Crimson waiters are seeing red.
Boylston Street: This is one of the "most exciting" food streets in the United States. Take note. [Zagat] Back Bay: TC's Lounge is on the prowl for a new location. [Twitter via EB]...
Ambient, rolling, lilting, and melodic: adjectives we never thought we'd use to describe asparagus.
Those frisky Harvard kids knew how to let loose.
He Tweets that he's arriving in Cambridge to "f*** up some smart kids."
Plus a starred nutrition-rating system and more, all in our morning news round-up.
They understand cooking matter; they also get that cooking matters.
The guy has to eat. Well.
Learn how to eat Ivy-style, from a cooler, older friend.
This season's star-studded line-up includes David Chang, Jose Andres, and Ferran Adria.
Spanish chef Carme Ruscalleda is tonight's Harvard professor.
Plus live, "dancing" shrimp get pulled from a menu after repeated PETA protests, and Chicago's Ina PIckney and South Carolina's Nathalee Dupree, both chefs, run for U.S. Senate seats, all in our morning news roundup.
• Harvard is spending $20.7 million for a dairy farm in New Zealand. [Herald] • A Bay State College student was the victim of armed robbery outside of a St. James St. Subway restaurant. [Globe] • For the first time...
Plus: Obama's cheeseburger problem, and the Chilean earthquake's effect on wine, all in our morning news roundup.
They perform as well at competitive eating as they did on their standardized tests.
Plus: Todd English's stress, and DIY butchery, all in our morning news roundup.