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The 2022 Boston-area restaurant awards
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Any way you slice it, a Mini Mandoline is a useful tool
Even if your knife skills are superb, you need a mandoline for creating paper-thin slices of potatoes or the slenderest cuts of apples or carrots.
THE CONFIDENT COOK
Recipe: Hearty bowls of Korean-style vegetable and noodle soup are spicy and flavorful
Recipe for Spicy Korean-Style Noodle Soup.
Recipe: Broil thick swordfish steaks and set them on a white bean stew with asparagus and mint
Recipe for Swordfish with White Beans, Asparagus, and Mint
Recipe: Bake store-bought pizza dough with cheese and asparagus, top with prosciutto and salad, serve dinner
Recipe for Cheese Pizza with Asparagus and Prosciutto
For Pammy’s wine director Katie Hubbard, there are no pour choices
"They’re just teeny tiny little grapes waiting to make someone happy."
What to eat at Boston Calling
Pierogies, doughnuts, grilled cheese, oh my! We tried 10 foods at the festival to get a feel for all it has to offer.
A first look at Grace by Nia
With live music and lush decor, the restaurant and club helps usher in a Seaport revision.
Beth Teitell | Commentary
How does a cocktail become the ‘Drink of the Summer’? And will 2023 be the year of the ‘pornstar martini’?
Who makes the call — is there a governing body? Or does it bubble up from the people, like “most likely to be a reality TV star” or “best teeth” awards of the high school yearbook?
Long live soup season
True Primal Soups were created to offer a nutrient-dense, gluten-free, and paleo-friendly alternative to canned soups. The company’s goal is to focus on food high in nutrition and easily digested, using real ingredients while avoiding grains and other common allergens.
Fun tools for getting kids into the kitchen
Kuhn Rikon’s new KinderKitchen line designed especially for children’s hands allows 3-year-olds to slice tomatoes, bananas, and even apples.
World Oceans Day is on the menu for next PAGU Roundtable
The lineup includes founder and executive director Mary Parks of GreenCrab.org, Jonathan Uribe from Atlantic Sea Farms in Maine, and Alisha Lumea of Wulf’s Fish in Boston.
She couldn’t find a perfect cookie, so she baked some in her South Boston kitchen. Then people started lining up.
Maude Gagnon is all in on her buzzy, gooey, and booming baking business, Southie Cookie.