EVENTS

EARTH DAY PARTY!
SATURDAY APRIL 22 ~ NOON - 6PM

How will climate change affect FOOD in the future? How can you be a part of positive change? Join us for a tasting of delicious global snacks and activities to deepen your knowledge of climate change and food security with the new United Nation's Cookbook "Adaptive Farms, Resilient Tables" (check out the Globe article here) now available at Curio for a suggested donation to the United Nations Development Programme. 

Andrea Egan from the UNDP will be here from 1-3pm to show a slide show of photos from her work with the UN Development Programme around the world. 

"[The Cookbook] features traditional recipes from six countries – Cabo Verde, Cambodia, Haiti, Mali, Niger and Sudan – and tells the personal stories of how people have coped when their traditional sources of food have begun to change." - Jennifer Baumwoll & Andrea Egan United Nations Development Programme

 

SPRING SPICE DINNER at URBAN HEARTH - April 6-8 at Urban Hearth Restaurant

On April 6th, 7th and 8th neighbors Urban Hearth and Curio Spice Co. pair up to celebrate the new season with a menu highlighting Curio's directly sourced spices and Urban Hearth's seasonal, creative cuisine. Urban Hearth is a lovely café during the daytime (Tues-Sun) and for three nights each week they offer dinner service featuring seasonal, global cuisine in a warm, convivial environment. 

The spring spice dinner (prix fixe for either 3 or 5 courses, including a complimentary cocktail!) will delight your senses with dishes such as: burrata with lavender oil, orange and fennel, Peketoe crab with rose and coriander, locally fished Skate with morels, saffron and vanilla, and goat cheese Tortelli with peas, young garlic broth and Curio's signature Herbes de Romance. Chef-owner Erin Miller and Curio founder Claire will be there to join the conversation and share their shared passion for flavor.

To reserve your spot at the Spring Spice Dinner, head over to Urban Hearth
Hope to see you there!

 


Read About Our Past events:

INTRODUCTION TO AYURVEDA & SPICES with Tobin Hack
Tuesday, March 21st ~ 6:30 pm FREE!

Join us Tuesday evening, at Curio Spice, for a taste of Ether, Air, Fire, Water, and Earth -- the five great building blocks at the foundation of this 5,000 year-old medical art. Which of the elements make up your unique constitution, and how can you harness their power – through diet, lifestyle, and judicious use of culinary spices – to bring yourself into balance? You’ll leave with an understanding of the three constitution types – Vata, Pitta, and Kapha – as well as plenty of Ayurvedic diet and lifestyle tips, and a recipe for a delicious bedtime tonic called Ojas Milk. Tobin Hack Tobin is a Boston-based writer. She holds an MFA in fiction from NYU and a BA in English from Princeton University, and is working towards a 650-hour Ayurvedic Health Counselor certification from the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health

Join us Tuesday evening, at Curio Spice, for a taste of Ether, Air, Fire, Water, and Earth -- the five great building blocks at the foundation of this 5,000 year-old medical art. Which of the elements make up your unique constitution, and how can you harness their power – through diet, lifestyle, and judicious use of culinary spices – to bring yourself into balance?

You’ll leave with an understanding of the three constitution types – Vata, Pitta, and Kapha – as well as plenty of Ayurvedic diet and lifestyle tips, and a recipe for a delicious bedtime tonic called Ojas Milk.

Tobin Hack

Tobin is a Boston-based writer. She holds an MFA in fiction from NYU and a BA in English from Princeton University, and is working towards a 650-hour Ayurvedic Health Counselor certification from the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health

From the Field: MADAGASCAR SPICE CLASS
Thursday, March 23rd 2017 ~ 7pm (Ticketed)
Taste - Smell - Learn - Help

An evening to learn all about Madagascar spices and how to cook with them. Our friend and former Peace Corps volunteer Matt Amato will join us to share his experiences working with vanilla farmers, and you'll take home recipes and your own vial of vanilla beans. 25% of your ticket purchase (as well as any Malagasy souvenirs you choose to buy) will benefit Macolline, a non-profit working to protect the Madagascar forest and generate jobs in the region we source vanilla. *UPDATE: Macolline is now working to help with recovery efforts related to the terrible destruction of cyclone Enawo and your help is greatly appreciated.

An evening to learn all about Madagascar spices and how to cook with them. Our friend and former Peace Corps volunteer Matt Amato will join us to share his experiences working with vanilla farmers, and you'll take home recipes and your own vial of vanilla beans. 25% of your ticket purchase (as well as any Malagasy souvenirs you choose to buy) will benefit Macolline, a non-profit working to protect the Madagascar forest and generate jobs in the region we source vanilla. *UPDATE: Macolline is now working to help with recovery efforts related to the terrible destruction of cyclone Enawo and your help is greatly appreciated.

Limited space! Click here to purchase your ticket. The cost is $25 per person and includes a tasting of dishes made with Malagasy spices as well as a vial of vanilla beans to take home. Questions? Give us a call @ 617-945-1888 or visit our blog to learn more.