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Justin Morales is the founder of Up N’ Down Rock and Bourbon and the general manager and a hospitality instructor at Fire By Forge in Hartford, Conn.
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Thirsty? Bartenders join Chef Plum on this episode of Seasoned to taste and talk about seasonal cocktails, both spirited and zero-proof, as we slide from spring into summer.
Create a spread that makes friends want to dig in.

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The secret in these margs? Blueberry simple syrup, which will make you feel like a bona fide mixologist.
This is the moment we’ve been waiting for—thick- cut, beefy rib eye steaks grilled to medium-rare perfection and slathered with a house-made garlic butter.
This savory crust is an unexpected and very welcome twist on the world’s most perfect food.

Who’s serving some of the best and most unique breakfasts, lunches and dinners in the state? Find out on Restaurant Road Trip!

Connecticut Garden Journal is a weekly program hosted by horticulturalist Charlie Nardozzi.

All Things We're Cooking from NPR - Your family recipes and the stories behind them
Left: Assembled cappelletti on a table. Right: James Hamilton's niece Julia Griffin (from left), his daughter Anna Hamilton, his son Robert Hamilton, his sister Susan Hamilton Griffin and his brother-in-law, Jim Griffin.
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Hundreds of Nonna's handmade cappelletti were no match for Barron the Doberman. But Barron was no match for Nonna and her rolling pin.

Hosted by award-winning food journalist Francis Lam, The Splendid Table is public radio's culinary, culture, and lifestyle program that celebrates food and its ability to touch the lives and feed the souls of everyone.
  • 758: Summer Parties with Nicole A. Taylor, Natasha David and Patric Richardson
    This week, it’s party season with food writer Nicole A. Taylor, bartender Natasha David, and Laundry Evangelist, Patric Richardson
  • 781: Eating With Funny People
    This week, we're joined by two comedians to talk about their connection to food. First, Ivy Le, host of the podcast Fear of Going Outside. We quote, "Most nature shows are hosted by reckless white men, but avid indoors woman Ivy Le is an Asian mom with severe allergies. Last season, Ivy conquered camping. She's back, braving the outdoors to go hunting- or die trying!" Then, comedian Dan Ahdoot, the author of the new book Undercooked: How I Let Food Become My Life Navigator and How Maybe That's a Dumb Way to Live, talks to us about his connection to food and his family, his theories on relationships, and the journeys he's taken for a great meal. Broadcast dates for this episode: May 26, 2023 (originally aired)


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