Pasta is a staple food of traditional Italian cuisine, with the first reference dating to 1154 in Sicily. Also commonly used to refer to the variety of dishes made with it, pasta is a type of noodle typically made from an unleavened dough of a durum wheat flour mixed with water or eggs, and formed into sheets or various shapes, then cooked by boiling or baking.
Most of us are guilty of making some quite ambitious New Year’s resolutions. Weeks later, however, we find ourselves not keeping up with our goals. Improving the diet is a common and terrific goal to improve your overall health, but it can be a daunting task. Making small and attainable mini goals to improve diet is more achievable and realistic. Here are some mini diet goals that can have a huge impact on overall health and help you stick to as they are more attainable.
During these chilly months, our craving for warm but weighty foods often leads us to eat less vegetables and more meat. So what’s a chilled-to-the-bone Bostonian to do to stay healthy? Here’s the answer: a Mediterranean winter diet!
Holiday parties are a wonderful way to show appreciation for your team and their work this year. It’s also your opportunity to plan an event that goes above and beyond your traditional office meetings and work lunches. Try a few of these holiday party planning tips to craft a bash that stands out from all the rest.
Derived from the Arabica bean and composed of a very fine grind, Turkish coffee has become famous all around the world for both its strong taste and its special methods of preparation and service. But there’s much more to Turkish coffee’s story apart from its delicious taste, so let’s take a look at all the facts.
The temperate isles of the Mediterranean are home to sun, sea and delicious dishes thought to hold the key to good health. But what is it that makes a Mediterranean diet quite so good for us?
So when you need to get the most from your morning meeting, classic continental buffets, oatmeal bowls topped with crunchy seeds and fruit, indulgent house-made pastries, and even meat-packed breakfast pizzas await you. Grab a cup of java, and read up on these ten catering restaurants delivering the best breakfast in Boston.
Cafe de Boston is a big space, having purchased the eatery next door last year and expanding their own restaurant to include a breakfast and coffee bar and additional seating. With multiple stations, from a salad station to a prepared food and mezza bar to pizza, pasta, sandwiches, and much more, Cafe de Boston is the perfect marketplace eatery to find something gluten free to eat for breakfast or lunch!
Cafe de Boston is a restaurant located in Boston’s Financial District. They are open for breakfast and lunch and offer a multitude of different foods to choose from for even the pickiest eaters! I have stopped there for breakfast before and their egg sandwiches are huge and priced very reasonably.
Looking for a good lunch spot in the Financial District that will keep everyone happy, from your big group of friends or your coworkers? Make sure Cafe de Boston is on your radar. It's a big space with multiple stations, from salad station to prepared food buffet to other stations making pizza, pasta, crepes, sandwiches, and many more. There are desserts of all manners, coffee drinks, free wifi and power outlets at plenty of the seats in the cafe section!
I had been to Cafe de Boston last year but barely recognized it when I went back last week. I honestly thought this was a different location. In my holiday induced (overwhelmed) haze, I had come in a different entrance and the place looked so much bigger and brighter. Cafe de Boston has taken over the space next door and made it a great seating area. Every seat at the bar has an outlet under the counter so that you can recharge while you eat lunch. In the main room there’s a great signpost directing you to your lunch of choice.