Quench that sweet summertime craving with a dessert from one of these Connecticut locales.
From ketchup to sour cream, which is the best french fry topping? You decide!
Connecticut has long been home to a large Polish community, and the only thing it loves to do more than eat is to share the food it makes.
Here are five local food trucks that are attracting loyal followings in the Nutmeg State.
Just like micro-breweries within the beer industry, local soda companies have a place within the soft drinks industry.
Good sangria is both delightful and refreshing, especially if served with the right foods and the right (preferably party) atmosphere.
Connecticut offers lovers of the down-home delicacy of pulled pork many options to choose from throughout the summer and well into the cooler weather.
Making mom brunch is a great way for kids to make an affordable yet special meal that says “Thanks, Mom – and we love you.”
Connecticut has many Mexican restaurants that make truly authentic tacos and in varieties most people have never experienced or even knew existed.
A workout is a waste if the food consumed before, in between and after is not healthy. Chef Kashia Cave is a classically trained chef who helps teach children and teens not only how to make good food choices but also how to make good food. She understands that everyone, and especially the young, too often succumb to bad eating habits simply because nobody ever showed them how easy and enjoyable it is to make healthy meals and snacks.
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.