A food-filled Father’s Day celebration is the perfect way to honor Dad this year.
There was a time not long ago when the words Connecticut and barbecue were rarely found in the same sentence. Times and tastes have changed, however, and the Nutmeg State is all the better for it. The smoke from smokers now rises thick over this corner of New England, and almost every community has a favorite barbecue joint, a place where the pork is pulled, the ribs are rubbed and the sauce is dripping.
Want a summer dish that’s easy to make as it is elegant? Whip up these sautéed dates with olive oil and sea salt from Molly Wizenberg, author of “Delancey.”
Love pork rolls? Love mac n’ cheese? Susan Sprague Yeske, contributor to “The Pork Roll Cookbook, shares her simple recipe for pork roll mac n’ cheese.
If you are a beef loving carnivore, one of the best things about living in Connecticut is the fact that there are so many ways burgers are made. From vertical broiling to steaming to unique cheeses, you can easily eat burgers for a week and never get the same thing twice.
Take the mystery out of picking seasonal vegetables. Here are three tasty veggies to serve up this spring.
Cheers to the weekend, or end of a tough work day. Wether you are planning a happy hour with coworkers and friends or making a dinner date, finding a delicious tasting margarita doesn’t have to be difficult. When searching for the perfect margarita to quench your thirst Connecticut is guaranteed not to disappoint. Stop by one of these top Mexican restaurant and bars for the best margaritas in state.
Looking to lose some pounds for summer? Try cutting out these 5 supposedly healthy foods from the author of “The Dorito Effect: The Surprising New Truth About Food And Flavor,” Mark Schatzker.
Whether it’s a festive brunch or a special family dinner, this Mediterranean Salad with Seared Tuna from The Pollan Family Table cookbook is a perfect way to say, I love you. Pair it with a copy of The Pollan Family Table Cookbook for a memorable Mother’s Day gift.
There are few dishes more quintessentially southern than Chicken and Waffles – except in the Keystone State, where the Pennsylvania Dutch have a local version with pulled rather than fried chicken. Restaurants in Connecticut favor the southern style, but as the top spots for chicken and waffles listed below explain, each has done something unique to make that classic its own.
While turkey is the quintessential Thanksgiving dish, it’s the side dishes that can make or break the meal. From roasted asparagus to classic pumpkin pie, it’s time to get inspired.
Celebrate National Vegetarian Day with one of these delicious vegetable filled dishes. Not into salad? Try spinach lasagna, hummus or falafels.