Recently, a movement has emerged calling for people to buy more locally grown food.
You may be familiar with the term “grass fed beef”, but may have never considered its implications.
When we arrive in the world, the only sustenance we know is milk… and eventually some mashed up fruits and vegetables.
The terms “flatbread” and “flatbread pizza” appear on many restaurant menus these days, but many people still haven’t completely figured out difference between the two.
The 1960s in America were a time of great innovation and change, but there was one historical event that we feel doesn’t get enough recognition:
Pancakes. French toast. Muffins. Eggs and bacon.
Choosing to eat well doesn’t mean a life sentence of raw vegetables for every meal.
Each year about this time, everyone seems to be looking for the same thing: Valentine’s Day ideas! And while couples everywhere are often on the lookout for unique date suggestions,
This past December Ceres Bistro began hosting Tea Time on Saturdays. Tea time evokes many different ideas for people — corsets, scones, pinky fingers sticking out… imagine a scene from Downton Abbey.
It seems every year as summer winds down, New Englanders start looking forward to cooking winter food. By mid-August we’ve had about all of the burgers and grilled chicken we can stand and envision comforting winter food in the oven.