Escamilla is on a mission to bring authentic Tex-Mex cooking to Boston, and now she has a pop-up, Tex Mex Eats, where she’ll serve Frito pie, enchiladas, and homemade tamales until the end of July. 4:08 p.m.
It’s the Oscar of food awards: Goodnow Farms Chocolate of Sudbury just won a Gold Sofi Award in the Specially Food Association’s annual contest for its 70% dark chocolate bar crafted with cacao beans from the jungles of Peru. 2:11 p.m.
When it comes to imbibing, there are certain events best celebrated in a specific place: Kentucky Derby in Louisville; Oktoberfest in Munich, etc. And, as I learned a few weeks ago, May 16 in Detroit. 1:28 p.m.
Antonuccio is the friendly face behind the counter in East Boston, catering to a lunchtime crowd who rely on his Italian sub — “the best one around,” he says — and creations such as the Dog Did It, a chicken cutlet topped with broccoli and melted American cheese on a toasted roll. 5:19 p.m.
With Family Dinner, you sign up online for the share size that is right for your family. They e-mail you recipe ideas when your order is on the way, and it’s hand-delivered in a reusable bag that you give back the next time you order. Almost everything is wrapped in paper. It’s that simple. 9:36 p.m.
On both of my recent visits to Vitamin Sea the place was packed, with parking spilling onto the street and into adjacent lots. The brewery is only open on Saturdays, and on a warmish, misty spring day, it seemed like all of the South Shore knew it. 8:51 p.m.
An MIT graduate was tired of how insipid the flavor of iced coffee becomes as the ice starts to melt. So he used his knowledge of thermal dynamics and heat-exchange technology to create a device that makes an icy cold drink in a minute or less. 8:10 p.m.