Jenna Pelletier, The Boston Globe

Jenna Pelletier

The Boston Globe

Rhode Island, United States

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Past articles by Jenna:

Indigenous chef keeps Wampanoag traditions alive in her kitchen

Chef Sherry Pocknett, owner of Sly Fox Den Too, cooks with sustainably raised, hunted and fished animals at her Charlestown restaurant. → Read More

The Best Brunch Spots in Providence

Where there are college students, there are hangovers. And where there are hangovers, there are hangover cures. Head to these popular places for the best breakfast in Providence, RI. → Read More

The Best Brunch Spots in Providence

Where there are college students, there are hangovers. And where there are hangovers, there are hangover cures. Head to these popular places for the best breakfast in Providence, RI. → Read More

Nana’s Bakery brings Mystic pizza magic to Westerly

The brick-walled space functions as an all-day café, and most of the drinks and dishes served are united by a common theme: fermentation. → Read More

Later, lobster: It’s Seaweed Week in Portland

As part of Seaweed Week, happening through May 1, more than 80 chefs and food artisans in the Portland area and along the coast are creating dishes, drinks, and desserts that highlight the nutritious and sustainable algae. → Read More

Rhode Island's newest winery is in South Kingstown estate

The property on Tower Hill Road also has an event space with food by Blackstone Caterers. → Read More

7 of the best spots in RI for your lobster-roll fix

Do you have a craving for lobster this summer? Maybe you just want to try all of the best lobster rolls around. Here's a list of 7 of our favorites. → Read More

A tranquil oasis at Lavender Waves Farm

Soak up the soothing scent — and the relaxing atmosphere — at this pick-your-own destination in South Kingstown → Read More

Should your takeout packaging go in the recycling bin, compost pile, or trash can? Here are some tips

If you’ve brought your restaurant routine home during the pandemic, you may be wondering what to do with all of those disposables. We were wondering, too. → Read More

Bull McCabe’s and Thunder Road have shut down for good in Union Square

The two popular live-music venues announced their closings days apart. → Read More

Distilleries are turning their alcohol into hand sanitizer for a cause

They’re keeping employees working while filling a crucial need people who need it most, including hospital workers and older folks. → Read More

R.I. YMCA locations to close; other gyms remain open

As Rhode Island ramps up its coronavirus containment efforts with widespread event cancellations and closures, some of the state’s fitness studios and gyms have announced that they are temporarily closing, while most remained open as of Sunday afternoon.All of the state’s YMCA branches will close for two weeks (which began Sunday afternoon), said YMCA of Greater Providence CEO Steven… → Read More

Barrington native to compete on Fox's 'MasterChef' tonight

This might be the most exciting week of Nick DiGiovanni's life.DiGiovanni, who grew up in Barrington, is a contestant on season 10 of the Fox cooking show → Read More

Gracie's owner opens Ellie's, an all-day cafe, on Weybosset Street

Across from the Providence Performing Arts Center, the cafe will serve coffee, breakfast, lunch and dinner. → Read More

Best Restaurants in Boston

Check out our updated list of the best restaurants in Boston, with 50 top dining destinations that are the best places to eat in Greater Boston right now. → Read More

Providence's Long Live Beerworks moves to spacious new location

PROVIDENCE — Cramped quarters are now a thing of the past for Long Live Beerworks. The brewery's sprawling new location opened this week in the → Read More

Tricycle Ice Cream puts a fresh spin on ice cream

A new shop in Providence had led to an expanded line of gourmet novelties. But no worries — their tricycle-powered mobile cart will still be visiting events and farmers' markets around Rhode Island this summer. → Read More

5 great Providence restaurants for NCAA hockey visitors

You'll find no shortage of great places to eat in Providence. Here are a few suggestions. → Read More

Small Bites: Eat like you're really Irish on St. Patrick's Day

Headed to the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Newport this Saturday? You’re definitely going to want to eat a hearty breakfast, or at least a → Read More

Nicks on Broadway owner to open second location, in downtown Providence

PROVIDENCE — Chef Derek Wagner, who has run Nicks on Broadway on the West Side for 17 years, is opening a second restaurant, in the Financial District. Called Nicks on Westminster, it is set to open in May in the 20-story Paolino Properties building at 100 Westminster St. The space, formerly home to an Au Bon Pain location, has been vacant for almost a year, according to Paolino Properties… → Read More