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Obviously the lobster's great, as is the beer. But there's so much more to the city that's responsible for Boston cream pie. Beantown's rich history extends to its food scene, so see what the city has in store.

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Academia and Science Meet at This Boston Cafe

Academia and Science Meet at This Boston Cafe

Chowhound's Carleigh Connelly sits with CBSN to discuss the involvement of academia in the food landscape - and what this means for the future of gastronomy...

How to Use Lemongrass

How to Use Lemongrass

Chefs Joanne Chang and Karen Akunowicz from Myers + Chang in Boston, show us how to use lemongrass. It's the central ingredient in their Green Monster...

How Restaurants Impacted by the Boston Marathon Bombing Have Fared 5 Years Later

How Restaurants Impacted by the Boston Marathon Bombing Have Fared 5 Years Later

by Laurie Wilson | It’s been 122 years since the first Boston Marathon was run in Boston. And it’s been five years since the Boston Marathon bombings. This year’s marathon...

5 Places to Get Italian Food Outside the North End

5 Places to Get Italian Food Outside the North End

by Jessica Citronberg | In Boston's North End, it's impossible to have a bad meal. With home cooked Italian meals at every inch of Hanover Street and the surrounding area...

Pot Ice Cream May Be the Comfort Food of the Future

Pot Ice Cream May Be the Comfort Food of the Future

by Amanda Balagur | Until recently, David Yusefzadeh would never have imagined he’d be part of Massachusetts’ burgeoning cannabis industry. Clean-cut and dressed in khaki...

What’s New Is Old in Boston’s Fast-Changing Chinatown 05:10

What’s New Is Old in Boston’s Fast-Changing Chinatown

by David Watsky | There is a struggle for the soul of Chinatown, a statement that’s as true in Boston as in any number of other Northeast cities like New York or Philadelphia...

Celebrating Endangered Species with Cocktails at Cafe ArtScience

Celebrating Endangered Species with Cocktails at Cafe ArtScience

Tenzin Samdo, bar director and partner at Cafe ArtScience in Boston, shows us one of his cocktails from a beverage program inspired by endangered species...

Tracing the Evolution of Boston's Chinatown with Local Chefs

Tracing the Evolution of Boston's Chinatown with Local Chefs

Acclaimed Chefs Joanne Chang and Karen Akunowicz meet rising-star Brian Moy for a tour of his restaurants, to trace the evolution of this iconic neighborhood...

The Dishes and Cocktails at Cafe ArtScience Are Smart Enough for Harvard 04:17

The Dishes and Cocktails at Cafe ArtScience Are Smart Enough for Harvard

by Oset Babur | Located in the academic playground between research institutions like Harvard and MIT, it’s no surprise that Cafe ArtScience uses science to fundamentally...

Fermented Food Is So Much More Than a Health Trend in Boston

Fermented Food Is So Much More Than a Health Trend in Boston

by Patricia Sheehan | As scientists and researchers continue to make strides decoding the secrets of health, they've increasingly focused attention on the microbiome. In...

Drink a Cloud At This Food Science Cafe

Drink a Cloud At This Food Science Cafe

Eat, drink, and experiment at Cafe ArtScience. Read more.

Do as the Romans Do: Exploring Boston’s North End Like a Local

Do as the Romans Do: Exploring Boston’s North End Like a Local

by David Watsky | Boston , more than other places, can feel like something you look at, read about, and admire from a distance. More extroverted Northeast cities like...

Jogging and Beer Drinking? Boston's Freedom Trail Combines the Best of Both Worlds

Jogging and Beer Drinking? Boston's Freedom Trail Combines the Best of Both Worlds

by Laurie Wilson | Boston is a runner’s town. It’s home to the Boston Marathon, the oldest annual marathon in the world (1897) held each year in April. And on the heels...

Dark, Milk, White, and Green: This Boston-Based Chocolate Factory Puts the Environment First

Dark, Milk, White, and Green: This Boston-Based Chocolate Factory Puts the Environment First

by Alyssa Cobb | “Mmm, chocolate!” If that quote doesn’t bring to mind a scene with two sisters savoring the scent of decadent chocolate, then chances are you don’t...

These Home Beer Makers Went from Gatorade Coolers to a 30,000-Square-Foot Brewery

These Home Beer Makers Went from Gatorade Coolers to a 30,000-Square-Foot Brewery

by Marisa Olsen | On a typical weekend off industrial Santilli Highway in Everett—a small town four miles north of Boston —friends and families gather to sip on craft...

This Salem Hot Spot Requires a Password and Only Serves One Menu Item Each Week

This Salem Hot Spot Requires a Password and Only Serves One Menu Item Each Week

by Lynne Black | The first thing that comes to mind with Salem may be witches, but the city has so much more to offer. Over the last few years, the mysterious town has...

Smoked Bluefish Pâté

Smoked Bluefish Pâté

This Smoked Bluefish Pâté is a fine way to tone down the strong taste of the oily fish without totally obliterating it, and makes an easy, elegant appetizer...

Italian Easter Pie (Pizza Chiena)

Italian Easter Pie (Pizza Chiena)

This rich Pizza Chiena is an Italian double-crusted pie (or pizza rustica) filled with cured meats, eggs, and plenty of cheese, traditionally made for...

Apple Cider Donut Muffins

Apple Cider Donut Muffins

Apple cider donuts made in muffin form means no frying, but the same sweet cinnamon-accented taste and tender crumb you crave.

How the Portuguese Whaling Industry and Slave Trade Led to Caribbean Food in Boston

How the Portuguese Whaling Industry and Slave Trade Led to Caribbean Food in Boston

by Fiona Chandra | Boston may be known for its Irish heritage, but it, in fact, has a large and rapidly growing Caribbean immigrant population. According to a recent survey...

Babe Sewall's Lobster Roll

Babe Sewall's Lobster Roll

This is a fairly classic mayo-accented lobster roll with a double dose of celery (diced fresh and in celery salt form), plus diced pickles mixed in...

Boston’s Best Picnic Spots and the Foods You Should Bring to Impress Your Friends

Boston’s Best Picnic Spots and the Foods You Should Bring to Impress Your Friends

by Patricia | Pieces of buttermilk fried chicken, hunks of unfrosted chocolate cake, and a big Thermos of cold milk consumed while stretched out on a thick cotton...

Success Is in the Details for This Beloved Boston Deli

Success Is in the Details for This Beloved Boston Deli

by Marisa Olsen | On a typical Saturday morning in historic Waltham, a suburb of Boston, people queue up and wait for breakfast and lunch counter service at Moody’s Delicatessen...

Coming Soon to Somerville: Beer, Wine, and... Axe-Throwing?

Coming Soon to Somerville: Beer, Wine, and... Axe-Throwing?

by Mandi Moon | When I say “Let’s go to the bar and throw axes,” you say “What? Are you insane?” The phrase “axe throwing” most likely conjures up images of either...

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