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Add some sparkle to your Fourth – orders on sale now for grillable meal boxes

27 June, 2020: Hot dogs, burgers, buns, marinated veggies ready to throw on the grill. Green gazpacho, potato salad, rhubarb mousse, kits to make homemade soda. Sparklers not included but you get the idea. Here’s the menu for our special Fourth of July edition of our Clover at Home Meal Boxes. Order by Tuesday at 5pm for distribution on Thursday… Read More

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Do you have a friend who needs a visit from the Clover van?

22 June, 2020: (Update July 2: this contest is now closed – thank you so much to everyone who has nominated a loved one! We will announce and contact winners early next week) As we gear up to re-open our restaurants (3 locations are open starting today!) and expand our meal box program (we’ve had to quadruple our capacity in… Read More

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Smiling hard through the mask

18 June, 2020: We were in hibernation, and now everything feels like it is happening at once, with masks on. A summary of major Clover news: The Clover at Home Box program continues to grow. This coming week we are adding a third pick-up/ delivery day. That will make 3 days/ week: Tuesday 6/23, Thursday 6/25, Saturday 6/27If you’ve ordered… Read More

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Rhubarb T-Shirt

11 May, 2012: This is a T-shirt I’ve been wanting to do for a long time. Mostly because I love rhubarb so so much. But I’m not very happy with how it turned out. Notice how large the food icon is on most of our shirts. On this one it’s pretty tiny. Which is really too bad. I’ve also heard… Read More

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Food For Free

17 June, 2020: We have a big kitchen that just got started up again. We want to use it to make food for people in our community dealing with food insecurity. Stacia did some research and connected with Food For Free, they’re our neighbors at the HUB and have been doing food rescue work since the ’80s. The way we’re… Read More

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Clover getting ready to re-open

22 May, 2020: We’re not going anywhere. But there are a lot of things that will have to change to make that statement fact. I thought I’d share with you all what I see in our future, and how it will impact the full community that has allowed Clover Food Lab to exist, our customers, our employees, our suppliers, our… Read More

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Blue eats L’As Du Fallafel

23 October, 2018: October 2005 I ate at L’As Du Fallafel. I didn’t know it at the time but this experience became the prototype for Clover’s most successful sandwich. This past weekend I took a trip to Paris with my father and my son (Blue, above). We’re approaching Clover’s 10th birthday (10/29/18) and I thought it would be fun to… Read More

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In Ayr’s Kitchen – new website!!

4 May, 2020: Can’t believe it’s already been almost a full month of Ayr’s Youtube cooking show. When we started we honestly weren’t sure how much interest there would be. But the support has been amazing!! A ton of folks are tuning in regularly, and we’re getting tagged in a lot of photos of your at-home cooking creations (check out… Read More

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In Ayr’s Kitchen, Episodes 23-26

27 April, 2020: Challenge: how many local ingredients can you incorporate into this week’s recipes? Check back here for updated program schedule, ingredient lists, and video links for this week’s episodes of In Ayr’s Kitchen – I’ll be keeping it up-to-date as we go along. All of Ayr’s previous episodes are available on his Youtube channel – you can also find a list… Read More

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Local vendors & growers you can support right now

22 April, 2020: For some of us (me included) our pantries need restocking right about now. So if you’re looking to restock AND support local businesses while you’re at it, read on for a few of our recommendations! PANTRY Plimoth Grist Mill – Kim makes incredible stone-ground corn meal, sampe, locally-grown popcorn, and more (we use their cornmeal for our… Read More

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In Ayr’s Kitchen, Episodes 19-22 (Bread Week!!!)

20 April, 2020: This week’s shows are all about BREAD!!! We love Maine Grains and Plimoth Grist Mill for flour, grains, cornmeal, etc so if you’re looking to stock up and support a local business while you’re at it, we recommend checking out their online stores! (PS – for Maine Grains, use promo code “homecookingwithayr” for 10% off your order… Read More

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Vegan cheese

9 December, 2008: I bought a couple bricks of vegan cheese to try. I’m sorry to say I just can’t stand this stuff. It stinks first of all. Smells like a grease trap, and if you don’t know what that is you’re lucky. And it doesn’t melt, don’t listen to the claims. I’m putting this in the “better to go… Read More

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In Ayr’s Kitchen, Episodes 14-18

13 April, 2020: Check back here for updated program schedule, ingredient lists, and video links for this week’s episodes of In Ayr’s Kitchen – I’ll be keeping it up-to-date as we go along. PREVIOUS EPISODES – episodes 1-5; episodes 6-9; episodes 10-13 Episode 14 – Pineapple upside-down cakeMonday, April 13 @ 4pmWatch here in case you missed it!Ingredients to follow along:– eggs– salt– sugar–… Read More