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Slideshow: Boston's Big-Ticket Tasting Menus

Barbara Lynch’s new restaurant in Fort Point isn’t the only place with plush prix-fixe meals. Here, a slideshow roundup of Boston’s biggest-ticket tasting menus. View […]

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Tips: Secrets of a Boston BBQ Master

By Donna Garlough Andy Husbands knows a good rack of ribs: The chef-owner of Tremont 647 is also a member of iQue, the team that […]

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A Chef's-Eye View

At Chowder, we do a lot of the talking (and eating, but hey—it’s our job). So we thought we’d hand over the mic back over […]

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Chowder Cooks Sous-Vide

Being a food journalist comes with obvious perks—getting to dine at some of the city’s most elegant spots, hearing about cool new restaurants before they’re […]

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Helping Haiti, One Bite at a Time

In the wake of Haiti’s tragic earthquake, local bars and restaurants are rising to the occasion by hosting events to raise money for the devastated […]

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New: Brunch for the Brunch-Deprived

The dining industry is used to waiting on the hungover (and grumpy) set on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. (We’re sorry!). Sadly, our city’s hardworking chefs, […]

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Provence Town

Once upon a time, Boston had small plates. Then came upscale regional Italian, the “urban brasseries,” the hyper-local and seasonal menus, and then what feels […]

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Catch This: Chef Chris Parsons competes for Bocuse D'Or spot

This week the Bocuse D’Or USA Foundation released the list of 12 semi-finalists who will go on to represent the States in the 2011 competition, […]

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Restaurant News Roundup

A Chowder quickie on the Boston dining scene. Tom Schlesinger-Guidelli, bar manager of Craigie On Main and Best of Boston 2009 Mixologist, is moving on […]

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A Chef's-Eye View

At Chowder, we do a lot of the talking (and eating, but hey—it’s our job). So we thought we’d hand over the mic to a […]

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Out in the Great Wide Open

Used to be, the organized chaos of a restaurant kitchen was a tucked-away affair, hidden from the view of a paying public who preferred to […]

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Getting Fresh with Jean-Georges

The theater district has a new show in town: Market by Jean-Georges, which recently opened inside the new W hotel. We’ll admit that, in the […]

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Free Bar Bites

The best things in life are free—especially when they come with cocktails. Lucky for us, lots of local boites are serving complimentary bar snacks for […]

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Demystifying Cheese at Rialto

When Boston’s food lovers around town see fresh mozzarella on their favorite menus, there’s a good chance Lourdes Fiore Smith had something to do with […]

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When Chef's Away, Who Sautés?

For local chef/owners, branching out from one restaurant to several is a mark of success. But while seemingly empire-minded chefs (e.g. Todd English, Ken Oringer, […]