It’s very community-based, and the premise is simple: Take what you need and give what you can. That’s it.

Food cooked with love just tastes better. It’s an experience Chef Fresh Roberson wants to share with her community.  

“We’re making some turkey meatloaves, mashed potatoes and some greens from the farm. Today is really comforting food,” she said. “My love language is acts of service and I’m in love with my community. So this is kind of right there for me, like how I can take care of my people, how we can do this work, how it kind of

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The Morse Institute Library in Natick will host a virtual cooking demonstration next month on the health benefits of black garlic. The bulbs are being donated by Quarter Moon Farm in Hancock, N.H.

Libraries across the state are nurturing communities during the COVID-19 shutdown. Unable to allow patrons indoors, or inside only for limited services, they are reaching out via virtual cooking and food health classes as varied as their audiences: candy making, artisan bread, banana split popsicles, Azorean specialties, and more. Classes are typically conducted via Zoom or Facebook Live.

“There’s always people who have a traditional idea that

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Riaz Phillips, curator of Community Comfort: Recipes from the diaspora – Javie Huxley/Kindima Bah

Starring recipes for buttermilk fried chicken, ackee and saltfish fritters, and Mauritian mutton curry, a new cookbook bringing together dishes from a diverse range of cuisines has been released today, with profits going towards helping the families of victims of Covid-19. Over 100 mostly UK-based contributors have submitted a recipe for the e-book, Community Comfort, which is the brainchild of Riaz Phillips.

The food writer, activist, and author of Belly Full: Caribbean Food in the UK (Tezeta Press; £20) dreamed up the idea in late

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