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Liberty & Main's Michael Feighery.

Steakhouse vet Michael Feighery rewards himself with a new restaurant for a job well done

Liberty & Main, newly opened at Dedham’s Legacy Place, is a chance to flex his creative muscles after decades at Smith & Wollensky.

BY THE GLASS
Sweet enough to eat as a table grape, Italy’s dolcetto is even better to drink as wine.

A grape called ‘little sweet one’ makes charming dry wine

Sweet enough to eat as a table grape, Italy’s dolcetto is even better to drink as wine.

FOOD
Maruichi Japanese Food & Deli offers a range of soy sauces, as well as specialty Japanese sauces in its pantry offerings.

It’ll take more than one store to fill the void for customers who shopped the globe at Russo’s. Here’s a start

While not an exhaustive list, here are some places for shoppers who relied on Russo’s.

FOOD
The cover of "The Row 34 Cookbook."

For Row 34 chef Jeremy Sewall, a new cookbook isn’t just another fish story

He wants to make seafood more approachable for civilian chefs.

FOOD & TRAVEL
Maine is about more than lobsters; you’ll find some great-tasting oysters, too.

A DIY food tour in Maine, full of local ingredients (and full bellies)

We wanted to put together our own Moveable Feast on a two-day journey seeking out local ingredients and experiences — minus the film crew.


Battenkill Wholesome Foods cereal.

These seeded bars, crumble, and cereal will give you a boost

Battenkill Wholesome Foods in Arlington, Vt., expands its line of energy foods.

Zip Top Silicone Food Storage Bags stand up, stay open, and then zip shut.

Goodbye, plastic baggies and containers

Zip Top Silicone Food Storage Bags stand up, stay open, and then zip shut.

Brian Ruhlmann sources ghost peppers and habaneros from local growers for his Craic Sauces.

These hot sauces are made in Lowell and don’t aim to torture you

Brian Ruhlmann sources ghost peppers and habaneros from local growers for hot sauces he bottles under the name Craic Sauce.

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Rachael Devaney speaks with fellow Eastern Woodlands Rematriation Collective member Kristen Wyman while preparing fruits and vegetables in Centerville.

‘In caretaking each other, we know that we can provide and have what we need, and that’s how we live abundantly’

The Eastern Woodlands Rematriation Collective nourishes abundance in Indigenous communities throughout New England, with a mission to restore the spiritual foundation of Indigenous people through regenerative food systems.

FOOD & TRAVEL
Black Girl Magic rose.

Black-owned wineries are making their mark in Northern California

Although there are more than 8,000 wineries in the United States, Black-owned wineries are hard to come by. Here are some worth checking out.

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TRADE chef Nadia Michaud

Quietly returning to the Financial District, Jody Adams’s Trade reopens with chef Nadia Michaud

"I want people to actually taste good food and know what food really is," Michaud said.

BOTTLES
Ortiz said he hasn't always been a beer guy.

David Ortiz talks beer, baseball, and family

The former slugger and current Red Sox adviser dished on his favorite World Series and Manny's locker room antics.

FOOD & TRAVEL
"Gastro Obscura" is from the folks behind "Atlas Obscura."

From monkey buffets to pork lard art: This food guide is a treat for adventurous eaters

That said, never would we ever try some of the foodstuffs featured in the new book “Gastro Obscura.”