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    Tipping Point: Our picks and pans

    EXHIBITION TIP Chairs By Design: Making the Cut Through Sunday Mystic Museum of Art, 9 Water St., Mystic You’ll feel like Goldilocks when you see this exhibition of custo...

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    Constantine’s on the Bay delivers (mostly) great food and atmosphere.
    Most vegetables grown in home gardens are annuals. They wither and die at the end of the season and need to be replanted every year to reap more crops. But if you’re shor...
    There are many reasons why it’s fun to hang out in downtown Chester. Main Street caters to an eclectic set, with boutiques and galleries alongside a brewery, fine dining ...
    I’m not much of a coffee drinker, so when I suggest to someone that we “go out for coffee,” what that usually translates to in my head is grabbing a pastry, ordering some...

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    On Easter Eve, while prepping a sous vide porchetta roast, a boneless leg of lamb and putting the final chocolate touches on Peanut Butter Stuffed Banana Bread Bars, I ha...
    In my never-ending search to find a great cracker to replace the now-discontinued Red Oval Farms Stoned Wheat Thins, I came across these gems at Ocean State Job Lot: Impe...
    Two Mystic chefs have been named finalists for awards by the esteemed James Beard Foundation.
    Grilling is a great method for quickly cooking fish while imparting lots of flavor, but the weather isn’t always on your side. So instead of battling the elements, take y...
    On a recent afternoon, customers were striding purposefully from the parking lot into Pasta Vita in Old Saybrook. They wandered around the interior, gazing inside the ref...

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    FOOD TIP Casserole-Style Enchiladas Zavala Mexican Bistro 135 Boston Post Road, East Lyme I was intrigued by the idea of enchiladas done in casserole form. So I ordered t...
    They have different names like Buffalo Bleu, Fat Elvis, and Fun Guy, and different fixings like Cajun spice, peanut butter and caramelized bananas, and thyme roasted mush...
    The beauty of making a baked ham for Easter (or any holiday or large gathering) is that there's bound to be leftovers. Leftover ham, which will last for up to five days i...
    You might know Day reporter Claire Bessette in her full-time capacity as a crime fightin’ writer, cruising around Norwich in the Mystery Machine with Shaggy and Scooby, l...
    All-American diner food is at its best in Uncasville at Breakfast at Diana’s.
    On a Friday night last May, between snapping selfies in their rhinestone-encrusted outfits and belting out the words to “Cruel Summer,” Taylor Swift fans dashed from thei...
    If an eatery has the word “cantina” in the title, I’m there. When the title, specifically, is “Cantina Beach,” I’m there even faster, because: beach equals happiness. Th...
    Some vegetables seem to call out to me from their produce-aisle bins: “You know me and you love me,” the broccoli and the carrots and the peppers and the collards say, as...
    After the last two months of writing about my bouts of COVID and food poisoning, I’m suddenly struck dumb with Spring Fever. This was triggered by a few environmental fac...
    Chester’s Barbecue 943 Poquonnock Road, Groton Chestersbbq.com, (860) 449-6868 During 26½ years at The Day, I’ve always qualified my comments about local barbecue with ...