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.
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.
Stay away from the supermarket with these farm-sourced apps, groceries at wholesale prices, and make-at-home meal kits.
Here are five takeaways on food safety during the coronavirus pandemic from former Bostonian, chef, and Serious Eats creator J. Kenji López-Alt.
An “essential” member of the bakery department at a local grocery store shares her experiences—and what she wants customers to know.
Check out these photos that show animals did not get the memo about social distancing.
From paying for hot meals and household supplies to buying gift cards through a charitable program, here are opportunities to help from home.
Coppa sommelier Jodie Battles picks essential bottles for spaghetti and red sauce, one-pot chili, and more dinners at home.
Take a virtual beer crawl and vote for the Final Pour.
Bartenders share drinks you can make at home (really!)—and online funds where you can “tip” out-of-work staff.
Along with maintaining a safe social distance, keep it legal by not drinking and driving, of course.
Shop online or from a safe social distance to stock up on food and sundries—and support these small businesses in need.
The new season premieres this week, with chefs Karen Akunowicz and Stephanie Cmar back in the kitchen for redemption.
Many hope new services will keep the lights on, at least some staff employed, and Boston fed.