Food + Drink

Hometown Patisserie

By Maria Allen Photography by Jules Ko Photography There’s nothing quite like biting into an authentic French croissant. The pastry is light and buttery and the flaky layers give way with a delicate crunch. Made from surprisingly few ingredients—water, yeast, butter and sugar—croissants are a baked good that requires great skill and dedication to master. … Read more

Sweet Dreams

11 Hot Spots to enjoy cool treats on the South Shore by Gabrielle Martin Dairy Twist Known for their generous servings, great prices, and wide selection of hard and soft-serve flavors, this Pembroke staple was voted “Best of the South Shore” this year, by readers of South Shore Home, Life & Style! Dairy Twist has been family … Read more

Three V

Creative cuisine is served up in style at this hip eatery located within a turn-of-the-century factory building. Written by Maria Allen Photography by Derrick Zellmann Situated on the north side of Plymouth, inside the historic Cordage Commerce Center, Three V is a relative newcomer to Plymouth’s dining scene—but it has already established a local following. … Read more

Cooking Like a Chef

A peek inside “The Plymouth Cookbook, Recipes from America’s Hometown,” 2020 Edition Written by Maria Allen Photography and Restaurant Profiles by Louisa Clerici While dining out for breakfast one morning in early 2018, two friends from Plymouth hatched a delicious plan to create a cookbook filled with recipes from their favorite local restaurants. Vanessa Moore, … Read more

Hometown Patisserie

Written by By Maria Allen Photography by Jules Ko Photography There’s nothing quite like biting into an authentic French croissant. The pastry is light and buttery and the flaky layers give way with a delicate crunch. Made from surprisingly few ingredients—water, yeast, butter and sugar—croissants are a baked good that requires great skill and dedication … Read more

Unbelieve-A-Bowl

They’re fresh, they’re flavorful and oh-so Instagram-worthy. Smoothie bowls and acai bowls have been a trend for some time now. The nutrient-packed foods can be found on the menu at many local juice bars and eateries. Smooth and creamy, yet thick enough to enjoy with a spoon, these blended dishes are packed with produce and … Read more

Putting Craft Beer on the Map

South Shore Beer Trail promotes local brewery hopping By Lannan M. O’Brien  Photography by Derrick Zellmann and Kjeld Mahoney The South Shore has become a haven for craft beer lovers, with many breweries and taprooms dotting the map from Plymouth to Hingham. Representatives from nine local breweries recently teamed up to form an organization called … Read more

Falling in Love with Local Cuisine

Marshfield’s newest dining hot spot, Liv, serves up creative, sustainable meals and a sense of community. By Maria AllenPhotography by Danielle Robertson and Maria Allen Many chefs talk about the importance of using fresh ingredients. However, Marshfield’s newest buzz-worthy restaurant, Liv, is going the extra mile by sourcing many of its products directly from local … Read more

Bread Winner

One man’s backyard bakery in Scituate evolves from a passion project into a full-time business By Kelly Chase Photography by Kjeld Mahoney Photography At 3 a.m., the town of Scituate is still and dark. But there’s a light on inside a barn off of Country Way. Twice a week, before the sun comes up, ovens … Read more

New Flavors at a Landmark Restaurant

The Grill at Fairview Inn delivers a delicious combination of creative comfort food and a beautiful ocean view. By Gabrielle S. Martin  Photography by Jack Foley Earlier this year, a pair of local restaurateurs set out to breathe new life into a landmark Marshfield restaurant. Situated on the edge of the Brant Rock peninsula, The … Read more

Worth Her Salt

Lily Leedom and her team at Duxbury Saltworks tap into one of the South Shore’s most obvious resources.  By Kelly Chase — Photography by Derrick Zellman “There’s a long history of salt-making in this region and, of course, in the world, with the proliferation of oyster farms in Duxbury, I thought, why are we importing salt … Read more

New England Clambake

The perfect entertaining menu for casual summer celebrations By Kate Bowler When I set out to write my cookbook, “New England Invite: Fresh Feasts to Savor the Seasons,” I was determined to bring to life the things that I cherish most about entertaining throughout the year. Living on the South Shore, it’s no surprise that … Read more

A Fruitful Tradition

Tree-Berry Farm’s pick-your-own blueberry harvest is a rite of summer for many families. By Courtney Garvey  –  Photography by Jack Foley Scorching midsummer days may tempt you to hide indoors, but it is the prime time for blueberry picking on the South Shore. Tree-Berry Farm in Scituate opens its gates as soon as the berries … Read more

Simcha Dishes up Modern Israeli Cuisine

Simcha Dishes up Modern Israeli Cuisine

Rebel Burger Bar

A New Kingston eatery delivers a family-friendly dining experience and a heavy dose of nostalgia.

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