The Dish: Kummerspeck tenders the tastiest holiday trimmings

Comfort foods become cravings in the months of November and December, and hearty meals tend to lead us right into sleeping bliss. For someone like me, the holidays are pure heaven. Recently, that nostalgic, emotional eating style has been captured by the menu offered at Kummerspeck.

So hungry you could eat a Horse Feast? Try deadhorse hill

At deadhorse hill, the trendy, well-regarded downtown eatery, Chef Jared Forman’s aptly named tasting menu is one of breathtaking explorations into the American palate. Coupling a unique approach to seasonal items with a regular rotation of inspiring presentations, the tasting menu we recently sampled provided all sorts of surprises.

Editorial: New Year for the Worcester renaissance

Worcester has come far the last 25 years, preparing itself for the future. While developers continue those big-ticket improvements, let’s add feet to the equation. We urge folks to get out and enjoy this city more. People going out and about inspire the street-level, human-scale practicalities that help a place come alive.

Bushel N Peck spreads to Westborough, tweaks the menu

For decades Bushel N Peck has maintained its perch among the city’s go-to sandwich shops. And now, 37 years after the Oliveri family opened the first store in Tatnuck Square and after new owner Michael Bartosiewicz added locations in Grafton and Clinton, Bushel N Peck is on the verge of opening its fifth storefront in Westborough.

So hungry you could eat a Horse Feast? Try deadhorse hill

At deadhorse hill, the trendy, well-regarded downtown eatery, Chef Jared Forman’s aptly named tasting menu is one of breathtaking explorations into the American palate. Coupling a unique approach to seasonal items with a regular rotation of inspiring presentations, the tasting menu we recently sampled provided all sorts of surprises.