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14 of the Best Super Bowl Foods (Even If You’re Only Watching the Half-time Show)

Everybody's a winner with nachos.
Munchies Staff
1.30.18
health-goth

Matt Jennings Proves that Cabbage Is the Underdog of Vegetables

Cabbage: It's not just for the grandparents in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Munchies Staff
1.12.18
Recipe

Cornbread, Chorizo, and Quahog Stuffing

Stuffing, New England-style.
Matt Jennings
11.8.17
Pizza

Greek Pizza Is the Best Mediocre Food You’ve Never Eaten

This staple of Greater Boston cuisine is just OK, but those who grew up with it love it anyway.
Terrence Doyle
6.7.17
Chinese food

The Chow Mein Sandwich Is the Original Ramen Burger

Except it's the exact opposite.
Terrence Doyle
4.29.17
fishing

Obama's Marine Monument Could Spell Disaster for New England Fishermen

Although conservationists are hailing the president’s move as “phenomenally exciting,” fishermen in the area are not so psyched.
Alex Swerdloff
9.19.16
seafood

Fried Clam Heaven Is in the Salt Marshes of Massachusetts

Fried clams and the rustic roadside shacks that sling them are ubiquitous on coastal New England. But the clams coming from the flats of Essex and Ipswich are world-famous.
Terrence Doyle
7.3.16
vermont

The Best Way to Sample Fresh Maple Syrup Involves Pickles

Once a year, Vermont locals join together to sample the freshest maple syrup with the help of some unusual ingredients.
Casey Elsass
3.28.16
coffee shops

The Resurrection of Bess Eaton

Bess Eaton is a regional coffee shop based in Rhode Island that commands a fiercely loyal fanbase. Even when the company became overtly religious—and later briefly closed—the passion for Bess Eaton never disappeared.
Darlena Cunha
3.27.16
merchandising

Why Your Favorite Band Will Soon Be on Your Kitchen Table

Food startups are finding success growing their businesses on the backs of bands they're passionate about.
Nick Woods
2.5.16
RACISM

The Age-Old Question of Whether Jimmies Are Racist

There is dissent as to whether the term strictly applies to chocolate sprinkles, but far more importantly, there is disagreement over whether the term is racist. Some of those who grew up with the word now refuse to use it.
Alex Swerdloff
6.22.15
Cider

New England Wants to Be the Bordeaux of Cider-Making

“If our cider’s any good, it’s because we don’t know what the hell we’re doing,” says Stephen Wood of New Hampshire's Farnum Hill Ciders. And it's that kind of approach that is setting his cider apart from the sweet stuff that's been taking over beer...
Henry McKenna
6.22.15