Cristin is is a Boston-based freelance Food & Travel writer.
Nothing could be finer than to be in Carolina in the springtime, when tender veggies are kicking off the growing season.
Options for a vegetarian traveling in China can require some sleuthing.
Mexican tamales, made by a visiting mom
Ever since chef Roy Choi took to the streets of Los Angeles with his now-legendary Kogi Korean BBQ taco truck, soft tacos have hit the big time. The street food classic has gotten a lot more sophisticated in recent years...
SEOUL — On the streets here, find your next meal by listening for the sizzle. Street food is everywhere.
Crunchy and juicy fried chicken the way Gladys Knight likes it.
Sweet-tart fruity sips have old roots. Shrubs were drinks made with summer harvests in Colonial times. Modern drinking vinegars are part of a line from Andy Ricker.
Most people in the North eat crunchy, roasted peanuts as a snack at a sports event or bar. But boiled peanuts — popular south of the Mason-Dixon line, are entirely different.
Boston is one of the oldest cities in the USA, meaning visitors come for the history and culture – but they stay for the food.
Hopster's Brew & Boards: Part 1 | Edible Boston
Where the Sausage Gets Made | Edible Boston
"Eat poor on New Year's, and eat fat the rest of the year." Five tasty recipes to invite health and good fortune in the New Year. From the December 2013 issue of Vegetarian Times.
National Tamale Day — March 23 — offers the perfect excuse to celebrate this traditional Latin American dish.
Gordon Crane loved to cook. He was a World War II serviceman from Massachusetts, and after the war, he remained in Europe working for the United States Embassy in Paris. During his time in the City of Lights, Crane collaborated with a chef to create the perfect recipe for salad dressing.
Croissants are everywhere in Montreal, from haute cuisine restaurants to little patisseries on many corners. The wafting smell of butter and yeast arrests pedestrians, leading them by the nose through open doorways. This city is a croissant-lover’s paradise; the only hard part is deciding which ones to buy.