Hey there, New Haveners! I was so excited to get back to Stir The Pot, a monthly potluck on food justice and food security, this week. Check it out!
On Wednesday night, the kitchens at Gateway Community College — yes, there are multiple, glinting with clean, stainless steel surfaces and zillion-burner stoves — were abuzz with activity, Shell and Bones’ new chef Arturo Franco Comacho darting from one end of the space to the other to check dishes that students were preparing for an […]
Happy New Year, Elm Citizens! I am back with a short-ish post this week, celebrating one of my favorite places in the city — Lalibela Ethiopian Restaurant, tucked away unassumingly on Temple Street — as the the January 7 celebration of Ethiopian Christmas draws near. If you haven’t yet been to the restaurant — or […]
This is a concept born in the neighborhood among neighbors, owned by neighbors, built by another neighbor and staffed by neighbors. City Point Kitchen is neighborhood. Fresh local ingredients is what inspires Derrick the chef who also lives in New Haven. He noted people love their eggs (from Branford), their biscuits and gravy as well […]
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There’s a beautiful little food cart tucked between the tacos and curries and bengali burritos on Prospect Street, outside of the hockey rink. Called Mecha-Uma (delicious in Japanese), it reads like an old school Asian hawker stall – hand written menus covered in plastic, steaming stainless steel pots of noodles of all kinds, trays of […]
Imagine a giant, made to order, sushi roll the size of a burrito for only $6. It’s a great sandwich and comes with a variety of choose your own toppings. Worth a taste at SnoJoy Cafe on Whitney Ave at Grove Street. ” What is Sushi Burrito? This multicultural fusion food is a sushi roll […]