Yes, it's been a while. You may remember that EcoFoodie took a brief hiatus in the fall of 2010 in order to welcome home an EcoFoodie baby. Well, recently the EcoFoodie family has expanded yet again, with not one but two new additions! My apologies for the long silence--as I'm sure you can imagine, it has been a hectic time in the EcoFoodie household!
Now that we have our bearings around here, I will be getting back into action, so stay tuned for some posts about new winter markets this year (hooray Jamaica Plain!), easy winter recipes, and the particular challenges of cooking and eating well with three little ones at home. (Lucky for me, my toddler has an incredible zest for food--broccoli, quinoa, and grapes leaves are his favorites--but getting that good food on the table is not always easy these days.)
If you are also a fan of grape leaves (or baba ganoush, or hummus, or just fresh, simple food), take a look at the article I wrote for Edible Boston this past summer about Seta's Mediterranean Foods. Her delicious dishes are locally sourced and produced, including many ingredients from area farms. Click here to read more, and then go grab some grape leaves for yourself--you can find Seta at a few of the winter markets this year, including Somerville and Jamaica Plain. Tell her that EcoFoodie sent you, and enjoy!