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The Cask Republic 179 Crown St., New Haven, (475) 238-8335, thecaskrepublic.com View The Cask Republic's restaurant page on CT.com Places Come Friday or Saturday night, The Cask Republic can be a pretty hoppin' spot. Their beer selection is...
The Hartford CourantAll home cooks have a repertoire of go-to recipes that their families like to see on the dinner table. They usually don't tire of these favorites, but there is always room for something new. We tend to think of barbecue sauce whenever we see pork ribs,...
Tags: Onions, Kosher Salt, Salt, Recipes
Daily PressGLOUCESTER — A cool spring has slowed the locally grown fruit and vegetable crops, but there will be ample opportunity to pick up fresh produce throughout the county this summer. Jimmy Williams, owner of Ware Neck Produce, is in his 28th year of...
Tags: Robin Williams, Deltaville, Green Beans, Shrimp, Arable Farming
Gluten-free has become a serious eating choice for many, not only those diagnosed with celiac disease, but also people who are sensitive to wheat products. There are many books out on the subject. What sets "Weeknight Gluten-Free" apart from the...
Tags: Salads, Radishes, Cucumbers, Salt, Foods and Beverages
ReutersMay 30 (TheWrap.com) - Reigning champ "Fast & Furious 6" has the inside track this weekend at the box office, but Will and Jaden Smith could put them in the rear-view mirror with their sci-fi thriller "After Earth." That's if "After Earth" delivers at...
Weeds laws Tribune columnist Mary Schmich's "To gardeners of native plants, Chicago's weed law is prickly" (News, May 19) caught my eye and highlighted how unfortunate it is when laws are written, interpreted and enforced by individuals who lack basic...
This is troubling. I can count on one trotter the number of days in my life I've gone without eating meat. What's frightening is that it's more or less automatic; to not incorporate animal flesh into two of my three meals leaves something lacking, like an...
Tags: Onions, Pizzas, Restaurants, Vegan Diet, Cucumbers
A bright spot in an otherwise rather tired strip mall, the Italian eatery, Jack's Restaurant, is a good stop for some fine pizza and pasta in the Nazareth Pike neighborhood just north of Route 22. Recent renovations have left a considerable mark —...
Tags: Garlic, Pizzas, Chocolate Cake, Mushrooms, Nazareth
ReutersJun 06 (TheWrap.com) - "The Purge," a horror thriller that cost $3 million to make, looks like it will knock off the far pricier "Fast and Furious 6" and Owen Wilson-Vince Vaughn workplace comedy "The Internship" at the box office this weekend. Universal...
Want to reduce calories before the summer bathing suit season but still enjoy foods that satisfy hunger and please your taste buds? Eat your salad first, as the main dish, filling up on the lower-calorie, healthier-for-you vegetables before you're...
Tags: Breads, Salads, Cucumbers, Mustard, Vegetarian Diet
Fred Curcio, a 97-year-old veteran of World War II, tears off a piece of freshly grown basil, smiling as he inhales the earthy spice. Two garden beds away, 4-year-old Logan Croll takes a deep breath, too, near the sunflower growing directly in front...
Ice-cold watermelon is a warm weather treat. Florida is one of the nation's leading producers of watermelons, according to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. They are grown throughout the state and are available from April...
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