Boston This Week + Winners


Two big events this weekend! I’m heading to Boston on Friday afternoon. On Saturday morning, I’ll be at Kitchenwares by Blackstones, signing books from 11 am to 1 pm. I’ll have a few jars of my preserves for people to sample, and the store will be having a giveaway at the event, so if you’re in the area, make sure to stop by.

On Sunday, I’ll be at the Eat Boutique Holiday Market. I’m signing with Joy the Baker in a special VIP session from 12 – 1 pm. Then, from 1 – 3 pm, Katie Workman and Aran Goyoaga will join us for more book signing. From 3 – 5 pm, you’ll find Beatrice Peltre, Liz Gutman and Jen King, Maria Speck, and Amy Traverso signing their books. It looks to be a very good day for cookbook lovers. Tickets to the market are just $7 and can be purchased here.

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The winner of the Thermopen giveaway is Melissa (#588). I have another gift guide and giveaway coming up tomorrow (I meant to get it up today, but I got walloped by the flu on Sunday afternoon, and I’ve spent most of today laying glassy-eyed on the couch). Stay tuned!

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11 responses to “Boston This Week + Winners”

  1. OH you poor thing! I hope you are feeling 100% soon! It seems like a lot of adults have come down with the flu this season even though it was supposed to be a mild season for sickness…. Once again I am so sorry you were sick! Get better!!

  2. You AND Joy the Baker in one spot?!?! Dang–that would be my version of food-blogger heaven!! Too bad I’m a Canuck and Boston is a wee bit too far for me. Hope you ladies have a great time!

  3. Ugh! I hope that you feel better very soon! Flu bites.

    I tossed a couple of clementines in with my cranberry sauce this year, and it was great! I essentially cubed them – one with the rind on, one with it off. I expected the rind to essentially candy in the sauce, and it did. Turned out really nice! I put in a chopped-up piece of candied ginger, too, and some cinnamon, a cardamom pod, and a dash of nutmeg. Holy cow, was it good.

    Now you’ve inspired me to think about killing some clementines for marmalade. Yum!

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