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Make the most of your quarantine-weekend with the top morning-to-midday menus to-go.
With the arrival of The Hen House this summer—the city’s first fried-chicken-and-waffles-centric eatery—I made a happy re-discovery: I really, really, really love eating breakfast foods […]
Your Chowder hounds have sniffed down the best culinary events in town. Check back every Thursday for your weekly prix-fixe of foodie festivals, cooking classes, […]
Keeping track of Boston’s dining scene can feel almost as daunting as resisting rich snacks as the days get shorter. Chowder scours the Internet for […]
Little more than five months after opening Aroa Fine Chocolate, which he often described as the fulfillment of a lifelong dream, Alejandro Luna has abruptly […]
At Chowder, our eating schedules leave us little time for serendipity. With events and openings every week, there’s not much opportunity to stumble into the […]
The latest recipe collections from cooking-technique juggernaut America’s Test Kitchen—headed by Boston’s own Christopher Kimball—arrived in the mail with a thud this week. Heavy as […]
I stopped by Craigie on Main—the future (bigger, fancier) Central Square home of Craigie Street Bistrot in the former La Groceria space—on my way to […]
We here at Chowder love great food of all kinds, from romantic dinners at L’Espalier to ribs at Redbones. And one of our favorite places […]
Maybe it’s just a lingering patriotic buzz brought on by too much late-night Olympic and DNC coverage, but I’ve been prone to small stirrings of […]
When is it too soon to review a restaurant? Understanding how unexpected kinks and snafus can muck up even the most well-planned restaurant opening, when […]
When Chowder attends a tasting dinner, the liquid accompanying the food is typically a form of alcohol. We’ve done wine tastings, beer tastings, even tequila […]
Clearly, there are certain comestibles for which Bostonians have a higher-than-average tolerance. There’s the obvious (lobster). The gimmicky (cupcakes). The artery-clogging (everything deep-fried). As of […]