Food & Dining
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As anyone who has lived in the area for more than a few years can tell you, it wasn't all that long ago that if you wanted to go out for something new and different to eat, something creative or cutting edge, you had to head to Providence or … more
We have a love-hate relationship with our seasons here in New England, and as hard as it is to say goodbye to long, warm days, autumn arrives with a blaze of color and bounty of comfort foods that make it hard to resist. Before it gets too cold, … more
Now that autumn weather is here, it’s time to get back to baking. These little cheese puffs are so good and very easy to make. It’s a simple pâte à choux pastry (such as you would use for cream puffs or eclairs). But, in this savory … more
We know that eating a healthy, balanced diet is linked to overall better health and decreased risk of disease. New research is suggesting that eating a healthier diet, particularly later in life, is associated with decreased risk of age related … more
The Newport Mansions Wine & Food Festival, one of the East Coast’s most anticipated events, returns for its 10th year from Sept. 25 through 27. Once again, the Marble House lawn will be the setting for the two-day Grand Tasting, which offers … more
I was thrilled to find fresh Maine blueberries at Stop & Shop last week. But, when I got them home and took the top off, they were soaking wet and starting to soften. They obviously weren’t going to make it to the weekend for blueberry pancakes, … more
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