David’s Scottish heritage has him take the high road to Scotland, in a motorcycle side car with a dog named Harley! After a highland fling, and a chat with locals he is scooped up by his British Taxi Audrey and returns to The White Horse Country Pub & Restaurant for a well-earned rest. On the way, he stops to pick up a couple of guys who have the blues!
Spotlight on the Arts
Hope Looney knows that a cake for a special event needs to be about more than tasting great. This inspired cake artist, and her “JCakes” gourmet bakery, designs and bakes some of the most extraordinary custom cakes in the state. And not just for weddings and birthdays. Watch as she builds her newest creation to celebrate a salsa dancing champion!
Connecticut Cultural Treasures
Samuel Huntington, a signer of the Declaration of Independence and a distinguished statesman during the Revolutionary War was born right here in Scotland Connecticut in the Huntington Homestead. Visit this remarkably well-preserved site on this Connecticut Cultural Treasures segment which includes an eighteenth century house on its original foundation surrounded by acres of farmland.
Made in Connecticut
It all started squeezing limes for fresh margaritas on their dads’ boats: Childhood friends Ryan Guimond and Michel Boissy concocted their plan to create the freshest bar juice on the market. That was in 2009 now they have a full line of customized craft juices that stocks 400 bars and restaurants nationwide. Join Christina DeFranco and Made in Connecticut as she learns about Ripe Bar Juice featuring mixers for margaritas, mojitos, cosmos, and Bloody Marys. FreshBev – the name of their New Haven company – is one of only a handful of specialty juice-makers that use state of the art high-pressure processing to keep Fresh Bev’s product as close to “ripe” as possible.
David Breaks Bread in his last supper of the series and bids farewell to his trusted London taxi, Audrey at The White Horse Country Pub and Restaurant in Marbledale, New Preston. With a menu inspired by the best of cultural diversity, a delectable dining experience rounds out the season of All Things Connecticut perfectly.