Reheated is a twice-weekly round-up of bite-sized food news in Connecticut and beyond.
After days of "are they or aren't they?" BSF in Darien is finally open! Our take.
Westporters, author Ramin Ganeshram and photographer Jean-Paul Vellotti will sign copies of their cookbook-travelogue Sweet Hands: Island Cooking from Trinidad & Tobago tomorrow night, December 4 at Milford's Barnes & Noble. Via Patch.com
Don't miss New Canaan's Holiday Stroll starts tonight, Dec. 3 & 4. Info CTbites.com.
Ridgefield's Holiday Stroll weekend begins tonight. Info RidgefieldCTBlog.com.
A book signing & reception with Dorie Greenspan at Kitchens by Deane in Stamford, 1267 East Main St. on Tuesday Dec. 7, 5:30 to 7:30 pm, hosted by CTC&G. Donations to Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County are welcome. RSVP to email@example.com.
116 Crown is bringing back civility. They will be celebrating the martini Thursdays this month. You'll know where to find me. Info 116Crown.com
The Senate passed a sweeping Food Safety Bill this week, but a snag may mean another vote. Via MSNBC.
Eater's Holiday Advent calendar kicked-off with a Minikit Sferificación Kit created by Ferran Adrià. Dear friend and family, please take note. Via Eater.com.
My favorite chef is not a real person. Ruth Bourdain is the culinary mash-up of Anthony Bourdain and Ruth Reichl. And now, dear Ruthie B. has a column. Via Chow.com.
Is hypoallergenic wine for real? Via Time.com.
A 12 oz roll of sausage just doesn't cut it. One peeved Jimmy Dean sausage customer shares this lament. Is it wrong that I sympathize with his 4 oz loss? Via YouTube.com