Posts tagged Menu

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How do you feel about tofu?

23 August, 2018: On my way up to visit Heiwa tofu last week I stopped at a place called Mister Bagel. I was set to meet Jeff early. He starts his days at 6am and not many places are open that early. And everybody knows I like bagels. At the bagel place there was a pretty substantial menu of “tofu… Read More

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Ayr Just doesn’t get it…

22 August, 2018: We’ve had vegans asking for years for more breakfast options. Right now it’s muffins, oatmeal, or overnight oats if you’re vegan. Just, Inc., makers of the Just Mayo we love, brought us this new egg product made from mung beans. Honestly the first few versions we tasted weren’t ready for prime time. But the latest, it’s pretty… Read More

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Thanks for eating the green cabbage!!

27 July, 2018: Chickpea Fritter aficionados have noticed. The purple in the sandwich has been green these past few weeks. We normally use pickled red cabbage. I’m not even sure why honestly. It’s one of those things we’ve done since the beginning. I’d guess I liked the color it added. The other week Ari and Moira who run Lindentree Farm… Read More

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I’ve been keeping this secret for years…

17 July, 2018: Customer picture from CloverHUB Panelle in Sicily is terrible. There, I said it. The Panelle is one of our most successful sandwiches of all time. It’s like nothing you’ve had. Custardy, almost egg-like though it’s vegan. The fennel is amazing. It’s satisfying, yet summery and fresh and delicious. It’s incredible and I wish I could make it… Read More

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Why the rhubarb was late this year

26 June, 2018: (If not for the Impossible shirt I could claim this was me. My son Blue and I made a rhubarb pie last weekend. First time he has made pie. I looked EXACTLY like this when I was his age.) My love of rhubarb is no secret. If you’ve been eating at Clover for a while you might have… Read More

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Sausage Egg and Cheese launching 6/6 at 7am

5 June, 2018: After several months of testing at CloverHFI, we think this one might be ready for primetime. We’re doing a limited release of the Sausage Egg and Cheese tomorrow morning. Folks from Impossible are here from CA and will be paying visits to some locations to meet you all. Stop by. Give them a Boston welcome. And tell us… Read More

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Brix + firm ≠ delicious

4 May, 2018: The Maine Winter Tomato Sandwich is one of my favorite of the year. Not to be confused with the Heirloom Tomato Sandwich that we feature in September (also one of my favorites, do you sense a theme?). This sandwich features tomatoes from a greenhouse in Maine called Backyard Farms, we pair it with sustainably harvested Maine seaweed… Read More

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How to photograph white on white

3 April, 2018: This may just look like Ayr photographing a paper bag, but it really represents a whole journey into menu photography. A couple months ago, when we were in the middling stages of readying our order-ahead app for public release, we knew we needed to do something drastic to upgrade the look of the whole app. Menu photos!!… Read More

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Spring Dug

26 March, 2018: The first sign of spring in New England isn’t asparagus, or strawberries. It’s Parsnips. But not just any parsnip. These are Spring Dug. This time of year, Michael Docter and his crew at Winter Moon Roots brave the cold to harvest a special crop. Michael knows that something magical happens when you leave parsnips underground all winter in… Read More

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Video: Fresh Soup Stock

21 March, 2018: We made a video sharing our recipe for fresh soup stock. I love fresh stock. I first learned how to make it from our chef Rolando who learned how to make it from Thomas Keller at the French Laundry. It’s the building block for every soup we make here at Clover. Stock only takes 1 hour (and most… Read More