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What's the advantage of joining a wine club? Several people have asked me that question, and I've never had a good answer -- until now. You should join a wine club if you like the wine, it is unique and only available through the club, and it fits your budget.   Read More >>
What's in a name? Well, if it's Insalata Caprese, then years of history steeped in rich tradition is captured in those two delicious words.   Read More >>
BILLERICA -- Has a fried kimchee burrito ever been eaten in Billerica? Well, if the intriguing Korean fusion dish has not been eaten in town, that will change come Sunday when a Korean food truck and several others descend upon Billerica's   Read More >>
By Jim Campanini Roger Smith, 66, is the "coolest" winemaker I've ever met. Best known as the iconic keyboardist for the West Coast soul group Tower of Power, Smith's rapidly making a new name for himself as co-owner of Bump City Wine Co.   Read More >>
At the end of a satisfying day of gardening, The Wine Goddess likes to toast her prized daylillies with a chilled white wine. The "St. Francis", following a patient, two-year subterranean incubation, bloomed early one recent morning eliciting a cry of excitement from the front yard.   Read More >>
Why would you favor drinking a Pinot Grigio from America as opposed to one from Italy? Key factors should be quality, taste and price. Some Americans grab the cheapest bottle on the shelf, believing it's all the same.   Read More >>
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NEW YORK (AP) — Burger King got a boost from the return of its "Chicken Fries." Parent company Restaurant Brands International Inc.   Read More >>
The community groups offering ethnic foods during the Lowell Folk Festival represent the diversity of the Lowell community and the willingness of the Lowell community to share its cultural traditions.   Read More >>
SEABROOK, N.H. -- They may only be separated by the two lanes of Route 286, but for regulars at the adjacent seafood restaurants, there's a world of difference between Brown's Lobster Pound and Markey's Lobster Pool.   Read More >>
The average temperature during my recent five-day wine-tasting trip to Seattle and eastern Washington State was 105 degrees. It hit a high of 110 degrees in Walla Walla on Friday, June 26. Still, it didn't stop my traveling partners -- Kevin Coughlin of Westford and T.J. McCarthy of Lowell -- and myself from visiting local wineries and playing in Drew Bledsoe's 3rd annual Doubleback Golf Tournament.   Read More >>


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