Fresh From the Oven: A Letter From Frog Commissary CEO Christina Sterner

‘Tis the season for gathering with loved ones. Steve and I just came back from London where we went to celebrate birthdays. The trip served as a needed respite after… Read More

The Latest from The Franklin Institute

This season, The Franklin Institute features two new and exciting exhibits, Jurassic World: The Exhibition and Robot Revolution, supported by with additional major support from The Boeing Company. 2016… Read More

Local Shopping

Whether you’re playing host or guest, great baked goods are essential during the holiday season. You can make sure you’re offering something memorable when you buy from one of these… Read More

The Equipped Kitchen

It’s easy to get seduced by every seasonal catalog that comes to the door, but as The New York Times recently revealed, the list of tools the average home cook… Read More

By the Glass by Larry Sterner

Every year around holiday time the question arises: What are the best wines to serve with special dinners? These meals now go well beyond the usual roast, stuffing and mashed… Read More

At Home: Trimming the Tree with Potato Latkes by Steve Poses

I married into Christina’s family some ten years ago. And while I love her for who she is, I also love her for her holidays. I’m Jewish of Eastern-European heritage.… Read More

Party in Focus by Tara Lyons

Our catering team has the good fortune of coming into work every day where the primary objective and passion is to help people celebrate.  Through the year we are planning,… Read More

The Dish by Chef Christopher Greway

Cooking duck breast is a very rewarding autumn activity. The richness of the meat lends itself well to the season and duck pairs well with other fall staples like apples… Read More

Seasonal Musings by Elisa Ludwig

Getting a roast and six side dishes to the table on time is certainly a challenge, but at least there are precedents for what to cook. This time of year,… Read More

Fresh From the Oven

As summer winds down to warm but briskly scheduled fall days, I can’t help but reflect on the change of pace. There’s something so enjoyable about the slower tick of summer,… Read More