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Epic Bald-Fest Battles Cancer

by David Sepulveda | Feb 26, 2015 1:10 pm | Comments (1)

DAVID SEPULVEDA PHOTOS It was a close shave for some firefighters, police and civilians who dared “brave the shave,” losing their locks to a phalanx of hair stylists as part of the annual St. Baldrick’s childhood cancer research fundraiser held at Pitkin Plaza’s Trinity Bar — formerly O’Tooles — the site of previous St. Baldrick’s events.

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New Jams Simmer Slowly, Move Fast At Skappo

by Aliyya Swaby | Feb 23, 2015 4:46 pm | Comments (1)

Aliyya Swaby Photo Boiling fruit and sugar for a half-hour might technically make a jelly. Yvette Sincavage spends four hours slow-cooking dried apricots, water, sugar and lemon for Skappo’s new line of jams, which reminds her of an important lesson: “You can slow down a bit if you want to.”

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Lions Shake It For Lunar New Year

by Brian Slattery | Feb 22, 2015 10:13 am

Brian Slattery Photo The Yale-China Association‘s annual Lunarfest in celebration of the Lunar New Year kicked off once again with a parade up Whitney Avenue from Grove to Trumbull on Saturday.

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Humphrey’s East Reborn As Park Place East

by Markeshia Ricks | Feb 11, 2015 4:08 pm | Comments (3)

Markeshia Ricks Photo With shallots and garlic sautéing in a pan, Chef Pete Jaynes could have reached for a nice white wine for his sauce. But Valentine’s Day is coming. So instead he reached for the champagne to deglaze his pan.

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At Olea, It’s All About That Bass

by Lucy Gellman | Feb 5, 2015 3:18 pm

A cut of a European sea bass called Branzino sunned itself on the glinting, clean countertop, as its foodie friends – old and trusted (salt, sliced potatoes, olive oil, cream) and some newer (crispy quinoa, fried capers, rosemary-soaked, flame-licked baby tomatoes) – stood at the ready in small white dishes.

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Brewery Adds To Sobocinski’s “Cheesepire”

by Lucy Gellman | Feb 5, 2015 3:16 pm | Comments (3)

Lucy Gellman Photo On Trumbull Street, Caseus was preparing for the lunch rush. In the cheese shop downstairs, a cheesemonger weighed chunks of mild, melty Saint D’Agur, runny Mont d’Or, and young, still-timid Manchego for a steady stream of customers.

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Archie Moore’s Wings It For The Super Bowl

by Allan Appel | Feb 1, 2015 2:01 pm | Comments (2)

Jose García orchestrated 300 individual chicken wings bubbling away in the seven-basket fryolator for 15 minutes. He gave each basket ten deft shakes a minute so the vegetable oil parboiled them evenly. Then out they went to the refrigerated truck in the parking lot to await saucing.

They joined what in the end will be — count ‘em — 25,000 individual wings, 360 pounds of cut celery, and 17 five-gallon buckets of Buffalo wing sauce, which will fill about 1,000 Super Bowl orders at Archie Moore’s between 11:30 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. on Sunday.

Asked if he could reveal what’s in the wing sauce, longtime manager Jim Wooley thought deeply and then replied, “No.”

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Which Chedda Is Bedda?

by Allan Appel | Jan 29, 2015 2:52 pm | Comments (3)

Allan Appel Photo Amateur cheeseologist Vikram Dhawan sampled a two-year-old Grafton to answer an aromatic question.

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Ode To Lulu’s

by Jack Hitt | Jan 28, 2015 4:02 pm | Comments (22)

Paul Bass Photo Back in the mid-1990s, not long after I had moved to New Haven from New York City, I was sitting at Lulu’s European Coffeehouse enjoying a mug of her high-test, low acid brew when the eponymous hero of the shop sat down and shoved a sheaf of crumpled papers at me. “This is my friend’s writing,” she said. “You simply must read it.”

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At 16, Lalibela Spills Its Secrets

by Lucy Gellman | Jan 26, 2015 11:12 am | Comments (2)

Lucy Gellman Photo “What would you like?”  Shilmat Tessema asked as she lifted a warm container of food over her Lalibela truck’s countertop.

Thomas Breen stepped up to the chrome-and-yellow food truck that has become a beloved staple at Ingalls Rink, eyeing the steaming, thick portions of turmeric-kissed cabbage, gleaming, wilted green beans, spice-rubbed carrots, and clay-red lentils that he had been thinking of all week.

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Signs / Bus Shelters / Pavement Markings
Mar 3, 2015 1:26 pm
Address: Townsend Avenue New Haven, Connecticut
Rating: 2

the stop sign on Townsend Avenue and Concord Avenue was knocked down by the large snow...

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Other - city responsibility
Mar 3, 2015 1:24 pm
Address: Goffe Street New Haven, Connecticut
Rating: 4

The old Helen Grant Elementary School grounds are a mess with over grown weeds and grass...

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