Bike safety in the Netherlands
The bacon craze has spread to cocktails, cupcakes — even ice cream.
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As the bacon cooks, the rendered fat mixes with the sugar, which liquefies in the heat, creating a thin coating similar to toffee.
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At the Newton bistro one knows what to expect: a great meal, consistently.
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Darina Allen has been called the Julia Child of Ireland by everyone from the San Francisco Chronicle to WGBH for good reason.
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The Red Sox plan to sell Fenway Franks and other items even when a game is not scheduled.
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Terrianne Koepp, known as Miss Terri to legions of fans who come year after year to Ioka Valley Farm, is the Hancock facility’s high priestess of maple syrup.
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The monthly Tasty Books for Hungry Readers at Melrose Public Library is a food-focused book club.
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NEW YORK (AP) — Kitty Genovese’s screams for help couldn’t save her on the night she was murdered outside her apartment in 1964. Fifty years later, those screams still echo, a symbol of urban breakdown and city dwellers’ seeming callousness toward their neighbors.
The case ‘‘caught the spirit of the time,’’ said Thomas Reppetto, a police historian. ‘‘It seemed to symbolize that society no longer cared about other people.’’
Genovese’s random stabbing by Winston Moseley on March 13, 1964, became a sensation when The New York Times reported that ‘‘38 respectable, law-abiding citizens’’ in Queens watched the attack unfold over more than half an hour and didn’t call police during the assault.
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Author Erica Bauermeister explains she paired “The School of Essential Ingredients” with a food that would “help them — evoke a memory, spur a life change, heal a sorrow.”
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When March gusts rattle the windowpanes, a hearty beef stew and makeshift shepherd’s pie is what’s called for.
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Boston police arrested a woman on Tuesday on charges stemming from last week’s bloody fight in the Back Bay that ended with two women being rushed to Boston hospitals with serious stab wounds.
The woman, who was not named, was taken into custody near the Edward W. Brooke Courthouse on New Chardon Street in downtown Boston, police said.
Police said they were also looking for a male suspect in connection with the stabbings.
The woman is accused of participating in a melee that occurred shortly before 2:30 p.m. on Hereford Street in the Back Bay on Friday, between Boylston and Newbury streets and steps from a Boston fire station, police said.
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In case you missed potatoes, a buttery mash made with plenty of parsley and scallions is the topping for this dish.
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Bacon adds a bit of richness at the beginning of cooking, and turnips fill in for the usual potatoes, but the spirit is the same: a no-frills, satisfying meal.
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Officials announced plans for 235 parking spaces under the expressway between the South End and South Boston.
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The Bolognese served at Rialto by Jody Adams includes among its ingredients heavy cream, tomatoes, and house-made pasta.
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Volante Farms is partnering with John Dewar & Co., which closed after 35 years in business.
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The Do family owns Saigon Market, along with Pho So 1 Boston nearby.
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Daily guide of TV movies and radio highlights
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Indulge the Irish foodie in you on St. Patrick’s Day at, surprisingly, Anna’s Taqueria.
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Students said officers overreacted by using riot gear and pepper spray to break up large crowds at the Saturday event.
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