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Short and Sweet

Did you know that humans have been tapping sugar maples to make syrup for at least 8,000 years? Or that sap is 98% water? …

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Dinner is Served

Olea - New Haven, CT

When Ibiza, the popular high-end Spanish restaurant on High Street, closed up shop a few years back, its head chef Manuel Romero saw an opportunity to start fresh in the same space. …

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Temple on Temple

Evangelos Topalidis outside Kalimera - New Haven, CT

Evangelos Topalidis wants to cook for you. You should want him to cook for you, too. …

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Culinary Hearts

Amelia Reese Masterson, Kate Rebernak and employees of Framework at Sanctuary Kitchen

There may be no better way to bring people together than food. …

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Hawaiian Punch

Pokemoto, New Haven CT

The recipe for Thomas Nguyen and Gladys Longwa’s friendship was a simple one: “We ate a lot,” Longwa says. …

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Cheese and Cheers

Caseus Pairing Class

When Sylvia brought out the blowtorch, I knew we were going to have fun. …

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Khan Do

Kamrak Khan of Hasna's Grill

With many relatives working as doctors, a career in medicine would’ve made sense for Kamran Khan. But he had other ideas. …

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Human Beeing

Vincent Kay of Swords into Plowshares Honey

Vincent Kay stands in front of his pickup truck, suited up in white, ready to check his six hives at Yale’s Marsh Botanical Garden. It’s a sun-bathed October afternoon, the kind everyone will dream of a few months from …

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Sticky Business

Items in the Robert S. Greenberg Made in New Haven Collection

A number of New Haven inventions have changed the course of history—the cotton gin, vulcanized rubber, the telephone exchange.

Less impactful, but more joyful, is the Lolly Pop…

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Taking It In

Sesame Falafel

At Sesame Falafel, most customers take out, though sometimes one or two people take a seat instead.

The day of my visit, I was one of them…

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