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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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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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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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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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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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Blue Hill’s savory yogurt comes in six vegetable flavors: beet, parsnip, carrot, butternut squash, sweet potato, and tomato.
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The delectable buns give a nod to Irish soda bread.
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Earthy and fragrant, this soda bread has a bright zing of crystallized ginger along with ground ginger.
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At the Brewers’ Dining Hall in Dublin’s Guinness Storehouse, beef stew is served in a small black crock pot topped with “champ potato.”
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L. Mulligan was, in fact, the first pub in the city to have a beer list without Guinness.
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