I moved a lot as a kid, and to say that moving when you're young is easy would be the understatement of the century. New schools, new friends, all of it sucks. But what always connected me to my new home was the food. Whether trying crabs for the first time in Maryland, or a pretzel in Philly or learning to appreciate food in Boston, there's one constant threaded through all of this - family and friends.
On a hidden corner in Cambridge, MA's Harvard Square is a restaurant that bridges the space between London and Paris. From pastries to black pudding, Les Sablons brunch is a culinary trip across the pond.
While staying at Blue Inn On The Beach, Yankee Magazine arranged a wonderful workshop full of food photography tips with Krissy from Cottage Farm. I learned some great pro tips during this workshop that I use to this day.