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Rosie Saferstein is a food writer for njmonthly.com, the website for New Jersey Monthly magazine. Her column "Table Hopping With Rosie" features New Jersey restaurant news, food event listings, information about New Jersey chefs, and a list of New Jersey restaurants that have recently opened or closed. The page is updated Monday through Friday. More about Rosie

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Food for Thought

January 23, 2015 05:00 AM ET | Melody Kettle | Permanent Link

Growing Seed to Plate: Happy Harvest Hydroponics Farm, Denville.

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Openings and Closings

January 22, 2015 05:00 AM ET | Melody Kettle | Permanent Link

Finca, the sister restaurant of Cravings is now open and serving “The Estate of Small Plates." Read about this and other openings and closings around the state.

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Restaurant News

January 21, 2015 05:00 AM ET | Melody Kettle | Permanent Link

Rosie will be on vacation until mid-February—guest blogger Melody Kettle will post in her place.

The steep driveway that led up to the Mohawk House was lined with cars: luxury 4x4 vehicles, environmentally friendly compacts, and even a classic Corvette. The valets were hustling to keep up. This must be the most popular restaurant in Sussex County—or, perhaps, one of the few. Either way, the joint was jumpin’.

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Food Events

January 20, 2015 05:00 AM ET | Melody Kettle | Permanent Link

Rosie will be on vacation until mid-February—guest blogger Melody Kettle will post in her place.

Check out the events around New Jersey, like the inaugural dinner at Jockey Hollow!

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Chefs in the News

January 19, 2015 05:00 AM ET | Melody Kettle | Permanent Link

Rosie will be on vacation until mid-February—guest blogger Melody Kettle will post in her place.

Rapid Fire with . . . Kevin Sippel of Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen.

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Food for Thought

January 16, 2015 05:00 AM ET | Rosie Saferstein | Permanent Link

“Is that mint or parsley?” I said as I smelled the salad when it was placed on the table. This was just one example of the aromas, as well as clean, fresh tastes that we experienced in our dishes at the recently opened Mishmish in Montclair. Do not get confused and say mish-mash. It is Mishmish, which means apricot in Hebrew and Arabic.

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