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Celebrating 25 years of The People’s Pint

We recently caught up with the Greenfield brewery and restaurant's founder, Alden Booth, on two-and-a-half decades of brewing beer, serving weird local food, and a notable visit from television host Anthony Bourdain.

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‘The Bear’ ends an era of glorified food television. Thank you, chef.

The series depicts restaurant life as brutally hard, potentially toxic, uniquely rewarding — and anything but glamorous.

SIPS

The brains behind ‘The Cocktail Seminars’

Brian D. Hoefling has been teaching people about the history and science behind their drinks since his days at Yale.

FOOD

4 New England summer foods threatened by climate change

Some our favorite summertime treats could be affected by climate change in the near future.

FOOD

It’s Dine Out Boston time again

The program allows you to try new spots that ordinarily may be beyond your budget, but also support your local haunts.


FOOD

It’s Dine Out Boston time again

The program allows you to try new spots that ordinarily may be beyond your budget, but also support your local haunts.

FOOD

A plant-based puff pastry comes to a freezer case near you

The pastry bakes up light, crispy, and delicious for summer fruit pies, tarts, and turnovers.

FOOD

Cracker Barrel faces blowback after adding Impossible sausage to menu

Comments on a Facebook post announcing the new offering — hundreds and hundreds of them — were split along ideological, generational, and political lines.

FOOD

With record-breaking temperatures on Boston’s patios, are restaurant owners breaking a sweat?

Outdoor dining has been a salvation for restaurants courting germ-sensitive diners. But what happens when it’s 100 degrees outside? You'd be surprised.

FOOD

We asked 7 female chefs to weigh in on ‘The Bear’ and toxic kitchen culture. They had a lot to say.

The Hulu series is this summer’s hit show. But for some people who work behind the scenes in restaurants, it also hits a little too close to home.

FOOD

Shake some shiitake powder into just about anything

Sprinkle it into sauces, soups, stews, sautéed vegetables — even ice cream! — for an earthy richness and umami boost.

FOOD

Some things remain the same at revamped and renovated P-town mainstay

The Governor Bradford, run by the same family for 80 years, sold earlier this year. "No one wanted to see the Bradford go dark or the drag karaoke to go away,” says Jamie Lewis, one of the four new owners.

FOOD

FigBrew, for coffee lovers who need a coffee alternative

The grinds come from roasted organic figs and look similar to coffee. Brew it the same way — in a drip, pour-over, French press, Chemex, or whatever equipment you choose.