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FOOD

Fall in love with this Bundt pan

In celebration of Valentine’s Day, Nordic Ware designed the Floral Heart Bundt, an elaborate heart-shaped pan patterned with intricate flowers.

FOOD

Good Vodka actually does some good, too

While most vodka is distilled from grains, or corn, potatoes, even apples, New York-based Liquorworks upcylces the byproduct of Colombian coffee fruit to create the new spirit.

FOOD

At home with hard cider

Artifact Cider Project launched a spin-off brand based on one of the company’s products, Feels Like Home Classic — a fruity, unfiltered hard cider aged on rum-soaked oak.

BOTTLES

Brothers are brewing a lighter, better Indian beer

Rupee Beer is now distributed in 10 states, geared toward a growing Indian population in the United States.

FOOD

Ronzoni is discontinuing Pastina No. 155 — a.k.a. ‘Italian Penicillin’ — and its demise is hitting hard

"It’s like an erasure of my childhood!" was one person's reaction on Twitter. Others have run out to scoop up mini pasta shapes wherever they could find them.


DEVRA FIRST

Ashmont Grill in Dorchester is closing

Opened in 2005, the restaurant has been a gathering spot for the whole community.

DEVRA FIRST

Times change, and restaurants should, too. So what does that mean for fine dining?

People keep asking if high-end restaurants are dead, but it’s the wrong question. Here’s a better one for these times: What's our definition of “fine dining”?

FOOD

Say bonjour to local French pastries

Cremeux French Patisserie, of Merrimack, N.H., opened a Coolidge Corner shop in late November.

FOOD

The Chocolate Expo comes to Wilmington

Chocolate lovers will want to be at Shriners Auditorium on Jan. 29 for fountains of deliciousness.

FOOD

A friendly dumpling duel to celebrate Lunar New Year

On Saturday, Jan. 28, starting at noon, The Foundry, a community space in Kendall Square, will host a Chinese New Year celebration with the Cambridge Chinese American Association.

BY THE GLASS

Dry January? Think Denmark

Crafted in Copenhagen, this delightful beverage makes an alcohol-free month a pleasure.

GETTING SALTY

At Johnny Pomodoro, chef Johnny Burke offers up slices of thick-crust pizza and nostalgia

He got his start as a teenager working at Liberty Pizza in Wayland and later at his cousins’ bar, Doyle’s in Jamaica Plain, before going on to fine dining at T.W. Food and The Butcher Shop. (And he's made some expensive mistakes in the kitchen!)

TONY'S TIPS

How to pick — and eat — citrus fruits for the new year

Dragon fruit, pomelos, kumquats, and others are in season now. Here’s where to find and how to enjoy them.