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Sweet Native Connecticut Corn

Sweet Native Connecticut Corn »

By: Veronica Phobes

Corn in Connecticut has a long and storied past dating back to the time of Native Americans and settlers; fast forward to present day and the hardy,... more

New Haven’s Rooftop Destination Above It All

New Haven’s Rooftop Destination Above It All »

By: Shelley Kapitulik

High George is the newest food and cocktail destination in New Haven, located on the rooftop of The Blake Hotel at the corner of High and George Streets. ... more

Using CBD in a Professional Kitchen

Using CBD in a Professional Kitchen »

By: Amelia Noble

CBD and its seemingly magical effects are sweeping the nation. It can be difficult to figure out what is true about CBD and what isn’t, using it in a... more

Designer Donuts

Designer Donuts »

By: Veronica Phobes

It's donut time! The sweet, easily edible, handheld, timeless breakfast food are trending now as cupcakes have in the past. Infusing the favorite morning... more

Drinks for Boaters and Floaters

Drinks for Boaters and Floaters »

By: Staff

Get the ultimate shot of you lounging on the bow of a yacht while sipping on the best boat drinks for on/off the dock. Kick back on a towel, take a sip and... more

Marinated Hanger Steak with Polenta Fresca

Marinated Hanger Steak with Polenta Fresca »

By: Staff

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Grilled Zucchini with Burrata & Pepper Relish

Grilled Zucchini with Burrata & Pepper Relish »

By: Staff

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Mentoring Kids At A Shoreline Landmark

Mentoring Kids At A Shoreline Landmark »

By: Mar-Li Colyar

When Coastal Connecticut Magazine met with Valerie Wiel Wilkins at the Stony Creek Market, she asked if she could be excused for a moment, saying “I just... more

Summer grilling starts with dessert.

Summer grilling starts with dessert. »

By: Staff

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Turning up the Heat with a Kenyon Grill

Turning up the Heat with a Kenyon Grill »

By: Veronica Phobes

Nowadays even our grills are PC, however, it means something a little different in grill talk. Kenyon Grill's new PC technology means Precision Control, so you... more

Connecticut Grown Strawberries Ripe for the Picking

Connecticut Grown Strawberries Ripe for the Picking »

By: Rebecca Murphy

Fresh from the field, Connecticut Grown strawberries are now ripening and ready to eat. Strawberries are the first fruit available in Connecticut and signal... more

Berry Patch Cocktail (Summer Drinks)

Berry Patch Cocktail (Summer Drinks) »

By: Staff

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Simply Cacio e Pepe

Simply Cacio e Pepe »

By: Staff

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Soft Boiled Egg with Milled Polenta & Mushrooms

Soft Boiled Egg with Milled Polenta & Mushrooms »

By: Staff

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Spring Mixology

Spring Mixology »

By: Lindsay Rizza

3 Cocktails by Mixologist Ashley Cappiello The Tohil (named after the Mayan God of fire)  1 1/2 oz of chipotle infused tequila  1/2 oz of Pierre Fernand... more

The Road Less Traveled

The Road Less Traveled »

By: James Malcolm

Connecticut based craft brewer Two Roads Brewing Company opened a $15 million expansion called Area Two Experimental Brewing in a state-of-the-art 25,000... more

Caramelized Lemon Vinaigrette

Caramelized Lemon Vinaigrette »

By: Staff

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Sugar on Snow

Sugar on Snow »

By: Melinda Tuhus

Where maple sap flows, all one needs to make taffy is snow. A fun and easy winter treat, maple syrup on snow candy requires just two ingredients -- pure maple... more

The Rambling Inn

The Rambling Inn »

By: Mar-Li Colyar

When Damian Cashman arrives he won’t just roll into town. He’ll ramble. Cashman is the founder and owner of The Rambling Inn, a new pub on wheels... more

Absolutely Adored

Absolutely Adored »

By: Gina Zammit

Each piece is hand painted Stepping into Le Rouge by Aarti feels like you’ve entered a ruby toned jewel box. True to its name, splashes of red can be... more