Update July 1, 2015: The 2015 Penobscot Bay Food Cruise is sold out. We are happy to put you on our waiting list should a cancellation occur. Or you can reserve your spot for the 2016 cruise!
What could be better for a main dish on a chilly Maine evening than a house-made cassoulet for two?
Rustic, radical dishes served up in Portland.
Chef Troy Mains isn’t just the brains behind the inventive menu at the Harraseeket Inn’s award-winning Maine Dining Room — he’s also a longtime hunter.
Visuals editor and photographer Mark Fleming takes us behind the lens of his photo shoot at Central Provisions in Portland.
Heaping plates, local specialties, treats both liquid and solid. And did we mention butter?
Few things say summer in Maine like red snappers from Bangor’s W.A. Bean.
Four luscious recipes for the crustacean-loving crowd, plus one blueberry dessert for good measure.
You don’t need to fly to France to enjoy the best of French cuisine. Simply head to the recently opened Ocean restaurant at the Cape Arundel Inn.
62 places to eat your way through Maine’s hottest dining trends.
This Saco pub mixes historic digs with tasty, unpretentious food.
Sandra L. Oliver shares her best tips and recipes for combatting fresh-veggie fatigue.