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FOOD

Good things in small packages

Pastry chef Kimberly Hydes launched C.R.E.A.M. last year and creates mini ice cream cakes with two layers of ice cream layered on a crunchy cookie base.

THE CONFIDENT COOK

Recipe: Top bowls of farro with green tahini and a poached egg (you’ll love the easy technique)

Recipe for Farro Bowls with Green Tahini and Poached Eggs from the Food section of The Boston Globe.

SEASONAL RECIPES

Recipe: Maple-glazed carrots, drizzled with mustard dressing, are almost too pretty to eat

Recipe for Maple-Glazed Carrots with Mustard Dressing from the Food section of The Boston Globe.

SEASONAL RECIPES

Recipe: Fill corn tortillas with spicy roasted sweet potatoes for a family-friendly dinner

Recipe for Sweet Potato Tacos from the Food section of The Boston Globe.

SIPS

‘Cleve is that special sauce that everyone sought’

On Sunday, a memorial event was held at Lullaby in Manhattan to honor the godfather of Boston’s cocktail scene.

TRAVEL TROUBLESHOOTER

Should Airbnb refund for ‘biggest roach I’ve seen in my life’?

When Maulah Halley found an enormous roach in her Airbnb rental, she checked out and asked for a refund. Airbnb offered to refund her cleaning fees. But can she get her $614 back?

WHAT SHE'S HAVING | SHERYL JULIAN

Marcella Hazan’s Italian cookbooks weren’t the first, just the best

All roads lead to the home kitchen, wrote the late fabled cooking teacher in her most influential volume, which has just been reissued in a 30th-anniversary edition.

WHAT SHE'S HAVING

Recipe: The late Marcella Hazan’s minestrone, from her native region, is a thick soup with extraordinary flavor

Recipe for Marcella's Minestrone alla Romagnola (Vegetable Soup, Romagna-Style).


GETTING SALTY

Tatiana Rosana shares hot takes on Hot Cheetos, the polarizing Seaport neighborhood, and sexism in the restaurant business

Para Maria’s executive chef thinks culinary school isn’t necessarily worth it, either.

Love Letters Podcast

Welcome to Polyamory City

In 2020, Somerville, Massachusetts became the first municipality in the country allowing polyamorous relationships to qualify for domestic partnership status. Meredith talks to one of the first people to register for the new designation. They discuss what it means to be “good on paper” – and what it doesn’t.

DEVRA FIRST

How Floridians truly knew Hurricane Ian would be serious: Waffle House was closed

The restaurant chain is so well prepared for disasters, even FEMA has used it as a metric.

FOOD & DINING NEWSLETTER

Food tours are popular in Europe, but could they take off in Rhode Island?

The beauty of Rhode Island Red Food Tours — similar to other food tours — is that it’s not just about eating.

INNOVATORS Q&A

Combating food insecurity among college students with campus farms

The University of Rhode Island launched a free farmer’s market in 2021. This year, they are providing up to 1,000 pounds of free produce every week.

HONK! returns with a multi-day music extravaganza

Musical groups such as the Jamaica Plain Honk Band, Rude Mechanical Orchestra, and Bread and Puppet Circus Band will partner with local nonprofit organizations to get the word out about various causes, from voter registration to gentrification.

LOVE LETTERS

I don’t think I can be friends with this ex

“I felt like she never really liked me in the first place.”

‘Cheers’ fans clink glasses on 40th anniversary of the TV show’s premiere

Although Sam, Diane, Carla, Norm, and Cliff weren’t there, “Cheers” fans from all over the world made toasts at the Boston pub of the same name on Friday, the 40th anniversary of the sitcom's premiere.