Farm-to-table and locally and organically grown ideas are now being adopted by many top chefs at their expensive restaurants. Check out these green Connecticut restaurants to get a taste of great food that you can feel good about eating.
Want a home-cooked meal, but can’t cook? Jessica Seinfeld’s book has more than a 100 step by step recipes that can help you become a “can cook” in no time. Try her simple roasted eggplant and cherry tomato recipe tonight!
Kashia Cave, founder of My City Kitchen in Meriden, provides some gluten-free recipes for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.
Anyone who happens to be in Connecticut and away from home, has family away from home or just doesn’t feel like cooking can find some terrific restaurants open on Thanksgiving.
Learn to make Melissa Clark’s roasted leg of lamb with mint salsa verde from the new cookbook “The Way We Ate” by Noah Fecks and Paul Wagtouicz.
Here are some top places in Connecticut for those who love their veggie burgers – some in restaurants that serve meat and some in restaurants that do not.
Choose your favorite Halloween candy!
Here are five places in Connecticut where this queen of the squash family is given the royal treatment.
Making beer at home is neither as easy nor as hard as it sounds. As one Connecticut supplier of materials and ingredients explains, “If you can follow some simple steps, you can make a quality wine or beer!”
Making beer at home is neither as easy nor as hard as it sounds. As one Connecticut supplier of materials and ingredients explains, “If you can follow some simple steps you can make a quality wine or beer!”
There is no shortage of great places to eat near or at least close by the state’s top music venues.
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.