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Brittany Jasnoff

Restaurants

First Bite: Abigail’s

It may not be a destination yet, but this new Kendall Square haunt is turning out some very smart — and tasty — fare. 

If it’s serious, considered advice on where to eat that you’re after, you need this: the intelligent diner’s guide to dining out now.

Restaurants

The 50 Best Restaurants in 2011

If it’s serious, considered advice on where to eat that you’re after, you need this: the intelligent diner’s guide to dining out now.

Fresh Idea: Cool It

Aloe vera: burn remedy and…trendy foodstuff? It is for some Boston chefs.

Restaurants

First Bite: The Brahmin

A new Back Bay hangout focuses on the Boston of yore—with results pointing to a solid future.

First Bite at Forum

A new Back Bay restaurant has plenty of scene-stealing style. If only it served food to match.

Weddings

Boston Bridal Blog: Stamp of Approval

It’s time to start thinking about save-the-dates, and not the picture-on-a-magnet kind.

Now that you’ve caught your fish, make it delicious with one of these five can’t-be-beat seafood recipes.

Small Bite: The Wholy Grain

The Wholy Grain: Not yet the holy grail of bakeries, but not too shabby either.

Helen Molesworth has her eye on exquisite silver candlesticks.

KATE WARNER has her eye on a Saarinen classic.

Touring Poe’s Boston

The famed writer finally has a foothold in the city he loved to hate.

The Ultimate: Fish & Chips

With St. Pat’s on the horizon, there’s a good chance you’ll find yourself in a pub sometime this month—and nothing pairs better with a pint than fish and chips.

Boston Home Spring 2010: Covet: Proverb's Daren Bascome Craves a Cutting-Edge Chair

The Ultimate: Molten Chocolate Cake

It may no longer be avant-garde, but molten chocolate cake still perhaps one of the most difficult desserts to pull off.