DOUGH CRAFT PIZZA opened in November. Our Gourmet and the Primary Dining Companion (PDC) first visited the space in 2018 when it was 900 Degrees, and it has the same hip decor — black iron and rustic wood chairs, a white marble bar dominated by three big-screen TVs and a sense of spaciousnes…
CONCORD — The video of the first MRE Challenge, a high school cooking competition sponsored by the state Department of Education and Army National Guard, can now be viewed on the Department of Education’s YouTube channel.
GORDI’S FISH & STEAK HOUSE has served as an apres-ski hangout for Loon Mountain patrons for more than 30 years, offering a welcoming bar with free popcorn and a casual dining room comfortable for families.
SHANGHAI — A firm run by the daughter of Bruce Lee has sued a Chinese fast food chain for using the late kungfu star’s image in its logo without permission and is seeking more than 210 million yuan ($30 million) in compensation, Chinese media outlet The Paper reported.
I was contemplating what to make for a special holiday dinner this year and decided to have the dinner guests weigh in on the matter. A prime rib roast? Lobster? A spiral ham? Another turkey? The possibilities are endless.
This festive, busy time of year deserves a special dinner, but one that only takes minutes to make. Plump shrimp cooked in a vodka tomato sauce is a holiday tradition for many Italian families and is quick and easy to prepare.
Teriyaki, a sweet sauce, glazes juicy steak for this quick meal. Frozen diced onion, minced garlic and sliced mushrooms, already prepared in the supermarket, are added to bottled teriyaki sauce to give it a homemade touch.
OUR GOURMET has ventured to La Maison Navarre in Portsmouth before, and enjoyed numerous delicious pastries and happy hours (4-6 p.m.) with charcuterie boards, $1 escargot and wine specials, but this was different. This was fondue night.
Brightly colored backpacks are piled against a wall in the basement of the Raymond United Methodist Church waiting to be filled with food for children in Raymond and Fremont who otherwise might go without when they’re not at school.
If you’re one of the millions of people traveling this season for the sake of eating — and seeing family, allegedly — you could be getting on a plane soon with Tupperware in tow. Maybe you’re carrying ingredients for the big meal, or maybe you’re ferrying priceless leftovers home. Whatever t…
I t’s hard to believe Thanksgiving is next week — some people are still working through their Halloween candy they managed to hide from the trick-or-treaters. When reality hit me that turkey day was just around the corner, I realized I felt unmotivated to put together a big holiday meal.
Americans secretly dislike one or more beloved Thanksgiving classics, but eat it anyway to avoid hurting your feelings or because it’s an American tradition, according to a new survey conducted by Harris Poll for Instacart.