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Doodle Pies are a breakfast comfort food that can be shipped to you

These are a healthier version of a Pop-Tart, with luscious, jammy centers.

SIPS

Advice from the pros on becoming your own bartender

The main takeaway? Don’t be afraid to shake things up.

Wash your hands — and your produce

We’re all nervous about the virus, so turn on the faucet, grab the soap, and start singing "Happy Birthday" twice.

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Where to support restaurant employees in need

Your favorite restaurants are suffering layoffs and reduced income due to COVID-19. Here’s how to help.


Longtime restaurateur Michael Schlow on what the food industry needs now

He’s been in this business for three decades, and he’s never endured anything like this.

FOOD

Great cheese from happy cows

High Lawn Farm in Lee, Mass., is all about its Jersey cows, and you can taste the difference in its new line of farmstead cheeses.

RECIPES

Dishes you can make with what’s on hand

We went into our recipe archives to find dishes you can make with what’s on hand in the cupboard, the fridge, and the freezer.

GETTING SALTY

A conversation with Sam Olivari of Black Lamb, Bar Mezzana, No Relation, and Shore Leave

He originally thought he wanted to be an engineer. And then he starting catering.

FOOD

Still want to support local breweries? Here are 10 Mass. IPAs to drink at home

These are some of the best, most underrated beers available right now.

FOOD

The resurgence of SPAM, and other mysteries of coronavirus-era shopping

In times of trouble, mix comfort food with healthy eating.

FOOD

Cotton food bags can help cut down on food waste

B-Organic bags come in small, medium, and large and have dozens of different colorful illustrations of fruits, veggies, and herbs so you can identify what’s inside.

FOOD

Flour sack towels are amusing, witty, and super absorbent

They’ll bring on chuckles yet still get the job done.