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Ask A Connecticut Expert: Top Recipes For Super Bowl SundayKashia Cave is an award-winning chef who has been honored both for her culinary talents and for her commitment to helping teach urban children how to prepare and eat healthy meals. She is also a mother of a 21-year-old son who told her that for the Super Bowl “real men don't care about healthy food” and that she had better come up with some especially tasty food for “real men.” Chef Cave took up the challenge, and here are her five top recipes for Super Bowl Sunday.
Get Creative With Kids: Heart-Shaped Food For Valentine's DayGet creative in the kitchen with these fun heart-shaped food ideas for Valentine's Day.
Valentine's Day Cocktails You Can Make Year RoundLiven up your Valentine's Day with these cocktail ideas.
Top Artisan Cheese Shops In ConnecticutIn Connecticut's local artisan cheese shops, you can find locally made as well as international cheese varieties for sale. While some specialize strictly on cheese, other shops and farms produce a variety of products.
Eating "Prime" With John Whalen IIIThinking prime rib for dinner? Look no further than this frenched prime rib recipe from John Whalen III, author of "Prime: The Complete Prime Rib Cookbook."
Top Spots For Vegetarian Chili In ConnecticutAlthough Texans and others in and from the Southwest take suitable pride in their chili recipes, Connecticut has no shortage of great chili cooks, especially when it comes to making the vegetarian and vegan varieties of that signature cowboy cuisine. Here are five of the top spots to find great, authentic vegetarian chili in Connecticut.
Top Spots To Buy Cookies In ConnecticutThere is something special about a fresh-baked cookie. The next best thing to a cookie fresh from mom's (or grandmother's) oven is one bought from a bakery, where the cookies are guaranteed to be fresh and baked with care -- and maybe even a little bit of love.
Graham Elliot's Must-Try GrahamBurger RecipeAdd to your culinary repertoire with this mouth watering GrahamBurger recipe from Graham Elliot, author of "Cooking Like A Master Chef."
Top Prime Rib In ConnecticutPrime rib is the queen of beef. Slow-roasted, usually cut thick, served au jus and usually still pink, prime rib is a roast beef lover's dream. Many restaurants only serve it on the weekends, for it requires a long cooking time and usually comes with special side dishes like Yorkshire Pudding. Here are just five of the restaurants and pubs in Connecticut which are famed for their prime rib.
Graham Elliot's Master Recipe For Spice KrispiesCraving a snack? Try these Spice Krispie Treats from Graham Elliot's new cookbook, "Cooking Like A Master Chef."
WATCH: Wake And TailgateGet tips for your mid-morning tailgate from Joey Campanaro, chef at Market Table in NYC.
Give The Gift Of Homemade Holiday Food This YearMake some delicious food for gifts this holiday season. Here are four recipes to inspire you.

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