Eat & Drink
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    Restaurant Pronunciation Guide

    Say it, Eat it: Poutine

    Poutine[poo teen or puts-in] French fries topped with brown gravy and curd cheese. It’s also an excellent hangover cure (or, ahem, so we’re told) and one of the best things Canada has ever shared with us. Saying “poo teen” is common in Southern Maine, but our friends from Fort Kent insist that, up there, it’s… Read on

    Posted: January 6, 2013
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    Paint & drink during Paint Nite Portland

    Paint Nite combines artistry with the good ol' fashioned art of drinking. Everything you need to paint - paint, brushes, canvas, apron, easel, guidance - is provided. You buy the drink of your choice. Read on

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    Restaurant Pronunciation Guide

    Say it, Eat it: Prix fixe

    Prix fixe [pre fix or pre feeks] A complete menu (from app to dessert) at a fixed price. Prix fixe menus are what Maine Restaurant Week is made of. Hear it: Eat it: Check out the pre fixe menus from the restaurants participating in Maine Restaurant Week Read on

    Posted: January 5, 2013
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    Restaurant Pronunciation Guide

    Say it, Eat it: Prosciutto

    Prosciutto[pro shoo toe] Uncooked ham sliced super thin. It’s air-cured and makes anything topped with it or wrapped in it better. Hear it: Eat it: Try the maple-glazed prosciutto, tabasco, Vermont cheddar, and egg on a bagel at OhNo Café Caiola’s serves an arugula, mixed melon, and prosciutto salad with grano padano Read on

    Posted: January 4, 2013
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    Restaurant Pronunciation Guide

    Say it, Eat it: Quinoa

    Quinoa[keen wa] It looks, cooks, and eats like a grain, but it’s really the edible seed of a flowering plant. And it’s great in salads or as a stand-alone. Hear it: Eat it: Try the house-made black bean and quinoa veggie burger at Gather, Yarmouth Read on

    Posted: January 3, 2013
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    Restaurant Pronunciation Guide

    Say it, Eat it: Sriracha

    Sriracha[si ra cha] Hot sauce. It’s named after a city in Thailand, Si Racha, and is made of chili peppers, distilled vinegar, garlic, sugar, and salt. It’s highly addictive and can be eaten on almost anything, depending on the severity of one’s personal sriracha dependency. (How addicted are you? Find out.) Hear it: Eat it:… Read on

    Posted: January 2, 2013
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    Restaurant Pronunciation Guide

    Say it, Eat it: Worcestershire

    Worcestershire[worse ta sheer] or [worse ta sure] Sauce. Although excellent with meat and fish, when Worcestershire sauce is used as embalming fluid, it can also turn people into zombies. Hear it: Eat it: The roasted Brussels sprouts with Worcestershire butter and fried onions at Gather, Yarmouth, are tops Read on

    Posted: January 1, 2013
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    Eat & Drink

    DUAL (AND DINE) WITH SPIRTS

    Who knows who'll show up for dinner during the Kennebunk Inn's Spirited Evening Harvest Dinner. The three-course meal includes the "Dueling Spirits" dessert and a visit with psychic Vickie Monroe. A former employee (now apparition) may show up to toss wine glasses through the air. Read on

    Posted: October 30, 2012
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    Food news

    Coffee By Design open house, tours and brewing techniques

    Coffee lovers will love this: Coffee By Design will be educating coffee drinkers about the differences between four brewing technique during an open house Friday. Read on

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    Posted: October 23, 2012
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    Find a place to eat & drink in Biddeford

    Hungry? Find the perfect place for you with our searchable restaurant directory. Read on

    Posted: September 21, 2012