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Bikes at DWY v. 2

23 May, 2012: Remember that post from a little while ago? I’m proud to say DWY has added another bike to the fleet. The red one is Kati’s. She’s a grad student at Brandeis studying philosophy and she’s been making your chickpea fritter sandwiches. I’ll introduce her in a future post. Can you imagine your bike in this photo? We’re… Read More

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Why I quit my last job

7 May, 2012: Mary (DWY) here. Before I worked at Clover, I worked at one of the oldest family owned/operated burger joints in the city. It’s funny how different jobs you have affect your diet. That job turned me into a vegetarian. I’m not a vegetarian anymore, but it took me a long time before I could eat a burger again.… Read More

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Bikes!

3 May, 2012: Now that it’s warm out, a bunch of us ride our bikes to work. I’m not sure who thought of it first, but you can lock your bike up to the ladder on the side of the truck. We’re going to try to see how many bikes we can lock up to the truck at one time.… Read More

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Giant vegetable gallery

2 May, 2012: I get really excited about veggies that look like monsters. Most of my posts have probably been of some root vegetable held up to someone’s head to compare the sizes. Tory, who’s been making our soups, pulled this one out of our soup kit the other day. It’s longer than my face! Read More

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Dewey breakfast rush

23 April, 2012: There must be thousands of people who commute in to South Station each morning. Chris came by the other day to help brainstorm ways to get more of you to stop by. While we were talking outside, 10-15 of you came to the truck and ended up waiting way too long  for your orders (like 10+ minutes).… Read More

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Soup and glasses don’t mix

16 April, 2012: We make soup from scratch every morning on the truck. When the soup is done we pour it into a big 22-quart container so it doesn’t burn on the range and for storage. It’s usually so heavy that it takes two people to lift. If you wear glasses like me, you pour the soup and it steams… Read More

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Tory

10 April, 2012: If you’ve come in for breakfast recently you may have noticed a new face. That’s Tory. He’s doing an externship with Le Cordon Bleu and has been training up on lunch and soup prep. Tory hails from Roxbury and went to Berklee before realizing he wanted to work in food. He can play more than 10 instruments… Read More

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Would you shave off your beard for Clover?

13 March, 2012: If you’ve been by DWY in the afternoon you probably recognize Tyler. Krysta calls him Goldilocks because of his long blond hair. He found us when he was camping out at Occupy Boston next to our truck, and wanted to know if he could help out. Since then he’s been my closer and training up to become… Read More

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Rutabaga

18 February, 2012: I love rutabagas. I eat them mashed instead of potatoes if I want some comfort food. They’re believed to be a cross between cabbage and turnips. In Europe they’re called swedes and in some places are carved into gnarled faces to ward off evil spirits for Halloween.I liked this one especially because it was almost as big… Read More

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Who put the veg stock there?

18 February, 2012: Mornings are pretty busy at DWY. While Krysta is whipping up breakfast sandwiches, another one of us is cooking a soup to be ready at 11am, just in time for lunch. We run through eggs so quickly that we keep water boiling on our front burner just in case we need to make a new batch. The… Read More