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Food & Wine

Read about some of the best restaurants on the East Coast, from burger joints to five star dining, and discover inspiring new recipes every issue in our Seasonal Kitchen column.

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Cannabis Kitchen

Anna Montgomery’s dinners are not your typical four-course private affairs. When Montgomery is cooking, you can expect everything from the cocktails to crab Rangoon to be infused with a healthy dose of CBD...

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East Meets West

Noemi Capizzo doesn’t think making dumplings is an overly-complicated process. As we sat in her commercial kitchen and talked, she effortlessly folded them one by one until she had a sheet-pan full.

It’s...

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A Big Fish and a Sharp Knife: The Journey of Edmar Piano

“I was in high school. I was still going fishing but at the same time I was gang-banging. And I got caught up,” he said. “As soon as I got out of juvenile hall, they stuck me in that program and I was...

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Whole Fish on the Grill

Fire has been the cornerstone of civilization since early man.

It’s no wonder standing around a charcoal grill with an ice-cold beer gives you that undeniably primal feeling. It makes you, if only for a...

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Bistro at Home

Sometimes, unintended consequences can be a good thing.

When Ruth and Tim Pitts closed Cen- tre Street Bistro in October 2019, they had no idea what the future held. The 22-seat restaurant they had...

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The Bloody Mary

A Bloody Mary is one of those drinks that everyone has their own take on. Some recipes are straight-forward, while others lean toward the extreme. Let me start by saying that the only garnish you should...

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5 Wines to drink this summer that aren’t Rosé

Rosé and summertime go hand in hand, but so do greenheads in Madaket and traffic on Union Street. It is hard to escape and every year it seems to dominate the market. Cases of Whispering Angel and other...

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Q&A with Nicko Fix, Head Chef of the Great Harbor Yacht Club

There is something about a farmers’ market that is difficult to resist. There is an immediacy to the produce on display. There is a connection between the people who have worked the soil and the people who...

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Know Your Tequilas

The mere mention of tequila can often conjure bad memories from our college years, drinking a certain brand we won’t name. The fact is, most of the cheap, college-dorm tequila is “mixto.” Mixto means it...

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A Bountiful Feast

The tradition of Thanksgiving is largely about telling a story through food. It is about food as a symbol. And in such stories, the preparation of the meal is as much of an event as the meal itself.

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