Boston has increasingly become a food mecca in its own right, and advancements like the city’s Boston Public Market are all the more proof. The year-round market is filled with a variety of vendors from all backgrounds with a similar tie: all are locally based (or, at least, have local outposts). Fare is fresh, seasonal, and ever-changing, and has become an advantageous resource for chefs and foodies alike.
In this “On Foodable Side Dish,” brought to you by the Foodable WebTV Network, Foodable video correspondent and Boston local, Jacqueline Church, takes us into the Boston Public Market, where we explore a few of the 30-something vendors. Check out the full episode to dig in!