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Carbone’s sauces, now on a shelf near you

Carbone, a Michelin-starred Italian-American restaurant in New York City (where reservations are hard to come by), is jarring its pasta sauces.


‘There are kale snacks, carrot snacks, and cauliflower snacks, why shouldn’t there be mushroom snacks, too?’

Introducing Popadelics, the shiitake mushroom chips.


Boston sommelier Charlie Gaeta launches his own wine label

The beverage director’s inaugural bottle, a high-end rosé, has a down-to-earth origin story.


With food as comfort, Michelle Zauner is crying a little less intensely in H Mart

We caught up with the author to talk about her book, her culture, her plans, and her band, Japanese Breakfast.


For her first new restaurant in more than a decade, chef Barbara Lynch looks homeward

The award-winning chef — whose heart isn't in Boston the way it once was — is opening The Rudder in Gloucester, another step in a colorful journey.


Brother Cleve was the godfather of the local cocktail scene

Connecting his love of music and mixology, he brought people together. He died suddenly last week at 67.


Green crabs, now in the hands of home cooks

Boston-based seafood distributor Wulf’s Fish sells frozen green crabs.


Colette opens a second bakery in Melrose

Customers come for sandwiches — the Parisian (bistro ham and Swiss on a baguette) and Colette’s Slaw (chicken curry salad and homemade coleslaw on focaccia), and much more. Bright and cheery, the place echoes Paris.


Sauces that taste good — and do good

Boston native Wayne Luciano, a passionate foodie who grew up in an Italian-American family, and Nathan Sheets, founder of Nature Nate’s Honey Company, have cultivated an excellent line of original, all-natural, gluten-free sauces called Just Like Home Kitchen Recipes that are inspired by real people in kitchens across America.


In the Fancy Food world, everyone is saying yes to no: No gluten, no dairy, no waste

If you could sum up this year’s Fancy Food Show in one word, it would be this: No.


Widowmaker marks its 5th anniversary with events and new beers

During the month of September, Widowmaker is hosting four anniversary events and releasing three collaborative beers. It’s a deserved look back considering the challenges that a pandemic, rising costs, and supply chain issues have inflicted on the brewing industry in the last few years.


French chef Jacques Pépin has become a Mr. Rogers of the kitchen

Now 86, the cooking icon wrote another book, this one personal, while his quick videos garner millions of views.


From ugly to yummy to belly

Sweets, made from sweet potatoes, are a recent addition to Dieffenbach’s Uglies line of flavored kettle-cooked chips that use potatoes that don’t meet chip manufacturers’ standards.