Restaurant News

CHOCOLATE LOVERS, TAKE NOTE

On April 6, the Annual Art of Chocolate event will be held at the Skylands at Randolph, 792 Route 10, Randolph, to benefit the Domestic Abuse & Sexual Assault Crisis Center. I will be a judge! 1 to 4 PM; $35. For more information call 908-453-4121 or log on to www.besafewc.org.

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NEW BRUNCH OPTION
Stone House at Stirling Ridge, 50 Stirling Avenue, Warren, is now serving Sunday brunch with live jazz from 11 AM to 3 PM. Menu items include: French toast with caramelized bananas; berries and Grand Marnier; omelets; seafood Cobb salad; roast chicken salad; and sirloin Benedict with grilled asparagus. For reservations call 908-754-0082.
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BLUE JEAN BALL

On April 12, enjoy a tasting-style dinner of comfort food along with an open bar at the Blue Jean Ball that will be held at the Community FoodBank of New Jersey, 31 Evans Terminal, Hillside. 7 PM; $200. For tickets call 908-355-3663 ext 245.
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BREAD- AND CHEESE-MAKING CLASSES
It’s not too early to sign up for the bread- and cheese-making classes that will be held from May through October at Bobolink Dairy & Bakeyard, 42 Meadowburn Road, Vernon. Classes begin at 8 AM in the milking barn, where you’ll be introduced to the cows. You’ll then visit the creamery, where the entire cheese-making process will be explained. You’ll also visit the bakery to learn about wood-fired breads, and each student will have an opportunity to do some hands-on baking. A hearty lunch from the oven and cheese cave, along with seasonal treats, is included, as is a pasture walk to visit the cows (weather permitting). The class is $50 per person, including lunch. For more information log on to www.cowsoutside.com.

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