Try Classic New England Popovers at Popover King
There’s a new spot on Canal Street in the West End, and it takes the humble popover to a gourmet level. Popover King is a coffee shop and...READ MORE
Red White Japanese Vegan’s founder Toc Kobayashi has plenty of experience when it comes to Japanese cuisine. His first business venture...READ MORE
Table is one of the North End's newest restaurants, located in the middle of Boston's Little Italy. The dining room is intimate and has...READ MORE
Spring is a season of renewal and rejuvenation, so it's a great time to apply these concepts to your home. You likely already have some...READ MORE
Ramen is more popular than ever in the culinary world, with numerous Japanese eateries opening up to serve this hearty soup dish. Isshindo...READ MORE
Eataly Boston is a mash-up of restaurants, cafes, food counters, and gourmet groceries. So whether you want a chef to do all of the heavy lifting or just need some help with supplies for a gourmet dinner, you'll find what you're looking for. Its talented chefs also teach cooking classes on a regular basis, like the upcoming Cook Better, Live Better: Hearty Toscana on Tuesday, October 31st.
Before you head out to celebrate Halloween, come to La Scuola at Eataly from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. to learn why Tuscan food is beloved around the world—and how to make it in your own kitchen. You'll get to taste-test some Tuscan dishes, help to craft your own, and then enjoy a three-course meal of Tuscan cuisine complete with wine pairings. At the end of the class, everyone leaves with menus, recipes, and wine-tasting tips. Registration is $100, which includes all of the food and drink.