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| March 14, 2017 | Food & Drink
While one week is a scorcher and the next one leaves us reaching for an extra scarf, Bostonians can always depend on a robust food scene to get us through the week, no matter the temperature. In this food news, Tiger Mama hosts a snowstorm roundup, Serafina prepares to open its “garden,” and Joy Wilson of Joy the Baker pays a visit to Boston.
Joy Wilson, the blogger behind the wildly popular site, Joy the Baker, will be at Trident Bookstore on March 23 to celebrate the release of her third cookbook, Over Easy! She will be giving a cooking demo, as well as signing books from 7-9 p.m. The celebration is free and attendees can purchase Wilson’s new book for $27.50. 338 Newbury St., 617-267-8688
Tiger Mama’s Miso Pork Tonkatsu Broth Ramen
During Snowstorm Stella on March 14, Tiger Mama will offer Bostonians a one-of-a-kind shelter. Starting at 5 p.m., the Fenway restaurant will serve their take on Miso Pork Tonkatsu Broth Raen, with a choice of Smoked 5-Spice Lamb Belly or Char Sui Pork Belly, featuring a 5 Minute egg and roasted shiitake. In a nod to the snow, beverage director Moe Isaza will also serve warm, blizzard inspired cocktails. 1363 Boylston St., 617-425-6262
Hit by a blizzard one week, 60s the next: Boston is always telling us to be prepared for shifts in the weather and this means getting excited about patio season. Serafina will soon debut II Giardino at Serafina. “The Garden” at Serafina will live up to that name with 74-seat picnic-style patio seating. Executive Chef Brendan Burke’s full menu of Italian specials will be available during lunch and dinner, and the restaurant will also have its full liquor license. Once unveiled, Il Giardino will be open from 11 a.m.–10 p.m. during the week, and 11 a.m.–11 p.m. on Friday and Saturdays. 10 High St., 617-426-1234