Jacqueline Cain is a food and drinks writer and editor. She is the former Deputy Food Editor at Boston, and has also written for Edible Boston, Apartment Therapy, Eater Boston, and other outlets.
From fresh tortillas to margarita mixers, bring taco night home.
What’s “the new normal” for a food editor and test cook confined to his own home kitchen? Well, there’s a lot of sourdough.
The Boston Black Hospitality Coalition is working to save an already vulnerable group of businesses.
From pints and cones, to at-home sundae kits—these scoop shops have you covered from the comfort of your couch.
Stars, they’re just like us: Stuck cooking at home. Here’s where they’ll eat once we’re out.
No matter what neighborhood you call home, classic Italian comforts can be on your table.
During a very difficult time for the industry, several local restaurants get a spot of good news.
From margarita mixers to taco kits, check out these curbside pickup and delivery options for throwing a fiesta at home.
The unprecedented shutdown has exposed deep issues in the hospitality world—but also raises ideas about how to fix them for good.
Simple slideshows? No way. Check out these interactive, multi-sensory, and downright fun online resources.
While you #StayHome, you can still escape with a book.
Check out these options for home booze delivery and curbside pickup.
There’s no need to skip dessert while staying at home.
Whether you prefer to cheers with beer, wine, or the hard stuff, you don’t have to drink alone this spring.
The Portland, Maine-based brewery is adapting to the pandemic economy—but when all of this is over, beer releases will happen closer to Boston.