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SHERYL JULIAN

She’s not obsessed — just organized

Bleak winter days are the perfect time to toss random container lids, alphabetize the spices, straighten out the cabinets. Sheryl Julian offers tips to put some order in your kitchen.

BOTTLES

In N.H., the new Spyglass taproom opens

To date, Spyglass has brewed nearly 200 different beers, an astonishing number in just four years.

FOOD

It’s Fall River v. New Bedford in a monthlong Portuguese pastry throwdown

The sister cities are engaging in a friendly food fight to see which spot has the best egg tart.

FOOD

Chocolate lips, full of goodness. What’s not to love?

Chocolatier Liron Gal of ChocAllure has created a new collection for Valentine’s Day.

GETTING SALTY

Manita Bunnagitkarn runs two successful Thai restaurants, serving spicy comfort food

She came to the United States as a teenager, worked under Todd English, and now delights customers with French-influenced recipes, including her favorite curry puffs.


Where to celebrate love and food this Valentine’s Day

Some people celebrate with love notes and teddy bears, others by sharing a meal. If eating is more you’re speed, here are some culinary celebrations around Boston you might just love.

QUICK BITE

In the depths of a New England winter, Birds of Paradise whisks drinkers to other lands

Ran Duan’s cocktails are all over the map, in the best possible way.

DEVRA FIRST

M&Ms, Tucker Carlson, and why candy is political

When inclusion is on the ingredients list, candy becomes red meat.

GETTING SALTY

Conor Cudahy’s work in Malawi ended abruptly because of COVID. Now he’s at Time Out Market Boston, sharing ultra-local pizza with new fans.

"People are similar. They generally want to talk to you and engage with you, as long as you have a chance to get to know each other," says the former Peace Corps English teacher.

FOOD

Fall in love with this Bundt pan

In celebration of Valentine’s Day, Nordic Ware designed the Floral Heart Bundt, an elaborate heart-shaped pan patterned with intricate flowers.

FOOD

Good Vodka actually does some good, too

While most vodka is distilled from grains, or corn, potatoes, even apples, New York-based Liquorworks upcylces the byproduct of Colombian coffee fruit to create the new spirit.

FOOD

At home with hard cider

Artifact Cider Project launched a spin-off brand based on one of the company’s products, Feels Like Home Classic — a fruity, unfiltered hard cider aged on rum-soaked oak.

BOTTLES

Brothers are brewing a lighter, better Indian beer

Rupee Beer is now distributed in 10 states, geared toward a growing Indian population in the United States.