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Meet “CT Eats Out” Food Blogger, Alycia Chrosniak

Are you a foodie? Do you love to eat out? Are you curious about what Connecticut restaurants are opening up and who the chefs are behind them? Lots of folks have discovered the website CT Eats Out to get all the details on everything “food.” It was started by 27-year old Alycia Chrosniak of West Hartford and she Read more…

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WaiterWheels.com Will Be Right There With Your Food

Need a meal fast but you don’t feel like leaving the house, your hotel, college room or your office? Are you having a seminar where food is needed? Ten years ago in 2006, a company called Waiter-Wheels was founded in Hartford and just like its name…your “waiter” on wheels comes to you with your order. Two years back Read more…

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Made In Connecticut Expo ~ May 14th & 15th

It’s back for a second year. The Annual Made In Connecticut Expo will be held at the Farmington Polo Grounds on May 14th and 15th 2016.  The hours are from 11 am to 6pm both days. More than 300 Connecticut made companies, large and small will be showing their wares in the categories of: Food and Read more…

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Portugese-fusion Chef At Univ. Of New Haven To Benefit The Hungry

George Mendes, a chef originally from Danbury, Conn. who owns a restaurant in New York City and is the author of a memoir/cookbook will be the guest speaker at University of New Haven on Friday, Feb. 5 at the annual dinner, “Love is a Full Plate”, to raise money to fight hunger in Connecticut. George Read more…

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A Beautiful Sister-Filled Morning In A Little Corner of Norwich, Connecticut

What a beautiful morning in Norwich, Connecticut with my sister Sue. Sue flew into Connecticut for a wedding and we got together and decided to head out for a bit and just happened upon Small Potatoes. It is a darling shop in a greek revival bungalow owned and loved by Erica Corbett. I have known Read more…

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Black Rock Farmer’s Market

  BLACK ROCK FARMER’S MARKET BEGINS ON JUNE 20th  The Black Rock Farmer’s Market (BRFM) in Bridgeport is back for a second year and better than ever! The market will be held every Saturday from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm on the field next to St. Ann Church on 481 Brewster Street. The mission of Read more…

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Eco Grow Farms ~ Growing Sustainable Food Indoors

Eric March and Raquel Kennedy are on a mission to grow food indoors in Connecticut. It would create jobs and sustainable food for the state and create a sense of community. Their company is called Eco Grow Farms and they are looking for folks to invest and get on board with their passion to lead Read more…

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Connecticut’s Hungry, The Numbers Are Going Up

Connecticut is a state of about 3 million people. Did you know that half a million people are so called “food insecure?” Think about that for a moment. Connecticut Food Bank President and CEO, Nancy Carrington says her organization handed out 17 million meals last year, a record number, and many of the recipients were children. Read more…

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Bridgeport’s Arts Fest, July 12

 It’s the 5th annual celebration of local and original arts, culture, and entertainment in downtown Bridgeport! The Arts Fest is a family- and community-friendly affair and is FREE to attend. Enjoy a full day of music, live performances, interactive art, demonstrations, great food, and amazing work by artists, artisans and crafters. This is Saturday, July Read more…

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