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The Great Debate: Should You Fry or Roast Your Thanksgiving Turkey?

It’s been a popular topic of debate for years - are deep fried turkeys better than traditional roasted turkeys? The answer is rather complex and of course, it depends on a great deal of factors including personal preference. But with Turkey Day just about a week away, we’re going to let you in on a few pro secrets: once you fry a turkey, you may never eat it any other way.

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Holiday Cocktail Party Packages

Need an excuse to get together for a few drinks and some mouth-watering apps with friends? Well, if you ask us, any day of the week is the perfect excuse, but if that won’t do the trick the holiday season surely should! See below for some of our Holiday Cocktail Party Packages options and let’s get festive!

Bounty Table (Choose 3)

Heirloom Crudites Assorted Imported & Domestic Sliced Cheese Board Crostini Station… Read More

How To Throw A Successful Cocktail Party

Food. Music. Drinks. That’s really all you need to throw a party, right? Well, sort of. But there are a few secrets to follow when it comes to separating your cocktail party from the rest - especially if you want your friends to really have a blast. So, grab a quick snack, pour yourself a drink and read a few tips from the experts, below:

Don’t Overlook The Hors D’oeuvres: sure, you… Read More

6 Scary Good Halloween Cocktails

Whether you’re going all out and aiming to win the costume contest at your local Halloween party, or plan on have a low key night answering the door for trick-or-treaters the holiday gives you an excuse to sip on a delicious cocktail during the week. This year, put down the Pumpkin beer and the “Halloween-themed” wine and mix up these scary good cocktails instead. Let the creative juices flow!

Black Magic Margs

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Why Spend Thanksgiving In The Kitchen?

One of our favorite holidays is right around the corner and we couldn’t be more excited! We love fall and we love Thanksgiving and this year, we want to do the cooking for you! Why spend all day in the kitchen when you could be spending quality time on the couch with your closest relatives? Just pick from the options below and let us take care of the rest!

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Top Fall Foodie Events In CT Oct. 21st - 28th

You don’t have to travel very far to get your hands, and your taste buds, on some delectable cuisine. In fact, there are some great events taking place in our very own backyard over the next 10 days that you won’t want to miss. Grab your friends, grab your family members, grab your forks and dig into these top foodie events this week!

Greenwich Restaurant Week

October 27th - November 5th

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What Sets Executive Chef, Forrest Pasternack, Apart From The Rest?

Just a few short weeks ago, the team at DSC brought a very special piece of the puzzle on board. We welcomed in our new Executive Chef, Forrest Pasternack, who brings with him an unparalleled passion for Farm-to-Table sustainability. Get to know more about Chef, below:

His farm-to-table passion started at a young age. Born and raised in Western Connecticut, Forrest spent his days with his family at local farms picking fresh… Read More

5 Fall Events in CT You Won't Want To Miss

Temperatures will be dropping, leaves will be falling and we’ll be digging into all things apple and pumpkin before we know it. Fall is officially here, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to hunker down just yet. Get out there and enjoy all of the wonderful events our great state has to offer:

West Haven Apple Festival

September 29th - October 1st, October 6th - 8th

First Congregational Church of West Haven,… Read More

A Few Of The Oldest Wedding Traditions Explained

Why are wedding cakes tiered? What’s the point of getting down on one knee to propose? Toast? There are hundreds of wedding traditions that nobody really thinks twice about - but how did they start and is there some sort of actual meaning behind them? Find out below:

Wedding Cakes

Why are there typically multiple levels of a wedding cake? Contrary to popular belief, it’s not just a tactic used to make… Read More