Author: Karen Tina Harrison

Samdan

December 21, 2007

Sometimes the most gratifying meal, at home or out, is an array of simple appetizers set out so we can… Read the rest

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As sushi has gained in popularity, a new breed of sushi bar has sprung up, typically owned by enterprising Korean… Read the rest

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Sonny’s on the Avenue

December 20, 2007

Like many people in Essex County, Tom Malanga can map his history along Bloomfield Avenue. He grew up in Newark,… Read the rest

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Vegetarians, look away. Bourbon BBQ calls forth your inner caveperson. Taste chef Gary Needham’s meltingly tender chopped beef brisket or… Read the rest

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So Frank Sinatra walked into the Bacchanal Room at Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas, and ordered steak au poivre. He was with his daughter, Tina. She wanted a broiled pork chop, but there were no pork chops on the menu.

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Seoul Mates

December 19, 2007

The opening of the George Washington Bridge in 1931 put Fort Lee on the map. The panic over the state’s first high-rise boom in the early 1970s put the borough in the headlines. But only in the last twenty years—as the Korean community has grown to just under a third of the total population of 40,000—has Fort Lee become a dining destination.

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Attention, foodies! Add these gustatory bastions and new sensations to your to-do list. Gentlemen, and ladies, start your forks.

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Like many people in Essex County, Tom Malanga can map his history along Bloomfield Avenue. He grew up in Newark, where it begins its thirteen-mile westward trek, and lives in North Caldwell, not far from where the avenue dissolves into Route 46.

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Grilling the Greats

August 1, 2007

ANTHONY BOURDAIN Exposure to restaurants helped turn a “moody kid” into the best-selling bad boy of chefdom. AGE: 51 HOMETOWN:… Read the rest

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