All about Zucchini

I love zucchini and during the summer there is an abundance this fresh vegetable. You can find them in different sizes.  I like mine in a medium size and a darker green yet firm.  I have noticed the smaller zucchini are sweeter in flavor and the super large ones do tend to taste bitter.

Zucchini can be consumed raw or cooked and there are so many ways to enjoy and I will share my recipes with you for anytime!

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Are you talking cabbage about me?

Let’s talk about cabbage.

It’s not really the hot topic of Friday night get-togethers these days but I bet you didn't know all the interesting things about it and fun and yummy ways you can use it in the kitchen. The often underappreciated cousin of Brussels sprouts, Broccoli and Cauliflower, cabbage can be either smoothed or crinkle leafed. It also comes in green, purple and white, which makes it a fun and easy way to add some colorful garnish to your finished meal.

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Bella Dots Collection 2.0 2-Slice Toaster


My new Bella Dots Collection 2.0 2-Slice Toaster has to be my new favorite addition to the kitchen. Not only does it look great with the rest of my décor, but I haven’t burnt my toast once. I’ve always struggled to find the perfect toaster.

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Cindy on Better CT May 27th Preparing 3 recipes using Pork Shoulder

I was on Better Connecticut with Scot Haney and Kara Sundlun preparing 3 recipes using Pork Shoulder.   Thank you Shop Rite,E. Hartford, CT for the ingredients to prepare these recipes and everyone at WFSB and the audience guests all loved the food!

Check out my new cast iron pan!  Just loving it...

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Cindy on Better CT sharing 3 Lobster recipes!

Cindy share 3 lobster recipes with viewers on Better Connecticut Wednesday, July 29th with hosts Scot Haney and Kara Sundlun.

A big thank you to City Fish and Shop Rite, E. Hartford for the ingredients to prepare these 3 recipes!  We also loved our Le Creuset pans and platters!  

If you want to learn more about my  be sure to check it out!  I am sure you will love my authentic Italian recipes.  They will bring back memories if your loved to cook with your grandmother like I did....   

Here is the cooking segment!

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Cindy on CT Style Thurs. April 9, 2015 preparing Chicken Nicolina

Cindy was on CT Style with host Teresa Dufour and Ryan Kristine cooking up a one-pot heathy and of course Italian dish in the kitchen!  

Cindy prepared Chicken Nicolina while taking about the InSinkErator!


I had a great time in the kitchen with Ryan!

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Cindy on Mass Appeal May 6, 2016 preparing Pork Tenderloin with Peppers and Onions

CHICOPEE, Mass. (Mass Appeal) 

I just love one-pot meals.  The best part about this recipe is you can do all of the chopping up in advance and when you are ready to cook just take out that one pan!  Use a pretty pan and bring it from stove to table..  A delicious Paleo Recipe for Everyday to Gourmet!

I love my Braising Pans for most of my one-pot recipes!

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Cindy on NBC CT Sun. June 28, 2015 preparing her Chicken Scarpiello Recipe

Cindy was on NBC CT Sunday, June 28, 2015 during the morning weekend show with Alyana Gomez preparing her one pot recipe Chicken Scarpiello with viewers.

Thank you D&D Market for the ingredients.  I love using my Lodge Cast Iron Pan and of course spices from Simply Organic and everyone just loves my Salt Pig!

If you missed the segment you can check it out here! Enjoy...   

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Cindy on NBC CT Sun. May 3, 2015 sharing recipes for Cinco De Mayo

Cindy was on NBC CT Sunday, May 3, 2015 during the morning weekend show with host Amanda sharing two recipes for Cinco De Mayo using the Ninja Blender.  Recipes included Best Blender Salsa and a Frozen Margarita that were both sent to me by Ninja Blender!

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Cindy's Paleo Italian Cookbook

I am thrilled to announce that my Paleo Italian Cookbook is now released for preorder.  Go here -----> 

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Eggplant’s Colorful Past

As favorite summer fruit, eggplant can be found globally in almost any supermarket, just waiting to be grilled, stuffed, baked, fried, and eaten in a wide selection of dishes.

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Family Dining Fun

Eating together as a family is an important time to bond as a family and discuss important matters together. Eating meals together helps a family grow closer and enjoy each other. However with work, school, after school sports and activities, sometimes it seems nearly impossible to get together as a family for meal times. Therefore, you should plan meals ahead of time so that everyone can eat together.

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Homemade Gift Ideas

            There is nothing I love more on Christmas than filling the space under the Christmas tree with awesome gifts that my entire family will love. However, this has become extremely expensive to do, especially if you are like me and you have a huge family. In recent years I simply have not had enough cash to buy presents for every single person in my family. This has forced me to get a little more creative and start making homemade presents for my family members. Here are some homemade gift ideas that are sure to impress everyone on your shopping list this year.

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Private Chef Services

A private chef allows you to enjoy meals in your home that meet your lifestyle, diet or desire.

Chef Cindy will work with you to prepare delicious meals for you, your family or even your guests!

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What is your favorite restaurant in Connecticut?

Cindy's Table is working on our Holiday Magazine and it's going to be amazing!  There are so many great restaurants in Connecticut but I can only write about 4 in this issue.  I need you to participate and vote to help me decide which ones to include.  Be sure to come over and like my page Cindy's Tableas well. Thank you, Cindy xo

Here is the survey to participate and thank you very much!

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