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  • Yes, Dottie's Doughnuts Are To Die For, But So Is Her Diner Fare

    Yes, Dottie's Doughnuts Are To Die For, But So Is Her Diner Fare
    I went for the doughnuts, but like so many dining adventures, I have become hooked on the rest of the menu. That's the effect Dorothy Sperry's food at her 1950's inspired Dottie's Diner in Woodbury and Dottie's 2 in Waterbury seems to have. Sperry,...
  • Chili Festivals Heat Up The Fall In Connecticut

    Chili Festivals Heat Up The Fall In Connecticut
    If summer's close means an end to burgers fresh from the grill and lobster rolls by the beach, then one of fall's consolation prizes is a steaming bowl of chili on a crisp afternoon. Five upcoming festivals across Connecticut pit chili experts against...
  • Southern Moon in Orlando rocks the BBQ

    Southern Moon in Orlando rocks the BBQ
    Southern Moon Smokehouse & Brewery is the new culinary effort from the founders of Fork in the Road food truck. The mobile food part of the business, which rolled onto the Central Florida dining scene in 2011, is still out and about at local rallies....
  • Easy dinner recipes: Best-ever mac 'n' cheese

    Easy dinner recipes: Best-ever mac 'n' cheese
    Rain! Those few droplets of water that may or may not have reached your windshield this morning are enough of an excuse to indulge in some comfort food. And sometimes, there's nothing more comforting than a big bowl of mac 'n' cheese.  Here's a recipe...
  • An easy and pleasing Rosh Hashanah menu

    JTA — When the Jewish New Year comes around, many people stress for weeks leading up to the holiday and break out their most complicated recipes to impress guests. But when I entertain around the holidays, I prefer to rely on a few go-to dishes that...
  • 7 delicious desserts with secret, healthy ingredients

    How do you hide black beans in brownies, chia seeds in pudding or avocado in truffles? Beat them into submission with a food processor. Yes, after a week of experimenting with desserts that look decadent on the outside but harbor secret, healthful...
  • Cook's Corner: Honey-glazed chicken thighs are easy to make, delicious

    The iconic Pillsbury Bake-Off has announced this year's finalists: 100 cooks who will face off in November in Nashville for $1.3 million in prizes. Four finalists are from Florida: Carolyn Nace of Windermere (Bacon Peanut Butter Chocolate Fries),...
  • Dip into dukkah

    Dukkah (pronounced DOO-kah) is a Middle Eastern blend of toasted nuts, sesame seeds and spices. The crunchy condiment served on olive oil-dipped flatbread is especially popular in Egypt, where nearly every family has developed its own version to suit...
  • Tarragon of virtue

    Most herbs defy easy description. Trying to discuss the flavor of thyme or oregano leads only to vague adjectives. Calling rosemary "woody" doesn't quite cut it. But tarragon is easy. Tarragon tastes sort of like licorice. It does not taste entirely...
  • A sardine 'fish-ticuffs' bout with Michael Cimarusti of Providence

    A sardine 'fish-ticuffs' bout with Michael Cimarusti of Providence
    I like almost everything about sardines. I like to cook them, I like to eat them. Heck, when I visit aquariums I even like to watch them swim around in circles. That's the only explanation I can offer for how I found myself standing on a stage Sunday...
  • Wine Market Bistro, 10 years in, still shines

    Wine Market Bistro, 10 years in, still shines
    We love a good anniversary. Baltimore is about to host a huge, weeklong celebration for the 200th anniversary of "The Star-Spangled Banner." Unless they're traveling by frigate, everybody and his brother is going to be passing through Locust Point on...