to [...]
July 27, 2015
I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend! I had a short trip to see see family in Delaware and the closest airport is in Philadelphia where we popped in for lunch. The city is a mecca of delicious sit-down eateries, but we were strapped for time and needed something quick and kid-friendly. I had a satisfying [...]
July 16, 2015
Mashed cauliflower and the thinner form, cauliflower puree, are on restaurant menus everywhere. In addition to being known for its anticancer properties, this cruciferous vegetable is less fibrous than broccoli and has a more mellow flavor. Cauliflower absorbs seasonings well and takes on the profile of whatever it is cooked in or with. It's truly [...]