Eat & Drink
  • mainetoday
    The Root

    Foraging for Beach Greens with Andrew Taylor

    More and more people are becoming invested in finding ways to eat healthier, strengthen their local food systems, and in general are paying closer attention to where their food comes from. Read on

    Posted: May 30, 2013
  • mainetoday
    Eat & Drink

    More on rhubarb

    Rhubarb is still the star choicee of spring foods at farmers' markets. And until its popular pairing of strawberries are in the markets rhubarb does very well on its own. Read on

    Posted: May 29, 2013
  • mainetoday
    Food news

    Otto Pizza hosts album cover contest: win pizza and more

    Come up with your own version of Otto-ized album covers and post them on Otto's Facebook timeline or email them to contactus@ottoportland.com. The best ones will be added to an "Otto Rocks!" Facebook gallery (and on the flip side, those that are not suitable for all ages or in good taste will be removed). Read on

    Posted: May 29, 2013
  • mainetoday
    Eat & Drink

    SOS on MD Weekend and other food forays

    For the first time ever I encountered a Wikipedia entry that was most shockingly blunt. It went on to cite “. . . chipped beef” so described as shit on a shingle, being military slang for S.O.S. in mess hall kitchens. Read on

    Posted: May 27, 2013
  • mainetoday
    Eat & Drink

    Artemisia Cafe: a reprieve on Pleasant Street

    Artemisia lives up to the meaning of its name and the name of its location—artful, aromatic food located on charming Pleasant Street—a hideaway location indeed.. The restaurant has been in Portland longer than I have and until recently lunch and brunch were its métier. Read on

    Posted: May 24, 2013
  • mainetoday
    Eat & Drink

    The perfect barbecue-roasted chicken

    Roasting a whole chicken on the barbecue grill is more of an art than you’d think. Type of charcoal, “roasting” temperature and preparation of the chicken are all important factors to consider. Read on

    Posted: May 22, 2013
  • mainetoday
    Eat & Drink

    No nibbles at Nosh Kitchen Bar

    An uninterrupted diet gleaned from the menu at Nosh Kitchen Bar could spell an early demise for those following a healthy lifestyle. Yet an occasional wisp of the fat and fries, the outrageous burgers and beers might, for some, keep the demons of culinary ennui at bay. Read on

    Posted: May 17, 2013
  • mainetoday
    Eat & Drink

    Bring on the rhubarb

    Rhubarb is commonly mistaken as a fruit when it’s actually an herbaceous plant that is customarily used in fruit-based preparations like rhubarb-strawberry pie, crisps and compotes. Read on

    Posted: May 15, 2013
  • mainetoday
    Eat & Drink

    The skinny on ice cream

    When The Gelato Fiasco (I’ve never understood the intent of the name) opened in Portland on Fore Street across from the newly established Gorgeous Gelato I thought it was a dastardly move to compete. Why position your business in the face of another brand so close at hand? Read on

    Posted: May 13, 2013
  • mainetoday
    Eat & Drink

    Daring-duo at David’s 388, South Portland

    Is South Portland’s beloved David’s 388 mere hoodoo compared to the hocus-pocus of strivers across the bridge? It’s a straight shot over the span that connects these two disparate cities, but once you arrive at this funny little outpost, you wonder why you’re not here more often. After two visits I’m totally hooked. Read on

    Posted: May 10, 2013