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Jam Sessions

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/20/2015
Switching from making documentaries to making conserves in France, two expat Brits have Tea Together ready for its Jersey close-up....
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Deep in the Heart of Jersey

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/20/2015
Boyd Lafferty grew up in Cape May, then spent 28 years in the semiconductor business in Austin, Texas. While there he earned a PhD. in international business, but when he returned home in 2004 he was thinking strictly local....
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This is a simple-to-make, very refreshing summer appetizer,” says Zod Arifai, chef/owner of Blu in Montclair....
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Kinkis: The Wings Beneath My Belt

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/20/2015
Izakaya Restaurant in Atlantic City, Dining, Borgata, Chicken Wings, Nightlife, - Atlantic City, NJ...
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Jersey’s Bumper Acropolis

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/20/2015
A boom in ambitious new restaurants takes Greek cuisine beyond moussaka and gyro....
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Recipe: Goat Cheese Stuffed Zucchini

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/20/2015

Zucchini is used a lot in Greek cooking—stuffed, baked, in casseroles. In this dish, Kyrtatas, author of My Big Fat… Read the rest

Recipe: Fennel, Feta and Kalamata Olive Salad

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/20/2015

In this spin on a classic Greek salad from Kyrtatas—author of My Big Fat Greek Feast (Small Potatoes Press, 2004),… Read the rest

Recipe: Summer Berry Smoothie

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/20/2015
Toss back this concoction and you may feel like running a marathon—or running to the bathroom....
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Recipe: Grilled Tuna Steaks Baja

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/20/2015
You’ll work up an appetite taking whacks at the traditional Cinco de Mayo* piñata. Fire up the grill and enjoy this delicious and healthy main course....
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Recipe: Baked Prawns and Three Cheeses

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/20/2015

In this Greek take on a Parmesan-style dish, writes Kyrtatas—author of My Big Fat Greek Feast (Small Potatoes Press, 2004),… Read the rest

Bloomsday

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/20/2015
Until now, it took the finale of an HBO series to put a Bloomfield eatery in the spotlight....
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Raul’s Empanadas Town

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/20/2015
Raul Silva grew up in Colombia on his grandmother’s traditional cornmeal-crusted beef and chicken empanadas. When he emigrated to New York City at age 20, he started as a dishwasher in a Bolivian restaurant in Queens and eventually ascended to line cook at two of the jewels in New York’s restaurant crown—Jean-Georges and Daniel....
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26th Annual Readers’ Choice Restuarant Poll

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/20/2015
New Jersey Monthly's 26th Annual Readers' Choice Restaurant Poll. ...
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More About Rosie

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/20/2015

Rosie Saferstein is a food writer for njmonthly.com, the website for New Jersey Monthly magazine. Her column "Table Hopping With… Read the rest

22 New Restuarants to Try

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/20/2015
What’s new in New Jersey dining? Here are short takes on restaurants that have opened in just the last six months but have not yet been reviewed by New Jersey Monthly....
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A Brunching We Will Go

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/20/2015
Here is a selection of leading brunch places in New Jersey. All are à la carte unless otherwise noted. Entrée prices generally range from $6 to $16, with exceptions noted....
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Something New Under The Bun

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/20/2015
Bobby Flay brings his passion for great burgers, shakes, and sweet-potato fries to Eatontown. Make that Eatin'town. ...
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The Best For Less

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/20/2015
Top restaurants want you. They really want you. With these deals you can eat royally and still tighten your belt....
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The New Brunch

By New Jersey Monthly | 02/20/2015
Garden State chefs are finding ways to inject new style, variety, and value into an old standby. ...
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Princeton’s Little Chef Comes Up Big

By New Jersey Monthly | 09/18/2014
Both the language Edwige Fils-Aime grew up with in Haiti and the art of patisserie he learned in New York are second nature now to "The Little Chef." ...
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