Whether it is a snowy slope, a whitewater river, a quiet forest campground or a bicycle trail, wherever the outdoor adventurer wants to go, they will find some great places in Connecticut to rent just about everything they will need for a memorable and safe adventure.
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.
There are more things to do in Connecticut over the holidays than there are people and things in the popular seasonal song “The Twelve Days of Christmas.”
Here are just five of the best spots to go or to get information about the top spots for winter outdoor adventures in Connecticut.
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.
Alexandra Wallace-Currie, a designer, knitter and crafter who also owns a lovely clothing, toys, gifts and more boutique, offers up some ideas for the perfect hostess gift – and where to buy them in her part of Connecticut.
Classical music is not just the music of dead masters, especially not in Connecticut and not this season.
The town of Guilford is one of the oldest, most historic and most charming in Connecticut. Take a walking tour and get to know Guilford a little bit better.
Here are just five of the top Veterans Day events in Connecticut for 2014.