Food & Drink
Connecticut’s location in the Northeast means there is no shortage of restaurants that serve fresh seafood. Whether you like them steamed, boiled or roasted, as part of a large entree, or just by themselves, the mussels at these establishments will leave you satisfied.
Here are just five great Italian restaurants in Connecticut that still know how to bake a great lasagna.
When the temperatures drop in the New England winter season, a delicious soup can quickly provide the warmth you are looking for. Soup lovers are guaranteed to find a new favorite with the variety of menu options at these locations.
Here are just five top spots to have lunch the next time that summons for jury duty comes in the mail.
When finding a place to eat out, it’s easy to go to one of your local favorites. Take the challenge of trying something new at one of Connecticut’s best new restaurants around the state.
Dominique DeVito shares her recipe for bacon-wrapped meatloaf from her book “Low-Card Slow Cooking,” out now from Cider Press Mill.
Although her motto and philosophy of cooking is “Be Healthy, Eat Great Food,” Chef Kashia Cave knows that during the holidays, everyone expects and needs cookies, and she knows all about Christmas cookies. She developed these holiday cookie recipes for us.
Why settle for plain store-bought eggnog when you can doctor it up with a few more ingredients to create something extra special?
Whether it is a formal, elegant feast, a more casual and relaxed family meal or even just a pizza, this year, say “thanks” to the cook or cooks in the family by taking everyone out to one of these top five restaurants that are open and eager to please on Thanksgiving.
Here are three of Blackberry River Baking Company’s head baker’s favorite Thanksgiving pie recipes, each of which is a special treat for those who want something out of the ordinary for the holiday dessert – or meal.