Reheated: This Week's Top Food News in CT & Beyond

Amy Kundrat

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

In Connecticut...

Don't miss this week's Westport Farmers Market will feature chefs Bill Taibe (leFarm), Nancy Roper (Boxcar Cantina) and Jeff Northrop (Westport Aquaculture) in a market fundraiser. Info

Free scoop at participating Carvel stores this Thursday. Via Dining A La Carte

Tasti D-lite tops the list of several restaurant openings in Stamford. Via Stamford Notes.

Save the date to drink for charity with Cans & Cocktails on Sept.29, a fundraiser in Stamford we'll be supporting. Info

Wednesday night wine tastings at Sarah's Wine Bar in Ridgefield. Via

....and beyond.

Is genetically engineered salmon safe? NPR asks and attempts to answer. Via

Art and kitchens collide with Counterspace: Design and the Modern Kitchen at the Museum of Modern Art. Via

Bon Appetit is moving from LA to New York and long-time editor steps down. Via AP.

Marketing booze to women, why don't we ditch the pink and remember, "You're not selling feminine hygiene products; you're selling booze." Amen. Via

I want to go to there. Harvard's Science & Cooking lecture series featuring distinguished chefs such as Grant Achatz, Jose Andres and David Chang. Via

Shoulda done your homework. More on corn refiners attempts at rebranding their sugary empire. Via

Healthy vending machines? A baby carrot vending machine in Cincinatti. Via