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These spoons are designed to make your measuring more precise

When you squeeze the stainless steel handles, a scraper sweeps across the spoon, shoving off the excess flour, baking soda or powder, or other ingredient.

‘The New Sotheby’s Wine Encyclopedia’ hits the market this week

The latest edition is the first update of the comprehensive guide since 2011 and is published by National Geographic, another first.

GETTING SALTY

For this new candy shop owner, life is still sweet (just don’t feed her Snickers)

Greer Missouri runs sukker & sweet with her husband, Michael, but switched away from penny candy due to the pandemic.

WHAT SHE'S HAVING

Lightly charred, tender roasted vegetables celebrate roots; please don’t serve them crunchy

Give everything in the pan enough time to caramelize and soften.


Bumbleberry Farms turns honey into creamy spreads, and crafts flavors based on what plants bees feast on

Sweet Orange Blossom comes from Florida beekeepers, and Blueberry Blossom Honey from bees feasting on the blooms of Maine blueberry bushes.

I vote to keep the First Lady Cookie Contest alive. Here’s why.

For one thing, everything else is hard to digest. We could use a sweet spot this election cycle.

FOOD

Krasi Greek’s food is as good at home as it is in-house

A month after the Back Bay restaurant opened, it had to close down. It’s back with COVID regulations in place and another outstanding menu.

DEVRA FIRST

First came the beans. Then came the bánh mì.

A couple wanted to share Vietnamese coffee culture with Boston. At Bánh Mì Oi in West Roxbury, the menu expanded.

6 local pop-ups worth seeking out

Track them down and try them for yourself.

DEVRA FIRST

The pandemic’s pop-up explosion

On the dining scene, novelty now comes in the form of happenings rather than openings.

WHAT SHE'S HAVING

Earnest Drinks makes an earnest go of it in Kendall Square

Cheese dogs, Kool-Aid pickles, and idiosyncratic humor are on the menu.