Category Archives: Food

Chow down with Boston Medical Center CEO & Wellesley resident Kate Walsh

What: Kate Walsh, President and CEO of Boston Medical Center (BMC), will host a lunch on Thursday, April 30 at the Wellesley Country Club. Guests are invited to learn more about BMC, including its role as the region’s largest safety net hospital and leader in medical research. Walsh is a Wellesley resident and an active member of […]

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Upcoming Wellesley talk: Are GMOs Safe? What the Science Tells Us

From the Wellesley Cancer Prevention Project, Wellesley Free Library and Sustainable Wellesley regarding an upcoming free event at Wellesley Free Library, March 26, 7-8:30pm: Many of us are confused about what to think about Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs). There is a plethora of “information” being distributed in the media and on the Internet about GMOs that makes […]

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Yogurtology replacing White Mountain in Wellesley Square

Yogurtology, a self-serve frozen yogurt chain, this spring will be taking over the Wellesley Square space where White Mountain Creamery operated for years until it melted down this past October. Unlike the decidedly “olde fashioned” White Mountain, Yogurtology is a modern marketing-driven business begun in 2008 that is big on social media, nutrition facts, giving back to […]

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Wellesley restaurants, and a bit beyond

After a brief break in service for renovations, the popular Linden Store, a breakfast and lunch institution in town, reopened earlier this week. Check out our review here. Dorset Cafe is another place in town that, like the Linden Store, is owned and operated by siblings, sisters in this case. Sally and Sue Khudairi serve breakfast, […]

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Wellesley’s Linden Store re-opens

Today’s the big day for Greg and Mark LeBrun as they unveil their new and improved Linden Store deli. The popular Linden St. breakfast and lunch spot temporarily closed its doors in mid-January to change the layout and design of the place. The soups, subs, and salads will remain the same. As far as change […]

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Wellesley Farmers’ Market to make triumphant return this spring

The Wellesley Farmers’ Market, which went on hiatus in 2014, will come roaring back this spring on a new day and at roomier location. The market,  held on Thursdays at the Whole Foods parking lot in 2012 and 2013, will now be held on Saturdays at 309 Washington St. (Rte. 16 West), where the UU Wellesley […]

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