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Food Trends


Trending Ingredient: Charcoal Is the New Black

From cold-pressed juice to artisanal ice cream, culinary-grade activated charcoal is taking local menus to the dark side.


Where to Eat Poké in Boston

Here’s where to find the hot new dish.


Variations on a Theme: Toasts with the Most

Move over, avocado.

Manoa Poke Shop's Ahi Classic bowl

[UPDATE] Somerville Gets Two Poké Stops This Winter

UPDATE, Friday, January 6, 3 p.m.: Manoa Poke Shop is officially open on Saturday, January 7. Check out the debut menu over at Eater Boston. The […]


Think Inside the Box with Gâté Comme des Filles’ Chocolates

Think inside the box this holiday season with Gâté Comme des Filles’ luxe chocolates.

City Life

Throwback Thursday: The Local History of Candied Yams

If you’ve ever eaten a vegetable and thought “This would taste better with candy on top,” then you’re probably a sucker for sweet potato casserole, or candied […]

The taproom at Lamplighter Brewing Co.

Manoa Poke, Parlor Ice Cream, and More at Lamplighter Brewing This Week

With a full espresso menu, nitro iced coffee, and Union Square Donuts doughies by day, and unique beers, addictive ranch pretzels and spicy peanuts on […]


Photos: Brewing the Perfect Cup at MEM Tea

Like wine, coffee, and craft beer before it, tea is growing in both popularity and prominence. Not since the Boston Tea Party 243 years ago […]


There’s No Way You Can Miss This Giant Cheese Parade

The largest wheel of Italian cheese in the Western Hemisphere is making its way to Concord. On December 1, the seventh annual Crucolo Day Parade […]


Three Must-Try Fusion Dishes in Boston

Japanese-Jewish Little Donkey’s nourishing matzo-ball ramen—packed with spicy chicken, burnt onion, schmaltz-powered tare (soy-mirin-sake reduction), corn, and springy noodles—is the closest Boston’s got to the, […]


Found in Boston: Xinjiang Noodles, Moldova Tortes, Sapporo Ramen

Xinjiang The northwestern Chinese province is known for the Silk Road, rugged moutainscapes, and these stretchy, hand-pulled noodles, which Home Taste tosses with cumin, peppers, […]


Have Breakfast for Dinner at Juliet, Waypoint, and Brassica Kitchen

Eggs Joshua Lewin’s French-style dinner omelet at Juliet showcases ethereally soft folds of eggs laced with Parmigiano-Reggiano and toasted bread crumbs. “Everything Bagel” Waypoint’s dill-garnished […]


Want to Try Sea Urchin in Boston? Order These Italian Pasta Dishes

Although the edible gonad of the spiny shellfish has long been adored by sushi fans for its velvety texture and concentrated “ocean” flavor, lately it’s […]


Five Boston Restaurant Trends of 2016

As part of our 2016 Top New Restaurants feature, we looked at a few of the year’s most popular trends. Have you seen any of these recurring […]


A Brief History of Cambridge’s Confectioner’s Row

Take a stroll down Main Street in Cambridge and you’re bound to see brick buildings, plenty of bicyclists, and a fair amount of factories. Some […]