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  • From Darjeeling To Green, 10 Tearooms Across Connecticut

    From Darjeeling To Green, 10 Tearooms Across Connecticut
    Coffee is good for a quick buzz, but when you're looking for something simultaneously relaxing and invigorating, and just a bit special, tea is the ticket. Taking tea in Connecticut gets easier every month with more tea shops opening all the time....
  • Celebrity Chef Robert Irvine In Hartford For Savor Food Festival

    Celebrity Chef Robert Irvine In Hartford For Savor Food Festival
    There's a new food event coming to Hartford this month and it's courtesy of Foxwoods Resort Casino. The first "Savor: A Celebration of Food, Wine And Spirits" will be held at the Connecticut Convention Center April 10-11. Besides great food, wine and...
  • Savory Cookies Are The Specialty At Savor Fine Foods

    Savory Cookies Are The Specialty At Savor Fine Foods
    Staple of bake sales and lunch boxes everywhere, the humble cookie doesn't attract much attention, unless you are serving cookies from Savor Fine Foods. Created by owner Andre Kreft in New Preston, these cookies are head-turners. To start with, many...
  • Bin 300 World Bistro, Wolcott

    Bin 300 World Bistro, Wolcott
    Unless you live in the Waterbury environs, there's probably not much drawing you to Wolcott, the top point on the starfish that is New Haven County. Thanks to Bin 300 World Bistro, just a 5- to 10-minute foray from the Scott Road exit on I-84, that...
  • Bonefish Grill, South Windsor

    Bonefish Grill, South Windsor
    Bonefish Grill is a restaurant chain, with outlets in South Windsor and Newington. Its parent company, Bloomin' Brands, also owns Roy's, Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba's Italian Grill and Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar. But judging by its South...
  • Video tip: Flambé 101 (and a recipe)

    Video tip: Flambé 101 (and a recipe)
    Flambéing is the act of burning, or "flaming," off the alcohol in a food by igniting it. Whether done tableside at a fine restaurant or over your own stove as you prepare a dish, it can make for a dramatic presentation. In addition to burning off the...
  • When Easter hands you eggs, make egg salad

    When Easter hands you eggs, make egg salad
    Several years ago my husband and I invited some dear family friends to spend Easter with our family. We cooked a lovely lamb dinner on Holy Saturday and helped the kids dye eggs for the bunny to hide. We tucked them into bed at a reasonable hour and the...
  • Making soup with root vegetables: A lesson on cooking in season

    Making soup with root vegetables: A lesson on cooking in season
    As our second cooking class got underway at Roberto Clemente Middle School, I was amazed at how quickly these eighth graders had gotten the hang of things. They filed in, stashed their backpacks, donned their aprons, washed hands, and turned to the...
  • Beard Foundation announces best-cookbook nominations

    Beard Foundation announces best-cookbook nominations
    What was your favorite cookbook of 2014? On Tuesday the James Beard Foundation announced its nominations in a dozen categories, ranging from baking and desserts to health-oriented.  Among the big names receiving nominations are South Carolina chef...
  • Bryan Voltaggio's asparagus and barley recipe

    Bryan Voltaggio's asparagus and barley recipe
    In his first solo cookbook, “Home,” local food superstar Bryan Voltaggio highlights the Mid-Atlantic cuisine of his youth, turning his creative precision to classic dishes using regional ingredients. This asparagus-and-barley dish, which...
  • Homemade Easter candy: Lehigh Valley bakers share recipes

    Homemade Easter candy: Lehigh Valley bakers share recipes
    On a recent rainy Saturday afternoon, a candy-making operation was fully underway. Stacy Sterner of Kutztown was rolling chocolate-dipped, egg-shaped, cream cheese goodness into crushed peanuts. Her daughter, Kim Hoffner of Bethlehem, was helping melt...