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Dovetail Sake produces the traditional Japanese beverage much closer to home.
This mezze is assertively spiced with cumin and seasoned with tangy tamarind.
Nantucket's sweet, tiny shellfish are in season. Take advantage of it.
A cooking class is a fun way for friends to get together and learn something new, and it makes a novel holiday gift.
They’re made by hand in a bowl, then sprinkled with sugar before baking.
A little rye works wonders in this quintessential Canadian pastry.
Dorchester gets two new (and surprisingly similar) restaurants, Lower Mills Tavern and Lucy’s American Tavern.
You won’t find Ciao! Pizza & Pasta in the tourist-filled North End, in a Camberville hipster hideout, or an old-school Italian haunt in Eastie.
Fuchsia Dunlop’s version of a dish served at a small diner in the heart of the city.
Cooking vegetables we usually eat raw can lead to something great.
The retail giant said the first Amazon Go shop will open early next year in Seattle.
Mr. Peng’s dish, a staple at Chinese restaurants in the US, featured lightly battered pieces of dark chicken fried in a chili-accented sweet-and-sour sauce.
Company officials said Eataly will be closed on Monday to allow the staff “to rest for the day.”
Ideas from the new cookbook “Best Dressed,” coauthored by columnist Adam Ried.
From a team of acclaimed chefs, Pabu brings sushi, steak, and swank cocktails to Millennium Tower in Downtown Crossing
The cocktail that pairs perfectly with apple pie.
Chef Jason Santos’s Buttermilk and Bourbon is coming soon.
You probably don’t know his name, but you’ve almost certainly devoured his creation: two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions, on a sesame seed bun.
From the bar
This winter drink is cozy as a cashmere sweater.
This technique leads to an incredibly satisfying brunch.
San Francisco Bay Area health officials were trying to determine if three people who died and five who were sickened after eating Thanksgiving dinner at a church event got sick there or at the assisted living facility where they all lived.
It was a project years in the making, and on Tuesday, it was time to make sure it all went off without a hitch.
Spanning 45,000 square feet inside the Prudential Center, the three-story marketplace opened to the public Tuesday at 4 p.m.
The Confident Cook
Turkey thighs are going to be delicious no matter how long you cook them.
Pantry staples plus bright lemon and parsley make an invigorating dish.
No need to make or buy pastry — just use bread!
Tempo has become a Moody Street mainstay on what’s evolved into one of its buzziest stretches.
A family that gained a reputation for its glorious Trinidadian rollups has set up shop — but be prepared to wait.
By the Glass
An Italian moves to Virginia, and an importer becomes a producer.
The combination is New England’s answer to corn syrup and pecans.
The Trustees of Reservations offers cuts from animals sustainably and humanely raised.
Two Northeastern students invented CoffeeBar, and now it’s for sale in many stores.
Runamok Maple makes fancy syrups infused with spices and barrel-aged.
Champion Jayna Todisco on winning at barbecue as a woman.
The training programs have become a small, but valuable, source of employees for the local food service industry.
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They’re great for gifts — or for eating all by yourself.
A bit of sad news from Inman Square: Cambridge’s WuBurger is no more.
Several restaurant groups in Boston have found their destiny in density, opening eateries in clusters along one block or square.
Baking maven Dorie Greenspan — creator of more than 300 cookie recipes — and Flour Bakery guru Joanne Chang join forces at the Boston Center for Adult Education on Nov. 30 to host a cookie swap.
Sushi and other cold dishes are placed on a conveyor belt that rotates past the restaurant’s customers.
A citrusy IPA comes from Long Trail and a mango-enhanced brew is offered by the maker of Sam Adams.
President Obama is getting the holiday mood started at the White House with the traditional pardoning of the national Thanksgiving turkey.
Thanksgiving can be a vegetarian’s dream feast.
From the Bar
At Beacon Hill restaurant Mooo...., the Hungarian sweet white wine pairs well with an apple dessert.
The brewers see a need for craft beer that aims for approachability.