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Travel Channel star Andrew Zimmern at Clover in Central Square with chef Jamie Bissonnette
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Chef Andrew Zimmern Is Filming in Boston

If you happened to swing by the Clover in Central Square yesterday afternoon, there’s a chance you came face-to-face with a famous face: chef Andrew […]

Shuai Wang of Short Grain made Salmon Tataki with Black Garlic Vinaigrette, Preserved Lemon, and Puffed Rice for a collaboration dinner with Mei Mei and others at the James Beard House
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James Beard-Nominated Food Truck Short Grain Is Popping Up at Mei Mei

Beyond the personal validation of being named an Eater Young Gun, Mei Mei chef Irene Li also got a friend out of that honor. Li […]

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Portland Hunt & Alpine Club Owners Open Little Giant This Summer

UPDATE, July 13, 3 p.m.: Little Giant opens Thursday, July 20, at 5 p.m., with a block party in the adjacent shop featuring Boston’s Parlor […]

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Michael Scelfo Will Open Longfellow in the Algiers Café Space

An iconic Harvard Square establishment will be reborn under a new leader in the neighborhood: Chef Michael Scelfo will open a third concept in the […]

Pastrami sandwich at Katz's delicatessen
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Katz’s Delicatessen Tour Stops in Boston with Jamie Bissonnette

There’s no truth to the rumors just yet that Katz’s Delicatessen, a nearly 130-year-old New York City institution, is opening up in Boston, but its […]

Marijuana-infused cheese pizza is the latest product from Quincy dispensary Ermont
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Quincy Dispensary Debuts Marijuana-Infused Bar Pizza

It has the bubbly look of a South Shore staple, but these are not your typical bar pizzas. Ermont, the non-profit that put cannabis cold-brew […]

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The Poolside RoofTop Chefs Series Returns This Month

While the dreary weather has us holding onto our coats this week rather than breaking out the swim trunks, things will improve—this is New England, […]

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Former La Brasa Chef de Cuisine Dan Amighi Joins the State Park Team’s Latest

UPDATE, July 11, 10:30 p.m.: Café du Pays opens for dinner on Wednesday, July 12, at 5 p.m. PREVIOUSLY: If you’re unfamiliar with French-Canadian cuisine, […]

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Memorial Day Grilling Tips from Chef Andy Husbands

Slather on the SPF 30, wash your hands, then grab a metal spatula—it’s almost the unofficial start of summer. The Memorial Day cookout is straightforward for most […]

Alex Crabb photo provided
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Chef Alex Crabb Is Now Cooking at Shepard

When Alex Crabb was about to open his intriguing prix-fixe restaurant Asta, he told Boston, “To stay relevant, you have to develop new recipes and […]

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Peter McKenzie Departs Shepard in Light of Smoke Issue

Shepard became one of the most hotly anticipated debuts of 2015 with its elemental approach to cooking, but a handful of neighbors are unimpressed. The […]

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America’s Test Kitchen Will Host a Fall Food Fest at Its Seaport Digs

Fans have long invited America’s Test Kitchen into their homes by buying its cookbooks, tuning into its TV shows, and more. Now, the local culinary company […]

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Native Cape Cod Cuisine Returns with the Buffalo Jump

As nettles, fiddleheads, and other native species rise up this spring, the Buffalo Jump also awakens from hibernation. The dinner series by chefs Brandon Baltzley […]

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Now Eventide Is Popping Up at Uni

Eventide Fenway has made its mark on Boylston Street, but the highly anticipated seafood spot hasn’t quite arrived in Boston. Here’s your latest chance to […]

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Early Details on the New Spoke Wine Bar

UPDATE, Wednesday, May 31, 11:40 a.m.: Spoke Wine Bar quietly reopened last night, Eater Boston reports. The reincarnated neighborhood spot serves dinner Tuesday-Saturday from 5:30-11 […]