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The Hartford CourantApple Caramel Walnut, Blueberry, Cherry, Banana Cream, Chocolate Cream, Lemon Meringue, Pecan, Pumpkin....are you drooling yet? These pies and more are found at Lyman Orchards and Homestead. Established in 1741, Lyman Orchards has grown into one of the...
Tags: Pumpkin, Middlefield, Farms, Apples, Pies and Tarts
Hearty autumn dishes are all about the spice--think carrot-ginger soup, clove-braised pork roast and apple pie with cinnamon and nutmeg. But you don't need to wait for the main course for a kick. These restaurants are pouring seasonal cocktails with...
Tags: Nutmeg, Dining and Drinking, Bars and Clubs, Pumpkin, Cinnamon
"Condense some daily experience into a glowing symbol," wrote Ralph Waldo Emerson, "and an audience is electrified." The United States of America, in all its complexity, is no small enterprise, its citizenry more than a crowd. But over the years, those...
It's not time to go into hibernation just yet, but it won't be long before the leaves start to turn. Ready or not, you've got to bid adieu to summer and toast a new season. We've lined up five libations that will warm your spirits, spice up your...
Wednesday/26 AIA lecture series--The Williamsburg Society of the Archaeological Institute of America in conjunction with the Department of Classical Studies at William & Mary sponsor a lecture by Professor Linda Gigante of the University of Louisville,...
757-247-4781When I was a kid, my family used to pick apples in what was the Mennonite Colony in the Denbigh area of Newport News. Those apple groves are now gone, replaced by houses. Even so, there are places in Virginia where you can still pick your own apples,...
The Fortune Cookie Chronicles: Adventures in the World of Chinese Food By Jennifer 8. Lee Twelve/Grand Central, 307 pages, $24.99 In the past few years the world of non-fiction has offered up a profusion of investigative books about food, from...
TV/Radio WriterWFOR-Ch. 4 anchor Antonio Mora is on his second tour of duty in the Miami- Fort Lauderdale market. He worked at WTVJ in 1992-93. In the interim, he was a news anchor for Good Morning America, the first Hispanic to hold that position, a correspondent for...
Either Homaro Cantu's mother never told him "Don't play with your food," or he never paid attention. Because Cantu, the chef and creative force behind Moto, really plays with his food. Cantu seals scallops in bags and heats them to not-quite-cooked...
Tags: Ice Cream, Foods and Beverages, Seafood, Fennel, Caviar
This year, when Jack Frost nips at your nose, just nip him right back with one of these libations guaranteed to melt the heart of even the most abominable of snowmen. Mulled wine, $4.25 Vegetarians flock to meat-free Chicago Diner on Thanksgiving for the...
Are restaurants better the second time around? Today we look at two suburban restaurants that underwent makeovers of a sort: Bamboo Blue, which began as a Homewood noodle market and has developed into a full-service, pan-Asian restaurant; and 10 West,...
Special to The TimesA-1 Produce and Veggie Lovers Deli. Specialties: saag paneer, masala dosa, potato bonda, pakoras, kulfi ice creams. Entrées, $5 to $6. 9043 Reseda Blvd., Northridge; (818) 998-6900. See Page 18 for review. Ago is more scene than substance, a slick...
Tags: Rhubarb, Strawberries, Gnocchi, Tomatoes, Bars and Clubs
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