Reheated is a twice-weekly round-up of bite-sized food news in Connecticut and beyond.
We go behind-the-scenes with Bar Rosso a new urban style trattoria opening soon in Stamford.
We should all throw parties like this. Monica of 109 Cheese & Wine and Sarah of Sarah's Wine Bar are hosting a special wine dinner at Bernards in Ridgefield on January 21 to celebrate their joint birthdays in fine food & wine style.
Finding Asia in Bridgeport, writer Elizabeth Keyser discovers a gem. Via Fairfield County Weekly.
Ambler Farm is hosting a Food Drive to benefit the Wilton Social Services Food Bank to honor the memory of Martin Luther King on January 17.
The New York Times reviews Pine Social in New Canaan, a spot we love for it's beautiful marble bar and cozy Pine Street location.
How to tip in every major country, via Business Insider.
The Fed tightens school nutrition guidelines, by an "increase the availability of fruits, vegetables, whole grains and low-fat milk while cutting the amount of sodium and saturated fat," via CNN.com.
Sesame and nut allergies often strike together, says one small study via Reuters.com.
Another study claims "a pint of beer a day keeps the doctor away," as reported by the Telegraph.
Vermonters take on McDonalds to defend Maple products. Via TheAtlantic.com
Human cheese? Don't know what to make of this but thanks to Grist.com for sharing.
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