Northshore Magazine

November 2014

Northshore magazine showcases the best that the North Shore of Boston, MA has to offer.

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in this issue 12 From the Editor 14 Correspondence 230 Where to Buy It Retail listings 256 Due North northern exposure 21 Shore Thing 22 Drink Craft beer 24 Food No. 8 Kitchen & Spirits 28 Drink Spiker's Shrubs 30 Town Reading 36 Business Eat Boutique 42 Bake Pure Pastry 48 Business Atlantic Saltworks 52 Business Richer Pour Wine Co. 56 Sweets Caramels de Bouchard 60 Wine wine··sense 64 Shop Milk & Honey Green Grocer 68 Wine Parker River Winery 74 Nibbles Cheese 76 Accents Holiday table setting 78 Elements Wood ware 80 Cookware Copper pots 82 Kitchen Crockery 84 Accents Linens 86 Agenda Happenings 88 Scene Party pictures photograph by fawn deviney (left); by lauren poussard (right) Table of Contents volume 14, issue 9 10 November 2014 departments 96 Good Growth The North Shore chapter of The Food Project teaches young people about sustainable agriculture, social justice, and community building . By Kiley Jacques 106 Up on the Roof Whole Foods' rooftop farm cultivates fresh, organic produce for its customers and beyond. By Jeff Harder 128 Cold off the Press Marietta and Alan DeAngelo have turned culinary oils and food texturizers into an international business venture. By Kiley Jacques 142 Salty Dog P. J. Halloran and his father, Paul, treat visitors to seafaring tales and foamy ales on the newest addition to the Cape Ann Foodie Tours. By Jeanne O'Brien Coffey 156 Fare Scene From gluten-free to nut-free, North Shore eateries offer alternative dining menus for every dietary need and desire. By Alexandra Pecci 158 42

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