Reheated: Stew Leonards, Bourdain, Batali [oh my]

Amy Kundrat

Reheated is a twice-weekly round-up of bite-sized food news in Connecticut and beyond. 

In Connecticut...

Stew Leonards samples Thanksgiving Day fare this weekend at their stores. Info StewLeonards.

Anthony Bourdain is coming to Stamford on February 12 at the Palace Theater. Tickets are going fast! Via LunchBreakChronicles & Info PalaceTheater.org.

Help protect family farmers, farmers markets and the local food movement with the Food Safety Modernization Bill and Small-Scale and Organic Farmers. Info FairfieldGreenFoodGuide.org.

'Tis the season for 2 for 1 Holiday drinks at Starbucks. Info DiningALaCarte.com.

Batali and Bastianish continue their Port Chester tear, with Tarry Wine opening adjacent to the newly opened Tarry Market and the popular Tarry Lodge. Info theFeast.com.

...and beyond.

If you're anything like me, you're canceling evening plans and turning off your phone because the New Yorker Food Issue is out. Already devoured this piece about April Bloomfield of the Spotted Pig fame. Via NewYorker.com

An interview with Amanda Hesser, author of the monumental and "essential" New York Times cookbook. Via VillageVoice.com.

Will Paris & Milan be able to feed themselves and farms travel outside city limits? Via TheAtlantic.com.

The skies just got a bit friendlier. American Airlines will now offer happy hour on flights. Via ZagatBuzz.com.

Letterman rants about Food culture. Via Eater.com.

Coolio (yes, that Coolio) samples and raps to Mama Stamberg's cranberry relish recipe this morning on NPR. Had to share this train wreck. Via NPR.org.