Boston's Best Fried ChickenOver the past ten years, Boston has developed a real taste for Southern classics, and though the city is better known for fish and chips and clam chowder, fried chicken has made a major comeback.
Boston's Best Fried ChickenIf you're craving fried chicken, you'll want to be sure you go to a restaurant that's going to satisfy your taste buds. Boston has quite a few wonderful southern-inspired eateries that offer great menu selections.
Phantom Gourmet: Ferry Street Food & Drink In MaldenTexas natives Jason and Shannon Ladd are bringing friendly hospitality and delicious southern style cooking to Ferry Street Food and Drink.
Phantom Gourmet: Southern Food At Loretta's Last CallBrand new to the corner of Lansdowne and Ipswich Streets, Loretta's Last Call brings real Southern food and hospitality to our neck of the woods.
TGF: Recipe: Fried ChickenCamille Ford and Tailgate Fan chow down on fried chicken from Commerce in NYC.
Henry Backs Players, But Wants AnswersThe Boston Red Sox suffered one of the worst collapses in sports, but principal owner John Henry thinks the media is going a little too crazy over it.
Gresh & Zo's Fried Chicken Taste Test ChallengeIn response to Felger's comments from Wednesday about some of the Red Sox pitching staff eating fried chicken in the clubhouse, Gresh & Zo decided to conduct a blindfolded taste test challenge to determine where each fried chicken came from.
Boston's Best Soul FoodChicken fried steak covered in thick homemade gravy... Baby back ribs drenched in juicy barbecue sauce... Four-cheese baked mac and cheese...