Woods Hill Table is the 153-seat culmination of a vision that encompasses the locavore movement in impressive fashion.
Fuse Restaurant Review: Wasabi in North Cambridge — Superior Sushi
What is served at Wasabi is so-o-o-o fresh.
Food Feature: The Culinary Arts Museum — A Mouth-Watering Experience
The Culinary Arts Museum at Johnson & Wales University reopened in September after a fifteen month hiatus to re-assess its inventory.
Food Review: At Sam LaGrassa’s — Corned Beef, The Essence of Jewish Goodness
The best corned beef in the Boston area by far is, get this, at an Italian lunch joint in Downtown Crossing, Sam LaGrassa’s.
Restaurant Review: A Superb French Bistro on the Outer Cape
We were surprised to come upon one of the last things you’d expect to find on the Outer Cape: a French bistro and boulangerie.
Fuse Food Commentary: The Fauvists of Cuisine — Test Tube or Taste Test?
Molecular gastronomy, the application of scientific principles to the understanding of domestic and gastronomic food principles is shaking up the food world harder than Shake ‘n Bake.
Classical Music Feature: A Beautiful Friendship Between Food and Music — Boston Baroque and UpStairs on the Square
Conductor Martin Pearlman and restaurant proprietor Mary-Catherine Deibel talk about their 35 year-old friendship.
Fuse News Food Review: The Hungry Carp Has Brunch at Area Four
Knowledge-burdened Ph.D.’s and passionate young mothers, deep into their problems and their futures. You had to compete to converse.
Film Review: Brainstorming the Sweet Potato — El Bulli, The Movie
The film is many things. It is a testament to the restaurant, immortalizing it on celluloid. It’s also a requiem for the restaurant, which you see as it is closing. It’s a manifesto for culinary invention. It’s a tribute to chef Ferran Adrià and what he has wrought, how he has transformed thinking about food. Screens at the MFA tonight through December 30.
Food Muse: A WRAP FOR A RAJ — Scenes From The Life Of The Dosa
In India, dosas are cooked on a griddle in the street, as well as in restaurants and homes. As street food goes, the dosa gets high marks. It’s not junk, and it tastes great. The Dosa Factory in Central Square, subtitled “Indian Street Food,” is a hole-in-the-wall–not for an evening of food and talk. But that’s not what street food is. It’s a quick fix, and for these purposes, it’s about as good as it gets.