Looking for food truck fare in Portland? This week's Press Herald article has you covered, and there's even a map to guide you to your next sidewalk meal.
Holy moley. It's The Holy Donut.
Boston Globe correspondent, Kathleen Pierce, wrote up East Bayside as the nexus of all things cool about Portland. The way she sees it, East Bayside has enough grit left to it to keep the coffee-roasting, beer-brewing, hipster bowling, eco-business-supporting awesomeness from becoming too trite and predictable.
It was so good that pub owner Laurence Kelly and I--both trying it for the first time--ordered a second one before the first one was gone. It was a solid move.
Boothbay Harbor-based Wannawaf is opening its second location this summer in Monument Square. And unemployed food friends, they're hiring now.
If you have a small appetite, you won’t have to eat much of these; but, the small amount you consume will boost your brain and body’s ability to cope with stress. If you’re a stress-eater, a variety of foods tricks your brain into feeling satiated quicker, so you’ll eat less overall.
I came across a fascinating collection of photos on Reddit today. Twenty photographs of families from all over the world posing with a week's worth of groceries. Check out the photos in the collection and tell us what things seem most surprising to you.
Four Maine chefs go head-to-head to benefit Cooking Matters Maine, a Share Our Strength and Good Shepherd Food Bank program. Wackiness WILL ensue.
Mark your calendars for May 13, because the Tavern at the Inn at Brunswick Station is opening up the patio for the summer season, and they know how to throw a party.
And I'm okay with admitting I'm a bluegrass kind of girl now, which is why I am actually looking forward to hitting OTTO on a Monday night to catch Joe Walsh's free show. Free music, fabulous pizza, and cold beer on tap. Hello, Monday night.