For a time, it seemed delis were endangered. Then, suddenly, they're one of the nation's hottest food trends. In this two-part series, we explore the deli's nostalgic past and promising future.
We found 5 not-quite-kosher Boston restaurant dishes that could make for an untraditional — but exceptionally tasty — Passover meal.
We're not knocking the beloved beet salad, but this ruby-red vegetable can be showcased in so many other ways, including fries, pasta, and even drinks.
Spectating works up an appetite too! Don’t default to the nearest fast food chain on Marathon Monday. Fuel yourself with local eats to keep the cheers and cowbell coming.
With many Boston restaurants taking a tip from Nashville, local chefs are turning out wicked birds.
Whether you ran the Boston Marathon or ran around spectating, you will have burned a lot of calories on Patriot's Day. Here's a roundup of 7 of the most decadent dishes in town. Treat yo’self!
On race day, the first thing you want is to feel your best and the last thing you want is to wonder how to make that happen. Use these strategies to get the most out of the pre-race food offerings with the least amount of effort.
The star of "Simply Ming" is prepping to host the James Beard Book, Broadcast & Journalism Awards, and tells us how he's looking forward to promoting the New England chefs, trends, and local charities close to his heart.
Pull your sleeves up and get out your tasting journals. We're digging in to some pretty unconventional, budget-friendly, and absolutely perfect food and drink combos here.
Yeah, we got some snow in the spring. But things are already growing in these local restaurants with living walls. Get psyched for greener days ahead.
We found some superb regional Chinese spots all around Boston. And guess what? None of them are located in the parking purgatory known as Chinatown.
Tart tasting brews are taking Boston beer lists by storm! Some of our favorite local bartenders and brewers tell us why.
The local culinary authorities share advice on cooking and enjoying lamb, as they prepare to compete in this year's Boston Lamb Jam.
Eating healthy doesn't mean you always have to brown-bag it. We've found 5 tasty, dietician-approved local lunches to help keep you on track.
We poured over police logs, interviewed local scholars and chatted with business owners to uncover some of the most glamorous — and gruesome — stories about our city's infamous historical haunts.
After a management shakeup, Sox fans can count on a winning culinary team this season.
Classics, like tikka and saag — and the $9.95 price tag on the lunchtime buffet — will keep you coming back to Savin Hill.
We took a trip to the Boston Flower & Garden Show to scout what's hot in urban agriculture. Here are the top 5 trends of 2016.
The centuries-old agave spirit is having a well-deserved moment. And we know why the smoky Mexican elixir is popping up in craft cocktails all over town.
Grove creates aquaponic ecosystems, bringing style and sustenance to the indoor home garden.
Catherine D'Amato, president and CEO of The Greater Boston Food Bank, chats about how they provide fresh, healthy food to more than 500,000 people every year.
Two Massachusetts food pros — a cheesemaker and a chef — share their cheeses of choice for fickle March weather.
Taste and learn about stuffed pastas from around the globe at WGBH's "Passport to Pasta" event, hosted by our own Dan Whalen — who literally wrote the book on stuffing foods with other foods.