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Mbar Mystic Cool Chocolate Mint Cocktail

Mbar Mystic Cool Chocolate Mint Cocktail »

By: Marisa Sabowski

Mbar Cool Chocolate Mint Cocktail By Marisa Sabowski, Bartender at MBar, Mystic, CT 8-10 Chocolate Mint leaves 2 oz Foggy Harbor Vodka (local from... more

Indochine Chef Secrets

Indochine Chef Secrets »

By: Staff

Our friends at The Good Elephant Cafe in Chester have revealed their secret for making the most delicious Vietnamese spring rolls on the planet. And while... more

The Art of the Pour: Fine-Tuning Your Wine Tasting

The Art of the Pour: Fine-Tuning Your Wine Tasting »

By: Alan A. Barone

Simply drinking wine is easy and straightforward: open the bottle, pour, and enjoy. For the wine enthusiast, however, truly understanding wine can be a... more

Poem: My Religion Is New England

Poem: My Religion Is New England »

By: L. M. Browning

My feast days come When the apples are ripe And the blueberries Hang heavy with juice. My communal wine Is the crisp salty liquor sipped From the... more

How To Buy Transplants

How To Buy Transplants »

By: Staff

While purchasing vegetable transplants from the nursery or garden shop is much easier than growing them, buying blindly could mean a poor harvest,
or even... more

Winter & Spring’s Staple

Winter & Spring’s Staple »

By: Staff

As Webster’s defines it, “comfort food” is food “that is satisfying because it is prepared in a simple or traditional way and reminds you of home,... more

Chocolate Hot Spots

Chocolate Hot Spots »

By: Staff

It was Peanuts creator Charles M. Schulz who said: “All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt.” Note that he said “now and... more

The Five Senses of Clyde’s Cider Mill

The Five Senses of Clyde’s Cider Mill »

By: Chris Pagliuco

There was a time when a good day’s work didn’t mean clicking away in a cubicle. When networking meant getting along with your neighbors. And “real... more

Three Heartwarming (And Easy) Winter Recipes

Three Heartwarming (And Easy) Winter Recipes »

By: Chef Ron Hook

Traditions are the antichange—things we can count on and memories that are relived through, among many things, holiday meals, including the leftovers. I dare... more