Tag: food

Metro, Food, Features

Welcome to America’s Test Kitchen

Between a digital cooking school, two magazines, an 18-year-old publicly broadcasted television show, and upwards of 100 cookbooks, America’s Test Kitchen (ATK) could have exhausted the exploration of cooking innovation. But culinary creativity has found its home on the second floor of the Boston Design Building, located in the Seaport District. In ATK’s 25,000 square…

Metro, Food

Longfellow Bar Raises Bar Bites to New Heights

The goal for restaurants has always been to raise the bar, but for Longfellow Bar, they take the adage quite literally. Elevation of typical bar food and drinks, as well as physical elevation from the hustle and bustle of Harvard Square, allow it to think outside the box—or the margarita glass. Longfellow Bar resides in…

Top 10 Things to Eat with BC Dining
Opinions, Column

Top 10 Things to Eat with BC Dining

Ah, the first month of school. When that Boston College meal plan money is at its peak. I’m sure a lot of you are wondering, how, oh how, will I ever spend it all? I have the perfect solution for you. Besides buying your meal plan-less friends lunch or dinner, here’s a list of the…

Jenkins Lectures on the Ethics of Food, Alternative Food Movements
News, On Campus

Jenkins Lectures on the Ethics of Food, Alternative Food Movements

“Daily food demand in the wealthiest countries—mostly because of the demand for animal-based foods—requires producing around 8,000 calories of food to deliver 3,500 to each person, of which 25 percent is wasted,” Jenkins said. “But that seems to be the diet people want, for as incomes rise, humans everywhere are demanding more meat and more disposable products with empty calories.”

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