Stop by THE STAND for Juice and Quinoa Cauliflower Stuffing

B.O.C. breakfast of champions

Contributed by Katy Morris

Their mantra says it all: “Fresh. Organic. Always Animal Product Free.” Actually, it almost says it all… The Stand Juicing Company could also use “locally sourced”, “delicious, nutritious vegan fare”, “all natural juices”, “welcoming atmosphere”, and “energetic, endearing staff” to their slogan to really paint a full picture of what they are all about. AND they serve plenty of tempting food along with their juices. Continue reading

Celebrate this July 4th

Sweet and Simple in Fairfield, CT

Sweet and Simple in Fairfield, CT

Eat well.

Support local.

Hug your family and friends.

Recognize your freedom.

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Sweet and Simple bakes traditional American treats including layer cakes and specialty cookies. Owner, Michelle Jaffee prides herself on using the highest quality ingredients and connecting personally with her enthusiastic and loyal customers.

Specialty cookies may be ordered in advance and picked up through July 3 or over July 6/7 weekend.  Sweet and Simple will be closed on July 4 and July 5 ’cause bakers need to celebrate, too.

 

Sweet and Simple

75 Hillside Rd.

Fairfield, CT

203-292-8992

click here for more info and hours.

 

Visit the Stand for Juice and More

The Stand Juice Company opened a second location in Fairfield , CT five weeks ago and they are rockin’ already.  Carissa Dellicicchi and Mike Hrizdo, the dynamic husband and wife duo behind the Stand in Norwalk (opened in 2006), complement each other perfectly.

Carissa is the cook and creative force and Mike is the organizer and funny man. They first met in Miami at a raw foods market and bonded over their love for organic veg eats and their passion for exploring the connection between better eating and healing the body.

In their Fairfield location,  they have created a sunny and inviting space from an industrial outbuilding that was once part of a rubber factory complex.  The brick walls, generous windows, painted ducts and cement floor speak to the history of this group of buildings which now form a campus of athletic and recreational facilities called the Sports Plex. Continue reading