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Vista Food Network: Food Television by Adults with Disabilities featured on Fox CT

I’m so incredibly proud of the students in my Food TV class at Vista Vocational & Life Skills Center,  Thanks to Homeworks for generously giving us their space, FoodWorks Natural Market for the food, GCTV and Shannon Gale for filming, and to Meteorologist Matt Scott for capturing the culmination of this collaboration and the students’ hard work. Please watch this story that aired on FOX […]

Parade Magazine: The (New Year’s Eve) Party Starts Here

From PARADE Magazine‘s December 28, 2015 Issue: “The Party Starts Here,” My story on how to plan a GREAT New Year’s Eve Bash. With sage advice from Mary Giuliani Catering & Events, Le Cirque,The Improvised Life, Marcy Blum Associates, Laura in the Kitchen, Dr. Meg Urry, and great products from Whole Foods Market, Martinelli’s, Costco, POM Wonderful, PerfectPotluck.com. These ideas work well for Any occasion— Be […]

Italian Cookie

If you’ve read the About section of my blog, you’ll know that my first word was “cookie,” rhythmically chanted as both a celebration and a request when I was 9 months old. Somehow though, baking my own cookies  hasn’t been a part of my December ritual. When I was little, spending my holidays with my […]

Stephen Fries On the Food Scene

When in Savannah, Georgia, drop by The Public Kitchen & Bar

Check out my food column in this week’s New Haven Register

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Jupiter, Florida, has all kinds of great restaurants and temps in the 80s

Check out my column in this week’s New Haven Registerhttp://sfarticles.tumblr.com/post/112130417441/jupiter-florida-has-all-kinds-of-great

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Saybrook Point Inn & Spa cooks up weekend getaways for food lovers

Alex, one of the participants finished off the flourless chocolate cake

Check out my food column in this week’s New Haven Register.

http://stephenfries.weebly.com/new-haven-register.html

To see my food and travel column archives, please go to

http://sfarticles.tumblr.com/archive

Mary Tagliatela, who with her late husband founded Saybrook Point Inn & Spa, and chef Leslie Tripp watch as sous chef Gese Rodriguez plates up baked cod.It was a pleasant surprise for the class to meet Mrs. Tagliatela.

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