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  • Watch the Fox CT News LIVE from your mobile device here

    If you want up to the minute traffic and weather, amazing news coverage across the state, great recipes and cooking tips... FOX CT is your choice! We are on from 4:30 AM to 9AM; at 10am, 10 pm and 11pm...Making us "The Right Team ... All The Time!" If...
  • 'New Prairie Kitchen' honors Great Plains farmers, chefs, artisans

     'New Prairie Kitchen' honors Great Plains farmers, chefs, artisans
    "Great Plains states are often referred to as 'flyover' country," writes cookbook author Summer Miller, "meaning there aren't many reasons to stop here and look around." Miller's new book, "New Prairie Kitchen: Stories and Seasonal Recipes from Chefs,...
  • 4 cocktail recipes to start the weekend off right

    4 cocktail recipes to start the weekend off right
    Long week? Can't figure out what to fix for dinner? While you're figuring out the meal, may we suggest some cocktails to help you ring in the weekend? Sip on these ideas: Mucho Ultima's fresas mojito: Bright and lightly sweet, fresh strawberries —...
  • Strawberry ice cream, pure and simple

    Strawberry ice cream, pure and simple
    There is absolutely nothing wrong with most strawberry ice creams. Except that they probably would more accurately be described as ice creams with strawberries (not that there's anything wrong with that). But you can quite easily make a really delicious...
  • Secrets to becoming a fry master

    Secrets to becoming a fry master
    Done right, fried food is an art. Beyond creating a great crust, a dip in hot oil is perfect for keeping moisture in the food as it cooks, whether you're frying up a succulent batch of chicken, battered oysters or a sweet dessert. Properly fried foods...
  • Fava beans: They're long overdue to make their mark in US

    You wouldn't know it looking at grocers' produce sections in the U.S., but lots of people have been eating lots of fava beans for an awful long time. Also called broad beans, favas were a dietary staple of the ancient Greeks and Romans, and continue to...
  • You asked for it: Perricone's flexing its Mussels

    You asked for it: Perricone's flexing its Mussels
    Q: I had dinner at Perricone's in Miami. I had never been there before, and it was a fabulous experience. The ambience was great, the food was fabulous and the service was perfect. There were five of us, and we shared an appetizer of Mussels. They were so...
  • What to do with season's first strawberries

    What to do with season's first strawberries
    Is there a more beautiful harbinger of summer than the strawberry? Heart-shaped and crimson, these green-topped gems are one of our most-beloved fruits. Unless, of course, you're a baker. "Strawberries are the bane of my existence," says Dave...
  • Baltimore-area Asian groceries offer chance to change up meals at home

    Baltimore-area Asian groceries offer chance to change up meals at home
    Cooking a meal is one of the quickest and most enjoyable ways to immerse yourself in the culture of a different country without hopping on a plane. Getting to know the flavors, ingredients and cooking techniques embraced abroad provides insight that can't...
  • Rosé wines with abundant acidity match chicken piccata recipe

     Rosé wines with abundant acidity match chicken piccata recipe
    In Italian cooking, the word "piccata," as in veal piccata or chicken piccata, stems from an old verb, "piccare," not much used today, meaning "to prick," as with a pike or sharply pointed stick. (Medieval meaning, rather gruesome.) Perhaps the sharp tang...
  • Test Kitchen bonus: Blood Orange Cake recipe

    Test Kitchen bonus: Blood Orange Cake recipe
    The famed Coca-Cola cake recipe that dates back to the 1930s. And the lesser-known, but addictive, root beer barbecue sauce. But my colleagues in teh Chicago Tribune test kitchen thought it would be fun to create more up-to-date version using the new...