Join veteran food writer, pastry chef and culinary instructor SUZANNE ZIMMER LOWERY as she dishes on shopping, cooking, personalities and everything that has to do with food in the Garden State from SOUP TO NUTS. Learn more about her at suzannelowery.com.
Wedding-cake fads come and go: "cakes" assembled from cupcakes, from cookies, from various pastries, from cake lollipops. But the old-fashioned tiered wedding cake remains first in the hearts of most brides. New Jersey is blessed with a number of gifted wedding cake creators....continue reading.
At 13, Jake Diamond of Montclair has enough cooking chops to have earned himself a spot on the August 5th episode of the Food Network’s Chopped:Teen Tournament. "Meeting the crew and the people judging me," he says, "I wasn’t nervous at all. I was really happy."...continue reading.
"Picklling," says Marilyn Schlossbach, owner of six busy Shore restaurants, "is a great way to extend your season of vegetables. Pickling removes water from the vegetables, concentrating the vitamins and making the vegetables even more healthy. The fermentation also helps digestion."...continue reading.
For the first time in its 10-year history, Restaurant Latour at the Crystal Springs Resort in Hamburg has been named to Wine Enthusiast magazine's annual list of the 100 Best Wine Restaurants in the U.S., joining vaunted New York establishments such as Per Se, Le Bernardin and Daniel....continue reading.
On many Shore beaches this summer, you're likely to look up and see a plane dragging a banner. Nothing unusual about that. But this banner reads: SHORE FOODIE...continue reading.
Without changing owners, two of North Jersey’s longest-lived restaurants--Andre's in Newton and Tim Schaefer's Cuisine in Morristown--have recently renamed themselves to signal changes that are more than skin deep....continue reading.