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Perusing the menu at Josef's Table, I couldn't help but think back to some of my first big restaurant experiences. My mother, may she rest in peace, wanted me to have a good restaurant education, never knowing where it might lead. It was the 1970s. So...
Porta Via. Is it Italian for “by way of the door”? Or is it the verb/adverb combo “to carry out”? Either way, you'll want to take everything home from the Italian food emporium bearing this moniker. You may already recognize the...
Tags: Restaurants, Salads, San Marino, Breads, Lifestyle and Leisure
The Hartford CourantWhen Farmington's landmark restaurant, The Silo, closed last year, there were hugs and tears and hand-wringing by longtime customers lamenting the end of the popular Santorso-owned business. As the old saying goes, those "frowns have been turned...
Pat Arata from Mishawaka, Ind., was looking for a recipe she had lost for making crispy fried salmon patties that she thought was once printed on a can of Crisco. She said the patty puffed up a little when fried, which made her think the recipe likely...
Who eats: Business people, conventioneers, guests of the Swissotel in which the restaurant is located. Why eat: Steak, seafood and an emphasis on business diners. Ambience: Bright and airy, with large windows, wood floors and comfortably spaced tables...
Don't let the name fool you. Our Pepperoni Garbage Bread is named for the fact that you can throw whatever you want inside. Use last night's leftovers or anything you have in the fridge and enjoy! Yields: 12 slices Cooking Time: 30 min What You'...
Tags: Salads, Pepperoni, Breads, Peppers, Lifestyle and Leisure
The Hartford CourantNEW YORK — Your $400 date at Carbone doesn't begin with anything fancy. No caviar, no foie gras. Instead, your waiter appears in a red Zac Posen tuxedo, looking and sounding like Joe Pesci in "My Cousin Vinny." He pierces a chunk of parmesan...
More than a grocery store, Toski Sands offers its customers more than meat, seafood market, wine and spirits, produce, specialty groceries, domestic and imported cheeses and a complete deli. For the past two years it has provided Northern Michigan...
NEW YORK — Your $400 date at Carbone doesn't begin with anything fancy. No caviar, no foie gras. Instead, your waiter appears in a red Zac Posen tuxedo, looking and sounding like Joe Pesci in "My Cousin Vinny." He pierces a chunk of Parmesan...
Piazza Rialto is an interesting find in west Orange County. The restaurant is nicely designed with a large main dining room centered around a bar. The room is voluminous yet it has cozy, intimate niches. The décor has a casual elegance vibe that makes...
Tags: Windermere, Lamb, Lifestyle and Leisure, Winter Garden, Tomatoes
If you can't make it to Italy this summer, you can find a little bit of Naples in a 50-seat corner restaurant in downtown Fort Lauderdale. There, chef Luigi DiMeo kneads the dough and cooks the sauce used on his eponymous coal-oven pizzas. DiMeo follows...
Restaurant CriticPassersby stand and stare at the spectacle inside the palatial Brockman Building at the corner of 7th and Grand. Floor-to-ceiling windows put the whole shebang that is Bottega Louie on full display: gray-veined marble floors, imposing pillars and a...
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