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It's that time of the year when we think about eggs. Mostly though, as Easter approaches, we consider them in Technicolor and placed lovingly in a child's basket.
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When cooking with jalapeno, use gloves like your life depends on it. Recipe from the Santa Fe School of Cooking cookbook.
12 hrs ago | Connecticut Post
Heirloom Arts Theatre, 155 Main St., Danbury. Friday, April 19, 7 p.m. $20 VIP, $15 general admission, $12 door.
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East Windsor , it seems, is a breakfast town. At least a half-dozen local diners and coffee shops serve up pancakes, eggs and bacon, and that doesn't even include the chains like Cracker Barrel and Friendly's.
When they opened their Owings Mills oasis for fine dining back in 1988, owners Ellen and Linwood Dame called it Linwood's Cafe-Grille.
A much older humor columnist named Dave Barry used to write as Mr. Language Person, or some such, when addressing the woeful state of the English language in a semi-comical way.
Global restaurant chain Johnny Rockets announced today their latest menu concept - the new Build-Your-Own-Burger ordering option.
Prelude to summer: a hint of heat, a whiff of sunscreen, a drifting cloud of smoke from the charcoal grill.
Some of you may remember when the Towne Crier opened in Beekman in 1972, a local place where you could sit back and enjoy a nice meal along with live blues, folk and jazz music.
Three Upper West Side burger lovers invented a devise that they claim keeps juice of thick patties from destroying delicate buns and ruining perfectly good hamburgers.
MAYBE eight out of 10 people hate tomatoes unless the veggie-fruit is disguised as spaghetti sauce and pizza topping.
The burger: "I hate the term 'slider,'" said Lisa Hanson, chef/owner of Mona Restaurant .
To give the Indianapolis burger scene some love , we've enlisted the help of Micah Frank, chef/partner at Black Market and two-time nominee for Food & Wine 's The People's Best New Chef .
In 2013, the ramen burger was born and now it has arrived in the Boston area. Located conveniently near the Boston University campus, Ki Bistro, a small and unpretentious take out locale, is home to this delicious burger novelty, which uses savory ramen noodles to create the signature ramen burger bun.