Author: Jenn Hall

Marked by wanderlust and intrigued by the twists and turns that lead people to their passions and pursuits, Jenn Hall writes about food, culture, travel and the spaces in-between. Most often, the anchor for her work is sense of place. Following that muse, she has interviewed everyone from ninth-generation baymen and women along the Jersey Shore to Deb Perelman of Smitten Kitchen and Alice Waters of Chez Panisse (both Jersey girls, originally). Her work has been featured in publications including NPR’s The Salt, Civil Eats, Culture, Time Out, Taste of Home, Paste, Edible Communities and beyond.
Just the sight of a bakery can lift one’s spirits. We did the hard work of visiting and tasting so you can make a beeline for Jersey’s finest.

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If you’re vegan, have allergies, or are gluten free, you can still have your cake and eat it, too.

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Foolproof spots around the state for flaky, fruit-filled gems.

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Haddonfield-based tea expert Alexis Siemons outlines ways to bring tea into your life at home.

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Count on these Garden State authors to inspire you to cook while practicing social distancing.

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South Jersey restaurants are doing their part to feed the students who rely on free lunch and breakfast programs in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Customer requests for sandwiches led to Cilento Sandwich Co., an offshoot of Valente’s Italian Specialties.

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Home to one of South Jersey's great restaurant scenes, Collingswood offers an array of dining options. Here are our top picks for where to eat.

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Sahar Soleymani's casual eatery in Haddon Township honors her mother’s Venezuelan roots.

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A riff on a classic seeks to create next-generation magic in Marlton.

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