c

chocolateteacakes's Profile

Title Last Reply

Where to find Gesho in the Boston area?

Thanks!

Where to find Gesho in the Boston area?

Excellent, I'll have to check this out!

Where to find Gesho in the Boston area?

Attempting to make an Ethiopean feast from scratch, including tej. Anyone know of a place to buy gesho other than Amazon?

The 1 Million Pop-Tart Giveaway Is an Atrocity

Somewhat hypocritical...scroll two posts down and see 'Fall Sugar Rush! Our Best Pie and Tart Recipes' complete with a picture of a homemade cinnamon pop tart. Sure, Chow isn't handing out a million pop tarts like Kellogg but by providing people with recipes like the aforementioned contraband pastry involving 2 sticks of butter per batch...well you're just as guilty as Kellogg is of endorsing junk food.

Oct 07, 2011
chocolateteacakes in Features

Where to find Barilla Pesto in Boston?

That was actually the first time I bought jarred pesto sauce. My family has a vegetable garden and we grow tons of basil so I prefer to make my own pesto when it's in season - especially with a few shiso leaves thrown in mmmm. However, since it will be a few more months until I can have lots of fresh basil, Barilla's is tasty alternative. I'll definitely have to try Salumeria's soon. Thanks :)

Where to find Barilla Pesto in Boston?

Edit: Thanks Keith and StevieC, how silly - I think I am the confused one now! After some googling, I think it was most likely the Barilla Pesto Genovese. Perhaps the North End would be the best bet?

Where to find Barilla Pesto in Boston?

Not the Barilla Pesto Genovese but the regular pesto. I had it it Switzerland recently and liked it enough to make a Chow account to post this question (have been a lurker for awhile). It's nowhere to be found at my local grocery stores or on Amazon.

Has anyone seen this in the Boston area?