Our Third Annual MassMex Fiesta, with Cocktails, Rock and so much more
How do we love Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead? Let us count the ways:
1. Since Aztec times, Muertos has been a sacred and festive celebration of the dearly departed, with bold flavors, bright colors and of course, fantastic music, and that's why we're bringing in Walter Sickert & the ARmy of BRoken TOys.
2. Even though the dead can't eat, they can employ the powerful sense memory that is the olfactory, hence we're cooking up CeL classics like Tomatillo Braised Stillman Pork and Taza Chocolate Chicken Mole to revive entrancing memories of Muertos past.
3. We're unearthing the ghosts of our new home Anthony's, while celebrating the future of locavore food in our city. Raise a glass with us, the spirits of Somerville and the lovely ladies of Booze Époque, won't you?
We couldn't be more excited to bring you the biggest, best, most bueno Muertos ever: Get your tickets now before they sell out!
Fall Festival Time
We love Fall in New England, and what better way to take advantage of these brisk sunny days than to find an outdoor festival that supports local food? ThisSaturday, September 28, Mill City Grows in our GM Angie's hometown of Lowell, MA, is hosting their 2nd annual Harvest Fest to benefit their efforts to increase access to local food for all Lowellians. Busy this weekend? Then mark your calendar for the North Quabbin Arts and Garlic Festival on October 5&6. This “festival that stinks” is in its 15th year, and celebrates a region of MA where CeL gets much of its ingredients.
Fall is here and we're ready to get back to our roots! We’re excited to finally feature sweet potatoes in the meal share again—we’ve been missing these vitamin A rich tubers. Those, plus a bounty of creative dishes, await you if you sign up. Here's a taste of what's in store:
- Smoked Sausage and Chicken Gumbo
- Fish Cakes over vinegary Cabbage Slaw
- Sweet Potato topped Cottage Pie
- Fall Cranberry Muffins