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Simply Cacio e Pepe

Simply Cacio e Pepe »

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Soft Boiled Egg with Milled Polenta & Mushrooms

Soft Boiled Egg with Milled Polenta & Mushrooms »

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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 »

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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

Agnolotti del Plin

Agnolotti del Plin »

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OKO-nomiyaki »

By: Gina Zammit

Housed inside the charming vintage fire house in Westport, there is a culinary legend, Chef Brian Lewis’ newest venture, OKO. OKO is an abbrevation of... more

Homemade Holidays

Homemade Holidays »

By: Mar-Li Colyar

The idea of potpourri that simmers on the stove all day and I am so glad I finally tried it! And especially that I tried it on a cold, winter weekend. I just... more

Jam-Packed Cookies

Jam-Packed Cookies »

By: Lindsay Rizza

Nothing could be more festive on the holiday table than a tray of these, buttery, confectioners' sugar-dusted, jam-packed Linzer cookies! Use your smallest... more

Feast of the Seven Fishes

Feast of the Seven Fishes »

By: Lindsay Rizza

Every year in the U.S., many people celebrate the Feast of the Seven Fishes on Christmas Eve. Although it is unclear when the dinner became so popular, this... more

Your Holiday Survival Guide

Your Holiday Survival Guide »

By: Karena Garrity

It’s just about that time, in this busy holiday season, when the shopping lists are nearing their ends and gifts are on their way, wrapped or hidden away in... more



By: Lindsay Rizza

THE HOT TODDY CURES THE COMMON COLD. Chances are, you or someone you know had the bug last year, and you were probably looking for relief anywhere you could... more


Friendsgiving »

By: Karena Garrity

Friendsgiving is a term that found its way into American culture over the past two decades. For many, it's become a way to show thanks for their friends, as... more

Make Thanksgiving Local, Fresh and Nutritious

Make Thanksgiving Local, Fresh and Nutritious »

By: Karena Garrity

According to Connecticut shoreline based, registered dietitian and nutrition specialist, Dr. Holly Finley David, the most nutritious food is the food that... more

A hallmark of the Marche cuisine

A hallmark of the Marche cuisine »

By: Jackie Nappo

Paul Angelini has memories of Italian summers staying up all hours of the night with friends making and eating fresh pasta. Angelini moved from his hometown... more

Every Pizza has a Story

Every Pizza has a Story »

By: Karena Garrity

Transported to America via Italian immigrants, it’s a 32 billion dollar industry and a main staple in the American diet, a versatile, savory, well rounded,... more

Killingworth Cranberries

Killingworth Cranberries »

By: Karena Garrity

Tangy, tart cranberries are somewhat of a fickle fruit, requiring just the right conditions for growth, such as; an adequate, fresh water supply, a long... more