This week's recipe was submitted by Ruth Orrick of Gays Mills in 1982.
Johnson, formerly of Restaurant Magnus, is crafting a menu that pays tribute to the Stamm House's past while incorporating new flavors.
Co-owner Scott Johnson called the new restaurant "a supper club with a twist," with fish dishes, pasta and a whiskey pork chop.
Stare in wonder at the brewery's fascinatingly complex bottling line, or at the delicious, refreshing Unshadowed hefeweizen.
This Saturday's FoodCamp includes workshops on seed saving, home-brewing beer, nut milk, sourdough bread, gardening, bee-keeping and more.
The wild onion-like plant is one of the first things to sprout, so its appearance signals the arrival of spring.
The Southern California brewer's beer hit Wisconsin shelves last week, just before it was named mid-size brewer of the year at the World Beer Cup.
Grilled cheese has gone beyond plain white bread and American slices to become a canvas for creative cooks to find new flavor combinations.
This supper club is a throwback to an earlier time. That comes with some pros and cons, but one definite attraction is 80-year-old owner Craig "Doc" Campbell, a retired surgeon.
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There’s more to Pizza Brutta than just pizza, namely delicious sandwiches on focaccia bread, toasted for 90 seconds in the wood-fired oven.
Manna Cafe and Bakery has been offering dinner since March 21, the first official day of spring, and it's been "going great," reports the restaurant's front of the house manager.
As sure as taxes are due on April 15, the food carts are returning to State Street.
Just in time for Easter — it's kettle corn covered in frosting.
New owners Sherie and Derek Nelson have reopened CamRock Cafe & Sport in Cambridge because it works with their lifestyle.