If there’s one thing I’m sure about this summer, it’s that cold beer is an absolute necessity, and I think any of my coworkers at Formaggio Kitchen would immediately agree. We may have different taste in brands, flavors, and styles, but that doesn’t stop us from trying and appreciating them all. Since I began working here, Continue Reading »
We’ve described it as natural, happy, delicious and (yes) perfect. Why? Because in the 2015 vintage this hits all the pleasure points: bright, juicy fruit, just-right acidity, plush tannins and a scoop or two of that lovely Beaujolais earth. The source of the fruit is Domaine du Tracot, in the Dubost family since 1902, situated Continue Reading »
When we hear the word “summer” at Formaggio Kitchen, the first thing that comes to our mind is barbecue. And not just any barbecue, but the one we have every Saturday right outside our shop that we wait all winter long for. Slow cooking for days beforehand, the aromas of the BBQ pit build throughout Continue Reading »
We are happy to report that with a recent migration of e-mail service providers, we are now able to tailor e-mails to folks interests more than ever before — this means more e-mails with the things you want to hear about and less of the things you don’t!
We recently held our first ever Apple Fest at Formaggio Kitchen Cambridge and, ever since, I have had apples on my mind! For me, apples provoke a range of memories and positive associations but, only recently, did I take the time to delve a little further into the history and science of this fruit.
If you’ve come to this page, you likely know Formaggio Kitchen. Still, an introduction might be nice. Our shop started in 1978 with a vision of creating a European shopping experience in Cambridge. The store is owned by Ihsan and Valerie Gurdal who also own our sister stores Formaggio Kitchen South End in Boston’s South End and Formaggio Kitchen New York in New York’s Essex Market.