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Saucy

Brisket Sandwich and Cajun Fries at Bull & Swine

“One thing I’ve learned is that everyone has a lot of opinions about barbecue,” Paul Cordero says. Cordero is the culinary director for Goatville Restaurant Group, which owns Oak Haven Table & Bar and, a couple of blocks away, the …

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Seaworthy

In Fair Haven, whose history is tied to the pursuits of river and sea, and whose current population is increasingly Hispanic, it’s only fitting that a restaurant like La Molienda should exist. …

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Nuevo Haven

On the first floor of the multi-story restaurant Pacífico, the ceiling is painted with blue ripples, as if everything—bar, tables and diners themselves—were sitting at the bottom of a calm but colorful tide pool. To the right of the entrance, …

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B&B

The Smoker at Prime 16

At Prime 16, the name says it all. “Prime”: meat from young, well-fed cattle. “16”: the number of ounces in a pint. Still unclear? Check the logo: a minimalistic drawing of a bovine head, in which the face and snout …

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Cookie Science

Moon Rocks cookies

Five out of five grandkids agree: grandmothers make the best cookies. But what if Grandma wanted to shoot a little higher than family desserts and school bake sales? …

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Diet for a Small City

“… learning began with unlearning these powerful myths.”

“I knew I couldn’t go on as I was…”

“There is no change without risk.” …

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Tending the Garden

Kasbah Garden Cafe

As rain comes down on Kasbah Garden Cafe, Lahcen Alouah drags on a cigarette and looks out at his green oasis. Birdcages hang open, dripping. Six-sided, 12-sided and 24-sided Moroccan…

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Surf and Turf

Once upon a time, beginning just after the Civil War, the West Haven shoreline harbored one of the most popular warm-weather resorts in New England, Savin Rock Amusement Park. With…

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Oil Man

Stephen J. Clemente, owner of Extra Virgin Oil Store

Tradition and modernity are like oil and vinegar—they’re not supposed to mix, but sometimes, they surprise you.

Extra Virgin Oil Store, recently opened on Chapel Street downtown, specializes in…

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Full Plate

Stephen Fries

Stephen Fries, the writer, professor and food connoisseur—referred to as “New Haven’s foodie” when he appears during “In the Kitchen” segments on WTNH’s “Connecticut Style,” sharing recipes and insights—is seemingly omnipresent when…

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