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  • One for the Table: Meyer lemon bars with graham cracker crust, a beautiful Easter dessert

    Oneforthetable.com Easter isn't complete without eggs, be it chocolate eggs, plastic eggs or desserts made with eggs. Eggs are popular around Easter time, not just because it's what the Easter bunny delivers, but also because of its religious symbolism....
  • Seriously Simple: Celebrate spring with crushed strawberry ice cream

    For me, springtime means fragrant, juicy, ruby red strawberries. I just can't get enough of them. I make lots of Seriously Simple strawberry desserts that highlight their unique flavor. Sometimes I pour warm white chocolate over them; or I'll make...
  • The Kitchn: Hot crab puffs are the perfect party snack

    TheKitchn.com I look forward to parties -- seeing my favorite people, the festive music and decor, and of course, the special foods. Whether I'm the host or just bringing a dish to add to the buffet, I aim for something that impresses, but isn't so...
  • Guilford Bistro, Guilford

    Guilford Bistro, Guilford
    While we try to bring readers an upscale and a casual restaurant review every month, the reality is that an increasing number of restaurants are tweeners amenable to either categorization. Recent economics have bred a new generation of restaurants that...
  • Community news for Jewett City edition

    Griswold's 200th anniversary parade GRISWOLD - The Griswold Bicentennial Committee is encouraging local groups to register as participants in the town's 200th anniversary parade, slated for Saturday, May 16 at 1 p.m. Civic groups, scout troops, clubs,...
  • New Haven's Barracuda Puts Fun, Bright Twist On Spanish Flavors

    New Haven's Barracuda Puts Fun, Bright Twist On Spanish Flavors
    There's a distinct reason Sonia Salazar chose the name Barracuda for her New Haven bistro – she sees herself as "the small, aggressive fish." "That's me, swimming with the sharks in New Haven," she says, listing some of the Elm City's most popular...
  • Hop to it: A taste of local Easter brunches

    Hop to it: A taste of local Easter brunches
    Hyatt Regency O'Hare, 9300 Bryn Mawr Ave., Rosemont, (847) 696-1234 Ext. 4602. This popular brunch is designed to offer something to appeal to a broad spectrum of diners as they stop at buffet stations highlighting seafood, breakfast fare, waffles,...
  • Hebrew students get lesson in matzah-making

    Everyone knows the best food is made with your own hands, and as a group of students from Chabad's Hebrew School in Allentown can attest, it's even yummier when it comes with a taste of your history. Sunday morning, students from the Hebrew school...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Sweet and Sour Rotisserie Chicken

    Millions of us rely on grocery store rotisserie chickens for a quick dinner. It's easy to see why. It's easy to run in a store and grab a warm rotisserie chicken. At most grocery stores and warehouse stores, they're generally affordable. And you can't...
  • The yeast is the least of it for St. Louis food science company

    The next time you bite into a Pizza Hut pizza, a Krispy Kreme doughnut or a slice of Companion bread, ask yourself "How did this crust get so flaky?" "How did this doughnut become so light?" "How did this bread come to be so chewy?" The answer is simple:...
  • And you though maple syrup was just for pancakes and waffles

    Pancakes, waffles and French toast? They're fine, but they're also just the start. Because if you're limiting maple syrup to the breakfast table, you're missing out on all sorts of excuses to add its gentle, yet distinct flavor to all manner of foods,...