The Lunch Break Chronicles

with Chris Preovolos

Martha Stewart coming to Norwalk

Martha Stewart is taking a break from making headlines about her reported feud with Gwyneth Paltrow to come visit Fairfield County. On Saturday, October 25, the domestic queen and former Westport resident will be signing copies of her new book at Stew Leonard’s in Norwalk. One Pot: 120+ Easy Meals from Your Skillet, Slow Cooker, […] [Read More]

Downtown Milford Farmers Market returns Saturday

Milford – The Downtown Milford Farmers Market will return Saturday May 31, as it joins a number of farmers markets opening for the summer season. Now in it’s eighth year the market will be open at 58 River St. on Saturday’s from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. through October 11. The market will include over […] [Read More]

Whole Foods isn’t that expensive after all

With six stores in Fairfield County alone, Whole Foods is a popular grocery store around here – but, as most things in Fairfield County do, it has a reputation for being pricey. Fortunately for Connecticut, Whole Foods actually has some bargains compared to a popular specialty grocery store in the western and central parts of […] [Read More]

Stew Leonard and son embroiled in lawsuit

Above: Stew Leonard’s on Federal Road in Danbury. A story brewing today doesn’t have much to do with food, but it relates to one of Connecticut’s largest food magnates. Stew Leonard Sr., founder of the animatronic-filled Connecticut grocery chain, and his son, Thomas Leonard, are being sued by the wife of a former Westport home […] [Read More]

Butchering the old fashioned way

Prefer your lamb local instead of flown in from New Zealand? Looking for some fresher-than-fresh sirlion? Ryan and Katherine Fibiger of Saugatuck Craft Butchery have got your back. The recently opened Westport establishment likes to do things the old fashioned way, meaning they start with the whole animal and work from there. Just be careful. […] [Read More]

Finding love at Fairway

Talk about taking catering to the next level. Fairway went all-out to accommodate one Stamford bachelor, who worked with the store to coordinate a sneak-attack proposal on his lovely lady. [Read More]