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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Baking from the Heart

Half of the joy of baking comes from mastering a new technique and creating something worthy of a pastry case. The other half comes from sharing these proud creations with friends, family and community...

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Celebrating Summer Lobster Rolls

“New England is a great place for many reasons. For one, it’s the birthplace of our nation. Two, it contains a wealth of natural beauty. People travel from all over the world to get a glimpse of its...

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Gin Cocktails

Winston Churchill said this about the classic summertime cocktail: “The gin and tonic has saved more Englishmen’s lives, and minds, than all the doctors in the Empire.”

Before he became, well, Winston...

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All Olive Oils are not Created Equal

Salad-making has long been my fondest culinary passion. Back in the 1980s when I was running my Que Sera Sarah specialty-food shop on the island, I’d go through at least a gallon of olive oil per day...

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Salad Days

There is an almost stunning difference between a salad you might make with off-season lettuce and tomatoes from someplace far away, and one made from local lettuces, radishes, spring onions and hothouse...

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The Charcuterie Plate

Putting together a meat and cheese board can be a fun way to start a meal or the perfect midday meal of its own. With a couple of ingredients, some wine and a back yard, you’ll feel like you are in Italy...

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Top Chefs’ Tips & Recipes

Chef Gabriel Frasca

Straight Wharf Restaurant is much like a ship. Walking through the dining room on a summer evening conjures the feeling of being on an austere ocean liner. People are dressed in fine...

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Diet for a Small Planet

When it comes to dinner, we eat differently from how our parents and grandparents saw the evening meal. For them, dinner wasn’t really dinner unless there was meat, a starch and a vegetable, all distinctly...

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What is mezcal? No, not mesclun, that’s a salad. And not mescaline, that’s a different thing all together. Mezcal won’t leave you stumbling through the desert in a hallucinogenic stupor.

Mezcal is an...

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The Home Bar

Winter is coming, and as the days grow shorter and the nights get colder, the majority of the Northeast goes into hibernation mode. While there are still a number of local watering holes open for those...

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