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  • CT Restaurants That Will Show The Giants-Vikings Football Game

    Are you a Giants fan looking to watch tonight's rescheduled game against the Vikings? Here's a list of some of the Connecticut restaurants that will be showing the game: - Black Bear in Hartford - TD Homer's in Southington - Sliders in Berlin -...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Simple salmon options in an hour or less

    Easy dinner recipes: Simple salmon options in an hour or less
    When you're looking for a simple weeknight dinner solution, you can't go wrong with salmon. The fish cooks up quickly and can be used in a variety of dishes, whether you're planning for company or a quiet dinner with the family. Salmon bisque: With...
  • Creative ways to wrap holiday gift cards

    Creative ways to wrap holiday gift cards
    Gift cards are the most requested gift item this holiday season, with 62 percent of people reporting that they top their wish list, according to the National Retail Federation. They're easy to buy but kind of boring to wrap, much less outwit the...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three chicken ideas in an hour or less

    Easy dinner recipes: Three chicken ideas in an hour or less
    When you're looking for easy dinner ideas, you can't go wrong with chicken. It pairs well with almost any flavoring and can be cooked in so many ways. These great ideas come together in an hour or less: Chicken and orzo with lemon and olives: This...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Keep it simple with easy frittatas

    Easy dinner recipes: Keep it simple with easy frittatas
    When you're looking for a simple one-dish meal, it doesn't get much easier than a frittata. Combine a few ingredients from the store, or use leftovers from the fridge as inspiration for dinner tonight. These one-dish meal cook up quickly and work...
  • Oregon's Heceta Head Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast casts a bright glow

    Oregon's Heceta Head Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast casts a bright glow
    Where can you stay in a historic sentinel — rumored to be haunted — on a rugged coastline? Or watch a towering beacon cast beams of light that extend 21 miles out to sea? Nowhere, except at Heceta Head Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast on Oregon's...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three great chopped salad ideas for Meatless Monday

    Easy dinner recipes: Three great chopped salad ideas for Meatless Monday
    It's Meatless Monday. Even if you have no intention of going vegetarian full-time, there's no reason you can't give it a try once a week. And with these tempting chopped salad recipes, you won't even miss the meat. Fresh vegetable chopped salad: BLD...
  • The Cheap Eater: Forno Rosso Pizzeria Napoletana in Dunning

    The Cheap Eater: Forno Rosso Pizzeria Napoletana in Dunning
    We are a city divided by pizza lines. Where do you side? The deep-dish faction stands its ground. The thin-crust sausage/cheese camp cries, "No, no, we won't go!" The support for New York-style pizza numbers are small but ever vocal. Yet my current...
  • Seminole bingo hall sparked Indian gambling boom

    Seminole bingo hall sparked Indian gambling boom
    The old bingo hall on State Road 7 in Hollywood can claim more historical significance than virtually any building in Broward County. Here the Seminole Tribe established the first Indian-operated high-stakes gambling operation in the United States,...
  • Nozawa Land keeps growing; what it means for L.A. sushi

    Nozawa Land keeps growing; what it means for L.A. sushi
    When I first went to Sushi Nozawa near the end of 1987, I was mostly impressed with its rigor. The fish was good enough, the usual parade of tuna, yellowtail and mackerel, but there was a sign that read, "Today's special: Trust me," and the chef, Kazunori...
  • Friday links: Our excuse to use 'turkey testicles' in a headline

    News and links from the food world this Friday afternoon: - As we first reported Thursday, Takashi Yagihashi is closing his eponymous restaurant at year's end. That makes two Michelin-starred restaurants that have announced their closing in the last...