PUBLISHED: 19:30 11 March 2019 Charlotte Smith-Jarvis Cradle Bakery and Cafe in Sudbury Picture: Richard Marsham Richard Marsham - RMG Photography Tel - 07798 758711 Watching your weight or your sugar intake? Check out one of these cafes, pubs and restaurants. Hollow Trees Farm cafe Picture: GREGG BROWNIt sounds like a proper gimmick doesn’t it? Nutrition and Hydration Week…but this week that’s what the ‘media gods’ say we should be thinking about, alongside the fact it’s National Butchers Week. It would be easy to cast Nutrition and Hydration Week aside as yet another marketing fad, but I often have readers write to me (particularly diabetics) wondering where on earth they can actually get a decent meal.All of the following businesses are part of Suffolk County Council’s Eat Out Eat Well awards scheme. Not unlike the food hygiene rating we all know so well, these awards (bronze, silver and gold) recognise cafes, … [Read more...] about Check these out if you’re watching your weight or sugar and salt intake
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New Year’s Day is typically the time for resolutions and promises to do better—to take advantage of a fresh start. But after a whirlwind year, my New Year came and went without much thought about resolutions, thanks to a much-needed tequila-filled vacation with my boyfriend, Jay, in Cancun. But in the blink of an eye, we were back in New York. Suddenly, I woke up one Saturday morning and realized it was already the middle of February. Lying on the couch that afternoon binge-watching a show—restless, but too exhausted to think of any plans to make—a thought hit me: I am in a rut.On the surface, everything in my life was great. I’ve been in my dream job running OprahMag.com for seven months, and every day, I walk into work beyond grateful for the gig. But having the dream job has also meant that I’ve had to put my career first—and myself, somewhere after that.That constant hustle at work resulted in a lot of mindless stress-eating; I often … [Read more...] about We Tried J.Lo and A-Rod’s 10-Day No Sugar, No Carb Challenge—and Lost 16 Pounds
In a difficult year with big-name closures in the Boston-area dining and drinking scene, plenty of inventive work went on in other local kitchens. Global flavors, hearty comfort food, and healthful creations (sometimes made by robots) pleased even the most sophisticated palates. Adding to the satisfaction were creative cocktails, painstakingly selected wines, and flavor-forward beers and spirits. Here are some of the most notable debuts since December 2017. 1. ALCOVE A greasy slice has its charm, but partaking of a civilized meal before a game or after work is nice, too. Thanks to industry veteran Tom Schlesinger-Guidelli, doing just that is easier than ever at Alcove, near the TD Garden. Chef Maxime Fanton is French and grew up in Italy, Schlesinger-Guidelli has roots in the agricultural area that stretches along Buzzards Bay, and the menu lands somewhere between New England and the Mediterranean: octopus with potatoes, olives, and chiles, say, or radiatori with braised duck. The … [Read more...] about The 37 best new restaurants in Boston and the suburbs
× Food & Drink Home & Living Money Parenting Relationships Style & Beauty Travel Wellness Work/Life Finds MORE FROM HUFFPOST News Politics Entertainment Communities Opinion HuffPost Personal Videos ©2019 Oath Inc. All rights reserved. HuffPost News × The 6 Best Yoga Pants, According To Yoga Teachers HuffPost Finds “I don't like to be squeezed like an orange.” By Leigh Weingus 01/11/2019 04:02pm ET As you begin to implement your “new year, new you” goals, you’re likely stocking your pantry with Whole 30 -approved essentials and braving freezing cold temperatures to log a few early morning miles. To that we say: Go you! Of course, crushing goals gets difficult if you don’t have the right gear — especially if that goal is fitness-related. One study found that what we wear actually affects our behavior. In other words, if we have workout … [Read more...] about The 6 Best Yoga Pants, According To Yoga Teachers
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today's Paper Advertisement Supported by SOCIAL Q’S A reader is offended by her daughter’s husband and worries his behavior will be passed down. ByPhilip Galanes Aug. 2, 2018 Our son-in-law treats my husband and me dismissively. He’s always checking messages on his phone when we’re around. He makes lots of money, so he thinks he doesn’t have to help his wife with the kids or around the house. He doesn’t even pick up a plate! Our daughter is a busy professional too, but she accepts this deal. When I complain about his behavior, she just gets defensive. At issue is their teenage son, who is so attached to his father that he treats us dismissively, too. How can I deal with this? NANA Deal with this? You already played your hand, Nana, and lost. When you went to your daughter, on your own steam, and griped … [Read more...] about What Should I Do About My Very Rude Son-in-Law?