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Food Article Archives

The articles in the section cover all aspects of healthy and delicious foods. Everything from farm to table restaurant reviews, profiles and interviews with top chefs and recipes.



ORGANIC FARM PERCHED ATOP FENWAY THIS SEASON Yes, that is kale sprouting up from the roof of Fenway.  Lots of it.  Alongside chard, chives, cilantro, strawberries and beyond.  It's all part of Fenway Farms, the 5,000 square foot organic garden positioned on the roof of the park's front office located on the third base side of the EMC level and State Street Pavilion level.  Utilizing a milk crate container growing system the farm is back again for the 2016 season and perfectly positioned to … [Read more...]



POPULAR NYC CHAIN ADDS CAMBRIDGE TO ITS LINE-UPLooking to fuel up?  Check out Liquiteria's latest location in the heart of Harvard Square.  As the New York based chain's popularity continues to soar, they are blazing beyond the city's Union Square, Greenwich Village and Chelsea neighborhoods to make their signature cold-pressed juices available right here with their first location outside of Manhattan. The Liquiteria menu offers a wide range of "cold pressed juice, cleansing options, … [Read more...]



"New beginnings, seeds planted and sprouting, self-awareness, warmer weather, phyto-nutrients; these are some of the things to look forward to in the spring season," so says Chef Allen Campbell, our Find Bliss Boston food guru.  He also suggests that planning a 2-3 day raw fruit and vegetable fast to eliminate toxins and rejuvenate our organs can be for many of us a game changer after a long winter of rich, hearty foods.  "For best results, I would suggest weaning into and weaning out of a fast … [Read more...]



27 Years In, Boston Wine Festival Ever Faithful to its Mission Almost immediately upon taking the reins as Executive Chef at the Boston Harbor Hotel, Chef Daniel Bruce’s passion for pairing the flavors in food and wine launched the Boston Wine Festival.  And like the Sox return to Fenway, the Spring Flower Show and all those runners descending upon the Back Bay from Hopkinton, over the past nearly three decades the festival has earned its real estate on the "annual" Boston calendar.  Mr. … [Read more...]



MEET CHEF ALLEN CAMPBELL... We are delighted to welcome to our growing Find Bliss Boston editorial team, pioneering Chef and Boston native, Allen Campbell.  Chef Allen will from time to time be sharing both his signature dishes and vision through our website and newsletter and also with our sister publication LA YOGA magazine.  Taking care of his mind and body through exercise, organic stress relief and more importantly a primarily plant based diet form the origins of his culinary philosophy - … [Read more...]


Today's recipe comes from Dan LiBoissonnault.  Dan is the owner and creative force behind Dan's Power Plant purveyors of fine, vegan nut cheeses and raw crackers.  Dan is a lover of wine and an expert sommelier with many years experience as a wine buyer, seller, and consultant.  When Dan switched to a vegan diet, he started working on nut cheese recipes he could enjoy with his favorite wines.  You can find the scrumptious results of his toils at Coolidge Corner Yoga in Brookline, 141 Bradford … [Read more...]

Black Bean Soup


I got some beautiful black beans from my CSA this week.  Here is a light and clean vegetarian soup, perfect for the start of winter.  Serve it with some warm crusty bread. For our pescatarian friends, try adding 1 1/2 pounds of fresh peeled tiger shrimp with the cilantro and lime juice and poach until just cooked through. Makes 10 cups. Ingredients: 1 cup dried black beans 1 large bay leaf 5 cups water 1 t. kosher salt 1 large carrot cut into 1/4" dice 1 onion cut into … [Read more...]

POACHED RED AND WHITE PEARS with Saint Agur Blue Cheese and Candied Pecans


  I love poached pears this time of year!  They lend themselves nicely to any holiday menu.  I am using St. Agur blue cheese, maybe one of the most perfect foods on the planet! I always save my poaching liquid.  It is great to add to a vinaigrette, or you can use it to make a smart holiday cocktail! Ingredients: 3 Red Bartlett pears, peeled, cut in half lengthwise, seeds taken out with a melon baller.  Take out a little extra flesh so you have a hole about the size of a … [Read more...]

Warm Shaved Brussels Sprout Salad with Shallots and Bacon


This is a wonderful warm salad on it's own combined with Butternut Squash, Bosc Pear, and Star Anise Soup as a complete meal. Ingredients for the salad: 4 slices bacon cut into 1/4 inch dice 1 pound Brussels Sprouts, any brown or damaged outer leaves discarded 1 large shallot, finely diced Kosher salt and freshly ground white and black peppers Method for the salad: Brown diced bacon in large sauté pan, careful not to burn. Spoon browned bacon onto paper towel to drain using … [Read more...]

Butternut Squash, Bosc Pear, and Star Anise Soup


This weeks inspiration comes from the pear tree in my back yard and my weekly CSA at Green Meadow Farms.  Squash soup is a classic and star anise really brightens it up.  I think a warm salad lends a certain elegance. Check out this excellent pairing Warm Shaved Brussels Sprout Salad with Shallots and Bacon. I love using different types of fun, small plates and bowls for serving.  This time of year you don’t have to go any further than your back yard to find some fun plate garnish as … [Read more...]

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