Eat & Drink

New Jersey's best restaurants - New Jersey Monthly - The Best of NJ...
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Ciao Bella Gelato - New Jersey Monthly - Best of NJ...
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The Frog and the Peach has been among the state’s best restaurants for 25 years. Meet the visionary couple behind this long-running hit....
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Bars and Restaurants at the Jersey Shore - New Jersey Monthly - Best of NJ...
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Cinco de Mayo Recipe - New Jersey Monthly - Best of NJ...
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Irish immigrants went from cabbage and bacon to corned beef and cabbage -New Jersey Monthly - Best of NJ...
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Beer Here

February 11, 2008

Eric Levin goes on a statewide pub crawl to find the brewpubs that offer the best food, drink, and atmosphere....
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Recipes-orange cupcakes with orange cream-cheese frosting....
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Eating in Stages

February 8, 2008

Review of the Stage House restaurant in Scotch Plains NJ - NJ Monthly - The Best of Jersey...
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Muskrat, anyone? The aquatic rodent may not be considered haute cuisine in the citadels of fine dining, but it was scheduled to be the main course when the Lower Alloways Creek Fire Company held its annual muskrat dinner last month....
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Soup’s On

February 7, 2008

Actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus, in the role of Seinfeld’s Elaine Benes, may have stolen his secret soup recipes in one of the show’s most famous episodes, but Al Yeganeh, the real Soup Man, may have the last laugh....
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What’s a restaurant about, anyway?” asks Dean Buttafuoco, owner of Black River Barn in Randolph. “It’s about eating, sure, but it’s just as much about life. A fireplace makes an event out of the dining experience.”...
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Humorist Fran Lebowitz penned that sentiment on behalf of all those who can’t bear to hear the fish specials. Whatever cut you prefer, you won’t have a beef with this cross- section of choices:...
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Spiced Apple Cider

February 6, 2008

Recipes-spiced apple cider....
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The Strip House in Livingston may be known primarily for its perfectly aged New York strip steak, but once you start eating this signature side dish from Chef Rene Lenger, it’s tough to stop....
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Stompin’ Season

February 5, 2008

Ever since Lucy hiked up her peasant skirt to stomp grapes in an Italian wine vat, home wine-making has had a reputation for fun. At Grape Beginnings Wine School (54 West Main Street, Freehold, 732-431-3313; www.grapebeginningswineschool.com), customers can “get in on the crush the old-fashioned way,” says co-owner Frank D’Aponte....
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Gourmands are relishing a new Montclair shop called Spice It Up!...
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(Stewart, Tabori & Chang, $22.50) Serves six to eight...
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As we prepare to celebrate Cinco de Mayo, the makers of Agavero, a tequila liqueur, suggest the following recipe. (Agavero, previously sold only in Mexico, is now available locally.)...
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“I am never bored watching people eat hot dogs,” says Rena Levine Levy. “They are so particular about the preparation. Then you see ecstasy in their faces when it’s just right.”...
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