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Anyone who incorporates wine, beer, or spirits into their recipes must now file for a special exemption from the federal government.
Comings and goings of businesses and other organizations in the suburbs west of Boston.
Those murky New England IPAs are great, but this Cincinnati outfit has other things in mind
Plus: Refine your kitchen game with cooking classes at Townsman
This is the first restaurant for brothers Jack and Max Barber, who run three Mainely food trucks in — you guessed it — Maine.
You’re greeted so earnestly that any awkwardness at the door melts away.
Funky Pumpkin and the new Funkier Pumpkin will never be mistaken for Thanksgiving pie
Why one Massachusetts congressman is being honored for his work.
That’s one crazy octopus.
Simplicity never goes out of fashion
Sugar has become the nutritional villain du jour, but just how bad is our addiction? The answer is tricky.
Ms. Hamilton’s vocational course in Nova Scotia evolved into one of the world’s leading culinary schools.
The inspiration for Saltie Girl Seafood Bar traces to a legendary tapas bar in Barcelona. If only all of the dishes didn’t arrive at once.
There’s a good bit of prep, but nothing complicated — and it’s fun.
Fierce flavors, spectacular sides, and the joy of tabletop grilling.
Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine are among the states affected by the recall.
Artisanal rice crackers and red bean paste-filled mochi, right to your door.
What to take to your next potluck
A versatile snack, elevated to supper fare
The World Food Programme’s food boxes serve 4 million people a month in Syria, while an app makes a difference in small increments.
Who was this Aunt Sammy, anyway?
Inspired by tradition, but wrapped in a leafy green
Kiff makes South African rusks, meant for accompanying coffee or tea.
A gadget that cuts your food, quick and easy.
The confident cook
Pasta e fagioli gets topped with crushed red pepper, Parmesan, and herbs.
Boston is getting crowded with companies seeking to change the way we eat. And the money is following.
Some lucky bargoers in New York will see a familiar face serving drinks this weekend as Bill Murray is set to tend bar at his son’s Brooklyn restaurant.
Fall Travel | Magazine
Try these spots, from posh and chic to cozy and nostalgic, for a refreshing fall getaway.
Fall Travel | Magazine
Autumn means cider in Massachusets, oysters in Rhode Island, and the best beer in the world (Vermont).
This sleek new Dorchester spot is hopping, even on a Monday night.
Don your finest cowboy attire for an evening with the Marshall Tucker Band, Kiss 108’s Billy Costa, and many of Boston’s top chefs at the 7th Annual Lovelane Hoedown.
Now on tap at State Park: Bridge Lane’s sprightly dry pink wine
After the Grammy-winning singer told the TD Garden crowd she was a fan, the business was inundated with customers seeking the Adele-approved goodies.
They’re not as traditional as their German variants
Places like Farm & Coast Market and Little Moss continue to transform the South Coast.
Got 30 minutes? That’s all you need, says cooking teacher Francesca Montillo.
The Metro-North train system is restoring a tradition dating back 50 years that evoked cocktail-sipping scenes of “Mad Men.”
Plus other restaurant news from around town
The story behind the tequila libraries at Lynnfield’s Temazcal Tequila Cantina
From the Bar
A Hungarian white complements skate wing with eggplant puree and charred tomato vinaigrette at The Townshend in Quincy.
Kendall Square is far from the BBQ belt, but chef Andy Husbands gets meat right.
Cooking | Magazine
Italian prune plums shine in an almond cake, clafoutis, and more.
A sandwich full of refreshing flavors
Meet your new burger alternative.
Serve them over ice cream, and turn the syrup into peach shrub
Here’s the lineup for this year’s Let’s Talk About Food Festival