Friday, October 24, 2014

Ten Years Celebrating The Stinking Rose


This October marked the tenth year of the Connecticut Garlic + Harvest Festival. Held at the Bethlehem Fairgrounds, the event celebrates all things garlic aka "the stinking rose." From lectures to cooking demos to vendors and, of course, the food court, it's a day made for garlic lovers.

Thursday, October 23, 2014

It's A Whole New Bistro Seven

We're longtime fans of Bistro Seven in Wilton. With a work client just down the road, yes, we have scheduled video shoots so that they would end just around Happy Hour time so we could stop in for a cocktail and nosh on our way home. The last few times we'd been in, while it had been good, it just felt like something was missing.


When we heard from owner Breno Donatti that he was planning a reboot of Bistro Seven we were excited to hear it. So, what's new? Well, new chefs, a new menu and new local food purveyors.

Friday, October 17, 2014

Beer Magic At Half Full Rare Beer Night

Brewing beer is a magical combination of science and creativity. When you understand the science and then unleash your creativity, you can come up with some delightful sudsy magic.


Half Full Brewery in Stamford celebrates that kind of magic at its rare beer nights.

Parallel Post Dessert Raises Money For Breast Cancer Awareness


This October we hope you made room for dessert. It's for a good cause.

This month in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Parallel Post in Trumbull is serving up the "Hello Kitty," a decadent cocktail/dessert combination.

Monday, October 13, 2014

Apple Pie In A Glass

I don't have a big sweet tooth but boy there is something about apple pie in the Fall that I just cannot resist. And while, yes, I have had cold apple pie for breakfast, I thought maybe there was a way to get the same flavors in a slightly healthier way.

Photo by Renato Ghio

Enter this Apple Pie Smoothie.

Friday, October 10, 2014

Crunch Into An Apple In Honor of Food Day

October 24th is Food Day, a nationwide celebration and movement to promote healthy, affordable, and sustainable food, and to inspire Americans to change their diets.


People around the country will come together to not only celebrate the awesome deliciousness of real food but also to push for improved food policies. Greater Danbury folks can get in on the action too by visiting the Danbury Farmers' Market.