Author: Jill P. Capuzzo

Produce: Patience Pays

March 12, 2013

Learning you can't rush Mother Nature.

Seen in: Eat & Drink, Jersey Living, Jersey Shore, Outdoors

The little things make all the difference.

Seen in: Eat & Drink, Jersey Living, Outdoors

Three kinds of farms show what it takes to make it as small, selective, quality-focused operations that are environmentally—and economically—sustainable.

Seen in: Jersey Living

55 Main

January 29, 2013

Jonas Gold, chef/owner of 55 Main in Flemington, recently called in his mom, Ruth, to give the place a warmer look. In the kitchen, Jonas employs his creativity to keep his largely local clientele from getting bored. As Jill P. Capuzzo writes in her review, the menu features dishes with Thai, Japanese, Italian, Mexican, French and southern American influences.

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Created by a Montclair couple, bottled, all-natural Joe Tea sells well from Chile to China. It’s a big hit in Vermont. Now it’s finally catching on here.

Seen in: Eat & Drink

More kids each year are being diagnosed with food allergies—yet treatment and prevention remain elusive.

Seen in: Health, Science, Top Doctors

Steak 38

June 21, 2012

At Steak 38 in Cherry Hill, writes Jill P. Capuzzo in her review, you almost expect to find a Godfather-era mob boss or other power broker holding court from a corner banquette. Not only is the vibe retro, so is the food—and that, Jill reports, is mostly a good thing.

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April 10, 2012

Zeppoli—hot Italian doughnuts—are just part (the last, best part) of the sublime experience of feasting at Zeppoli.

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Sea Power

April 9, 2012

For quality and quantity, the ocean is one of the Garden State’s richest gardens.

Seen in: Eat & Drink

Ready For Prime Time?

February 13, 2012

New Jersey has all the ingredients for a booming wine industry—and a new law to help clear the way. Find out what the buzz is all about.

Seen in: Jersey Living

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