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CAMDEN, Maine ― For the past three years Jordan Benissan, an immigrant from the West African country of Togo, has made it his mission to introduce as many people as he can to the flavors of his native cuisine.His seasonal restaurant, Me Lon Togo, in...

Chef Gary Sanders, right, and kitchen pal James Guelcher are surrounded by fresh oysters at the July 12, 2017 “soft opening” of Bartlett’s Fish Camp in Michigan City, as captured by the behind-the-scenes lens of the late Pat Colander, who died in 2019....

Here are some of the local caterers offering heat-and-eat meals. If you’ve worked with caterers in the past and you like their food, contact them to see if they are offering individual or family meals. The best way to keep up with the businesses on...

“We adapt, and we’ll take it day-by-day.” Lizzy Broughton is cutting Justin Navalle’s hair underneath a large black umbrella. This is the new home for her Tailored Hair salon. “You gotta be a little scrappy. and you gotta be a little smart,” Broughton said about her new...

By now, you’ve likely had your fill of homemade sourdough. But if you’re still hungry to sharpen your culinary skills during quarantine, Cuiline is offering boutique online cooking classes that are run by renowned global chefs. And what’s more, they’ll even send you the ingredients. Conducted...

Deep-fried Oreos, corn dogs, various meats on a stick, giant turkey legs as well as other odd and unique foods have become a much-anticipated staple of summer fairs and festivals. However, with fairs, festivals and other outdoor gatherings cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, these savory...

“Pivot” has become the new buzzword related to businesses making adjustments or outright reinventing themselves after the COVID-19 pandemic began. The restaurant and hospitality trade is one of the industries that has received the biggest beating by the coronavirus. Most eateries have struggled to make...

A year ago, Jacobsen Valentine was offering free cooking classes out of a Whole Foods kitchen, teaching basic kitchen skills to underserved communities in the city. Now, in the wake of COVID-19 and its devastation of the local economy, Valentine’s nonprofit, Feed the...