Dining & Food

Tasting Notes with Jim Beauregard: Belgian Quads – big and bold for winter

By JIM BEAUREGARD

Feb 21, 2017

We've talked before about the different kinds of Belgian ales: dubbels, tripels, and the heaviest of all, the quadrupels. The Quads are big and dark.

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Granite Kitchen: Exploring the expanding world of pasta

By JANINE GILBERTSON

Feb 21, 2017

If you've shopped for pasta at the grocery store recently, you've probably noticed the extraordinary increase in the variety on the shelves.

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Our Gourmet: Dim sum offers a different kind of Sunday brunch

By OUR GOURMET

Feb 14, 2017

Dim sum, for a different kind of Sunday brunch

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