The Goods: Local Bites We're Digging This Month
Photos by Scott M. LaceyÂ
Chef Phillip Tangâ€™s bottled condimentsâ€”chili vinegar and sesame mustard, among othersâ€”are a great way to add zing to sandwiches, stir-fries, and salads this winter.
$7â€“$9 each, available at East by Northeast (call in advance).
Black-lava salt from Cyprus, rose salt from Bolivia, shallot- and chanterelle-laced blendsâ€”Woburnâ€™s Beyond the Shaker produces just about every seasoning variety under the sun.
$13.50 each, Available at beyondtheshaker.com, Boston Cheese Cellar, and Pemberton Farms.
South Boston chocolatier Jen Turner has made her name at Blue Tierra with elaborately decorated truffles and delicate buttercream-filled macarons. Weâ€™re especially into her â€śGlobal Collectionâ€ť of bonbons, infused with bold flavors like poblano pepper, lemongrass, chai, and star anise.
Starting at $1.50 each, available exclusively at the new gourmet market Bees Knees.
Source URL: http://www.bostonmagazine.com/2012/11/the-goods-boston-local-food-2/