To celebrate Food Day on Thursday, October 24th, we are partnering with the Boston Collaborative for Food and Fitness to host a sustainable seafood cooking demo at Dewey Square. Stop by from 12-1:30 to see our featured chef Dana Love from Kingston Station prepare a special monkfish dish using local ingredients from our market vendors. Free tastings will be offered to the first 30 attendees to register at the market.
Celebrate Food Day at Dewey Square!
Cookbook Signing with Alex Lewin
Cookbook Signings with Didi Emmons & Karen Covey
Cookbook Signing with Deborah Madison
Cookbook Signing with Eva Bonis
An Evening with Deborah Madison
For tickets, please visit The CSCA's webpage.
Come meet James Beard Award winner Joe Yonan!
Joe Yonan will be at the Dewey Square Farmers Market on Tuesday, August 20th from 12-1:30pm! Stop by and check out his new book, Eat Your Vegetables: Fresh Recipes for the Single Cook.
Joe Yonan is the two-time James Beard Award-winning Food and Travel editor of The Washington Post and the author of the upcoming "Eat Your Vegetables: Fresh Recipes for the Single Cook" (Ten Speed Press, August 6, 2013). In 2011, he wrote "Serve Yourself: Nightly Adventures in Cooking for One," which Serious Eats called "a truly thoughtful, useful, and incredibly delicious book."
Joe was a food writer and Travel section editor at The Boston Globe before moving to Washington in 2006 to edit the Post's Food section, for which he also writes the Weeknight Vegetarian column and occasional feature stories. His work from the Globe and Post has appeared in three editions of the "Best Food Writing" anthology.
Joe spent 2012 in North Berwick, Maine, on leave from the Post to learn about growing and homesteading from his sister and brother-in-law and to work on "Eat Your Vegetables." Learn more on his website, www.joeyonan.com
Cookbook Signing with Andy Husbands!
Please join us in welcoming Andy Husbands to the Cookbook Author Series at Dewey Square! Andy will be at the market on Tuesday, July 23rd from 12-1:30pm with his cookbooks and recipe ideas for your summertime grilling!
Andy Husbands, the award-winning Chef/owner of Tremont 647, has been enticing patrons with his adventurous American cuisine at the South End neighborhood restaurant and bar for 16 years. Husbands' has received attention both locally and nationally for his bold flavors, commitment to using the best, fresh ingredients and seasonality, receiving praise from both press and patrons alike. A contributor to local and national charities, Husbands has also been working tirelessly to eliminate childhood hunger for the past 20 years. When he is not in the kitchen, Husbands is competing with his internationally recognized BBQ team: iQUE BBQ. His second cookbook, Wicked Good Barbecue has received high accolades from both the food and entertainment industries and has recently received National Barbecue News' "2012 Best Book of the Year" award. Andy just published his third cookbook, Wicked Good Burgers, which released on April 1, 2013.
Cookbook Signing with Leigh Belanger!
We are excited to welcome back local author Leigh Belanger for a cookbook signing at Dewey Square! Stop by Tuesday, July 16th from 12-1:30 to meet Leigh and check out her book, The Boston Homegrown Cookbook.
Boston Homegrown celebrates the important connection between chefs and local food producers. Through profiles of Boston-area chefs and the farmers, cheesemakers, fishermen, and other producers they work with, Boston Homegrown tells the story of the role chefs have played in supporting the growth of Greater Boston's local food system. In four chapters, divided by season, the featured chefs have also provided seasonal recipes for everything from asparagus soup and rhubarb upside-down cake to seared scallops and farro salad. It's a delicious chronicle of a vibrant food community.
About the Author: Leigh Belanger is a Boston-based food writer and the program director at Chefs Collaborative, a national network of chefs and culinary professionals dedicated to improving the food system through education and community-building. She studied Gastronomy at Boston University and lives in Jamaica Plain with her husband and two children.