Tag Archives: food

Mouth-Watering

There’s something elemental about eating oysters by the sea, as if you plucked your dinner from the brine. …

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Passion: Fruit

Fruit Salad from Cositas Deliciosas

Add condensed milk to pretty much any food and you’ve won me over. But let’s set that aside for a moment. Because people really go to Cositas Deliciosas for the fruit. …

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Bunny Business

A “gluten-free” label usually sends a secondary message to eaters who aren’t watching their wheat: This isn’t for you.

But not at the Little Rabbit Baking Company. Despite the hand-lettered “GF” on every label at the young Hamden bakery, the …

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Women of Ends

When Selma Miriam and Noel Furie first saw the old machine shop in the mid ’70s, they knew they wanted a wall full of light. …

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Near and Far

The Little Colombia Restaurant

You can fly 2,500 miles for an authentic Colombian meal. Or you can take exit 51 off I-95 North…

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In the Pocket

“Pierogi: a small dough dumpling stuffed with a filling such as potato or cheese, typically served as a dish with onions or sour cream.” …

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Food Scenery

Lobster Mac at John Davenport's

While it cuts an imposing 19-floor figure on Temple Street, the Omni New Haven Hotel is often overlooked by those who hang their hats in the city. It’s a place for travelers, not locals, we think. But John Davenport’s, the …

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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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Good Times

Inside Amity Bowl - Woodbridge, CT

Amity Bowl has the cosmic carpeting, the molded plastic chairs, the marbled loaner balls. Call it retro. Because unlike its glitzy and pricey corporate competitors, independent Amity still has one foot back in 1958…

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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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