The editors of Food & Wine magazine have named their Top Pizza Spots in the US and Providence's Al Forno Restaurant hasRead More
The celebration of Easter is also a time of glorifying religious foods. Many sweets are made specifically for this holiday, but the most symbolic remains the offering of lamb. Historically the reference to lamb in Christianity goes back to the book of Genesis, when Abraham was asked to sacrifice his son. In the 17th century the Pope adopted a whole roasted lamb on a Vatican’s Easter Dinner and has been a tradition ever since. Your favorite butcher may guide you in selecting the best leg of lamb for this application. Below a simple recipe that guarantees great results in flavors and appearance.
Pot au Feu has announced that the International String Trio will perform at the restaurant on Monday, April 28. InRead More
Rhode Island is one of the best states in the nation when it comes to providing access of local food to its residents,Read More
We Americans tend to drink more red wines when it is cold out and an increasingly number of whites as the temperatureRead More
Carolyn’s Sakonnet Vineyard won 3 medals in the 14th Annual Finger Lakes International Wine Competition held March 29-30.Read More
Dave’s Coffee, a Rhode Island based craft coffee roaster and cafe, has announced it will open a custom-built craft coffeeRead More
In my restaurants we have been offering the cuisine of the Sephardic Jewish Heritage for over 25 years. For this year’sRead More
Spring lamb is usually marketed at a weight ranging from 20 to 40 pounds. There are many market ready cuts from a springRead More
Newport’s Ben’s Chili Dogs first opened its doors in 1969 and has been serving gourmet chili dogs ever since.
At the most recent ‘Evening with Wine’ event at the Providence Wine Academy participants tasted ten wonderful wines fromRead More
This recipe is a great combination of two different territories which creates and intriguing and flavorful dish. TheRead More