Vegetarians and vegans used to be the anomaly. But the plant-based lifestyle is trendier than ever, and local restaurants are stepping up to meet the growing demand.
Owner Adam Penn is creating vegan/vegetarian versions of traditional diner classics that have mass appeal.
Looking forward to toasting in the New Year, but cocktails are more your scene? Don't worry, we've got you covered.
Will this be the year you ditch your couch and TV on NYE? With celebrations like these, we think so.
Pastry chef Aggie Chin talks with NPR's Ailsa Chang about desserts for your New Year's Eve party. This week, it's citrus pavlova cake.
It seemed like such a great idea when you were buying all that candy for the holidays. Having fun treats on hand, to offer family and friends bent on making merry, is a critical part of the festivities, is it not? Why not brighten things up with one more bag of holiday themed chocolates, so delightfully wrapped in colorful foil?
If there’s ever a time to go all in on a warm, cozy breakfast spread, it’s Christmas morning. Your family will be impressed.
There are plenty of fabulous options around town that are ready to do the heavy lifting of holiday cooking for you.
Need a hostess gift for that last minute holiday party? No clue what to get for your mother-in-law? We've got your back, dear reader. Here are fifteen gift ideas that range from fun to elegant, festive to year-round.
Have you ever heard of a "Clausmopolitan"? They're fancy and oh-so tasty. Bottom's up!
It's never too early to start thinking about our craft beer festival... or the perfect holiday gift.
The hosts of generations past knew how to throw a party. Bring back these retro hits for your holiday gathering.
True story: In the early 1800s, Leominster, MA native John Chapman traveled America’s frontier barefoot, planting apple seeds. Most of us can say we've heard of Johnny Appleseed, as he was dubbed, but we are perhaps less familiar with what happened next.
Chef Joshua Lewin is chronicling a wide range of experiences and interests through the revolving menus at the popular Union Square restaurant.
The area is full of culinary opportunity for those willing to dig a little deeper and go off the beaten path.
In an interview earlier this week, Deb Perelman — the food blogger behind Smitten Kitchen — suggested frying leftover Thanksgiving stuffing in a waffle iron. We had no choice but to try it out for ourselves.
Even with a mountain of containers and an army of guests to off-load leftovers onto, most hosts will still end up with extras for days. And while the Thanksgiving sandwich is a thing of beauty, it can start to feel stale after day three. Here are some fresh ways to mix and match your holiday bounty into meals you’ll be thankful for.
Looking for something new — but also easy to make — to add to the holiday table? This is your recipe.
This year give thanks... for a holiday meal that you won't have to cook.
The secret is out: ciders are the new craft beer. Everywhere you look, a new cider house is popping up with a delightful (and delicious) range of flavors. So, to celebrate fall in New England, we'll be releasing a new regional round-up of ciders each week for the fall!