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  • In praise of panko

    In praise of panko
    Q: My local market has begun featuring "panko" and a recent article in a women's mag touted it as a good alternative to breadcrumbs. What exactly are they, and can they be substituted exactly the way I would use breadcrumbs in a recipe? Worth a try? &#...
  • Condensed vs. evaporated milk

    Condensed vs. evaporated milk
    Q: What is the difference between condensed and evaporated milk when using in recipes? Does it matter which one I use? --Denise Egenberger LeBlanc, Naugatuck, Conn. A: Yes, it does. Condensed milk is sweetened while evaporated milk is not. Evaporated...
  • How to cool tomato sauce

    How to cool tomato sauce
    Q: After making homemade tomato sauce, should you let it cool down to room temperature before putting in the fridge? My Nana always did, then I heard that letting it cool down is a bad idea because of bacteria. The other night I heard Gordon Ramsay say it...
  • Local Announcements

    Baseball Nov. 28: World Series Club of Hartford. Red Sox radio announcer Joe Castiglione and former Red Sox manager Joe Morgan will be the guest speakers at the World Series Club of Hartford dinner on Nov. 28 at 6 p.m. at the VFW Hall, 83 South Road in...
  • Boynton Beach city manager search continues

     
    Boynton Beach's former city manager, Kurt Bressner, retired last June. The former assistant city manager, Lori LaVerriere, stepped up to the interim city manager position and is one of 14 candidates vying for the job. Commissioners will likely discuss...
  • Boynton Beach candidate pool narrows for city manager job

     
    Boynton Beach commissioners Tuesday unanimously voted to have human resources staff narrow the pool of candidates for the city manager job. A total of 57 candidates applied. Former City Manager Kurt Bressner retired last June and was replaced by former......
  • A New Pair Of Eyes A New Pair Of Eyes: Foundation Gives The Gift Of Sight

    A New Pair Of Eyes

A New Pair Of Eyes: Foundation Gives The Gift Of Sight
    BLOOMFIELD -- Ross and Zeva are a loyal, loving team in every step they take and every endeavor they try. Riding the rails to Grand Central Station and hopping the subway downtown in New York isn't a problem for this pair. "She gives me security,...
  • CIAC Championships

    State Open: Team, Tolland; Individual, Bryan Fowler, Tolland Class LL: Amity- Woodbridge; Connor Rog, Fairfield Prep Class L: Bristol Central; Muad Hrezi, Naugatuck Class MM: Guilford; Jeff Moretti, Guilford Class M: Tolland; Bryan Fowler, Tolland...
  • Story Lines Of The Boys Track Season

    Manchester clinched its first outdoor track title in 67 years when the 4x400 relay team finished third at the Class LL meet to finish one point ahead of Danbury, which had won the championship six of the last 10 years. Algernon Johnson was the only winner...
  • Best Grinders

    Best Grinders
    1st) Nardelli’s Grinder Shoppe "Perhaps the greatest tourist attraction Waterbury has to offer thanks to an appearance on the Travel Channel, Nardelli’s Grinder Shoppe attracts locals and outsiders alike looking for massive hoagies stuffed to...
  • Crime & Punishment: Man runs naked through Middletown after eating "mushroom brownie"

    Crime & Punishment: Man runs naked through Middletown after eating "mushroom brownie"
    Though only four people were present at the latest Board of Selectmen meeting in Easton, there was still what the Easton Courier described as a "standoff" over seating. Residents John Bromer and Robert Webbe sat down at the front table but First Selectman...