The Medfield Food Cupboard held its annual Thanksgiving distribution this past week.
With the help of the Medfield Food Cupboard, 36 families will have a full table this Thanksgiving. The food cupboard depends on the generosity of individuals and groups in Medfield and neighboring communities in order to feed the families that depend on its service. Local families were able to fill their bags with those items as well as donations of fresh potatoes, onions, carrots and garlic donated by the Wheelock School Victory Garden; homemade breads donated by the Medfield Neighborhood Brigade; five cases of water donated by the First Baptist Church; sugar pumpkins donated by Lovells Flowers and Nursery; and turkey donated by Armand P. P. Janjigian, CEO of the Kingsbury Club. "It truly takes the entire community" said Beth Eby, …
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Monday, February 27, 2012
Who doesn’t love a good sandwich? In a town of many eateries, there are many options for Medfield sandwich fans, but which shop serves up the best meat between two slices of bread? Many will select Italian Groceria, a well-known deli in town that offers a variety of 64 sandwiches, including your Local Editor's top choice, the regular Dagwood. But Blue Moon Bagel Cafe makes a mean B.L.T., and Noon Hill Grill's lunch menu has a tasty grilled steak and cheese. Maybe you prefer sandwiches at Honey's on North Street. And we can't discount the pizza shops: Royal Pizza, Village Pizza and Casabella. Papa Gino's and Subway provide the usual choices from the popular chain restaurants. Let’s not forget about the recently opened From Scratch – under …