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FROM THE BAR
It’s a summer drink for the whiskey lover
Brookline’s Lineage will host a special charity event honoring retired CIA professor Corky Clark.
The story behind a cluster of steel knife cut-outs mounted on the barbecue parlor’s dining room wall at The Smoke Shop in Kendall Square
For Culinary Institute of America graduate Ralph Fiegel, “Making beer is similar to cooking.”
A side of science
Sound “is the forgotten flavor sense.”
Where to go for torched Fluff cones, plant-based scoops, and long-lived innovation.
The sensei abides
COOP’s MicroCreamery hot fudge is made by women trying to work their way out of homelessness and poverty.
The cuisine of Zhong Li’s native Sichuan is the star of the show.
Food & Travel
But no, there isn’t actually any lobster in the Maine Lobster Tracks flavor
Two years after reaching the semifinals on the TV competition she has written a cookbook, “The Cardamom Trail: Chetna Bakes With Flavours of the East.”
By the Glass
While these packaging formats represent just over 5 percent of all wine sold in the US, they are a trend to watch.
At Comedor in Newton, the ice cream flavors are anything but pedestrian
With this tool, no more bent spoons or strained wrists.
The Confident Cook
It’s like a more-elegant version of pizza.
Breadcrumbs soak up the juices so the crust doesn’t get soggy.
Two layers makes it a party.
This weeknight summer dinner comes together in minutes
Just like the French classic, but without the tuna.
It’s so refreshing — and so fuchsia.
Sink your teeth into these fascinating facts about the popular snack.
With a name like Just Right Farm, it’s easy to understand why none of the special ingredients that will go toward making a dining experience to satisfy the standards of the James Beard Foundation have been left to chance.
Comings and goings of businesses and other organizations in the suburbs west of Boston.
The world’s largest coffee-shop chain reported third-quarter revenue that missed analysts’ estimates.
Three summery, grilled takes, including one with lemon ricotta, crisp coppa, and grapes.
News on K2 Cafe in Kendall Square, and more.
The restaurant is a Mediterranean hideaway from Jody Adams, Sean Griffing, and Eric Papachristos.
Julian Healey is touting his new book as the world’s first dictionary of hops.
The new 25,000-square-foot brewery will serve as a launchpad for local craft brewers looking expand operations.
At Hill-Top Candy in Brockton, the team turns out 75,000 pieces a day
The Inman Square location puts its usual programming of burgers and dogs on hold and serves nothing but birds and sides on Sundays.
Founders Chris and Grace Tkach opened a brand new brewery and tap room in July.
From the Bar
Argentine rosé goes well with head-on salt and pepper shrimp.
The Confident Cook
After the boiled lobsters, after the lobster rolls, its time has come.
Cooking With Gordon Hamersley
Temper the dish with a cooling salad.
Chef-owner Michael Schlow found the massive doors while scouting vintage items for the restaurant.
The former sashimi bar blossoms spectacularly into so much more.
When chefs go on vacation, these are the things they just can’t live without.
These 5 Blade Herb Scissors make adding flavor easy.
Nutty Life’s dairy alternatives come in several flavors
This classic dessert merges sweet and tart. Serve it with a pour of heavy cream.
A summer dish filled with complementary flavors.
The three-month-old, 20-seat spot celebrates the hearty cuisine with dishes that taste like they might have been prepared in a farmhouse kitchen.
He’s otherwise known as Sandwich Batman.