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.
He'll get the Healthy Cap Award for his efforts to curb childhood obesity.
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.