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Guido, one of the Milwaukee Brewers' sausages that run the bases at home games, has been found. The seven-foot tall, $3,000 Italian sausage costume was reported missing on Feb. 16. But Wednesday, two men walked into a suburban Milwaukee bar, deposited...
The Hartford CourantDespite its location literally steps from the University of Connecticut, the owners of new Storrs restaurant Dog Lane Café say they're not necessarily trying to attract students. The rest of the town has that covered. "[We] did a study…and at the...
This year's Oscars are expected to rival the Super Bowl as a venue for show-stopping (heh) advertisements. A New York Times article this week said advertisers are paying ABC the highest prices since 2008 for commercials during the Academy Awards. And more...
The Hartford CourantYou'll find them all at East Coast Dog in Hartford: Mucke's Hummel, Little Rhody, Boston Pearl Original, Martin Rosol and Hebrew National. But you might not recognize these dogs at the city's newest frankfurter joint at the corner of Asylum and Ann...
In the crowded world of legumes, we may ignore lentils in the rush to buy red kidney beans for chili, navy beans for ham-flavored soup, black beans, pinto beans, split peas and more. That's too bad. A smart cook learns to love lentils for their variety...
Wolfgang Puck's KitchenI feel it is no coincidence that Passover, the holiday celebrating the liberation of the Jewish people from slavery under Pharaoh, falls around the same time as spring's arrival. After all, Passover observes a miracle of renewal -- the triumph of hope and...
OK, we've all had our holiday fun and feasting. And somehow another roast turkey or standing rib roast doesn't sound as appealing as it did on Day One or Two or Three. At this point, it's hold the gravy, the rich desserts and the bubbly and get down to...
Authorities are looking for a man wearing a mustard-colored baseball cap who robbed a bank in the Lincoln Park community this morning. The man implied he had a weapon but did not display one during the 10 a.m. robbery at Bank of America branch at 2401...
Tags: FBI, Banking, Bank of America Corp., Theft, Bank Robbery
This is one big game. That's going to mean one big tailgate party, too. Celebrate the Ravens' playoff game with a recipe from the folks who feed the team. Chef Jonathan Lindenauer at Classic Catering People — the exclusive caterers of the Ravens'...
Tags: Salt, Sour Cream, Hamburgers, Lifestyle and Leisure, Cabbage
The Hartford CourantIt's déjà vu for Vinnie Carbone these days. His second restaurant, Carbone's Kitchen, has opened, and there is something familiar about the Bloomfield space in the Wintonbury Mall. It is the same space Carbone's now defunct W.B. Cody's was located several...
ROASTED BOSC PEARS Ingredients: 4 whole Bosc pears 1½ teaspoon extra virgin olive oil ¼ teaspoon Kosher salt ¿ teaspoon fresh ground pepper Procedure: - Preheat oven to 425°F. - Wash pears and cut them in half, lengthwise. Pat dry. ...
Tags: Salt, Foods and Beverages, Apples, Chutney, Cabbage
EntreeBread pudding or stratas, as they are sometimes called, are perfect for breakfast, brunch or lunch. Because they can be made a day ahead before baking, stratas really are a cook's best friend. Served in souffle dishes, in individual ramekins, or in...
Tags: Tomatoes, Breads, Salt, Brunch, Lifestyle and Leisure
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