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Dinner 10: Seaside Supper

Fourth of July Weekend at Mama’s

2 Comments 06 July 2011

Written by Hairee Lee

Oh say, can you see [Mama’s house]?

For the Fourth of July weekend at a lovely home in Branford Conneticut, the Ragoneses and Wards gathered together to celebrate US’s 235th with the traditional New England clambake with a twist.

For more pictures of the dinner go to our album on Flikr.

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Dinner 9: Bunker Hill Supper

Bunker Hill Supper

No Comments 29 June 2011

The apartment belongs to the family of the host and cocktail enthusiast, Drew. Located directly beside Bunker Hill in Charlestown, the building’s rooftop patio offers one of the most spectacular views of Boston: full view of the obelisk, the city skyline, Zakim Bridge beside the TD Center draped in the Bruins flag, the Boston Navy Yard with the USS Constitution as majestic as ever. Panoramic, and uber historical.

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Dinner 9: Bunker Hill Supper, Table Settings

Two Table Settings

No Comments 29 June 2011

By Hairee Lee

Jars Maguelone and iittala flatware table setting

Jars Maguelone dinnerware, iittala flatware & glassware, and Berti steak knife on Chilewich place mat and Modern Twist coasterble setting

Didriks’ visual merchandising/display manager, Melissa Ragonese, not only designed and prepared the meal for our ninth Dinner Series, but put together the two table settings featured in the dinner.

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Dinner 8: Jim and Page's

A Dinner in February

1 Comment 08 March 2011

Contributed by Hairee Lee

Buffet with Jars Ceramics Tourron charger plate, rectangular dish, and serving bowl and Simon Pearce Belmont serving bowl

Laura's spread of winter pear salad, cornbread, carrots and fennel, and cheese-crusted squash

For this late February dinner party, we prepared a delicious meal featuring winter vegetables (read the recipes here) at our friends’ Jim and Page’s beautiful Cambridge home. See more pictures on our Flickr.

February is ghastly month. It’s cold without the heart-warming effect of Christmas. There’s the memory of January and the dread of March (and April, and probably May) ahead. There’s Valentine’s Day that brings out the Vitamin E deprived anti-Hallmarkers. There’s the post January get-fit frenzy leaving off and the pounds from comfort food going back on. February is miserable. Or it can be miserable.
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