Any old bar can pour you a pint. Where do serious beer lovers settle in among their tribe?
Longer days mean more eggs, and a new recipe is hatched. Get the recipe and watch Salt Water Farm’s Annemarie Ahearn make her Asparagus and Herb Frittata.
Mexican on the coast. Cupcakes on the farm. Relish on the roadside. Brûlée in the bike lane. The 2015 Best of Maine Editors’ Choice winners for “Food and Drink.”
Maine Lobster Benedict by Executive Chef, Ben Pollinger, Oceana Restaurant, NYC.
Maine’s breweries churn out some of the nations tastiest and most inventive brews. Here’s a round of Maine beers with ingredients that might surprise you.
“Maine new-shell Lobster has been a local secret for years and provides the sweetest, most tender, most “lobster-y” lobster in the world.”
Salt Water Farm’s Annemarie Ahearn dishes up some biscuits with summer berries.
Summer is unarguably the best time of year to drink beer — at picnics and ballgames, on boats and at barbecues, at sunny, seaside beer gardens. Whatever the setting, these five brews are eminently quaffable.
Chef-owner Cara Stadler had a 10-year plan when she was 16. In 2014 she was named one of Food & Wine’s best new chefs. Here are the “wrapped treasures” we discovered upon dining at Bao Bao Dumpling House.
Maine’s craft beer scene enables full-throttle entrepreneurship. Get a behind the scenes look at our photo shoot at Allagash Brewing Company with some of the personalities of the Maine beer world.
Salt Water Farm’s Annemarie Ahearn treats us to an early summer frittata.
Our May issue includes an oversized guide to Maine’s busiest season, so everyone can pick and plan their perfect summer itinerary.