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The menu has many comfort food items such as nachos, steamed mussels, chicken wings, corned beef sandwich, burger, steak frites and chicken parm....
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Enjoy an afternoon on the lawn of the farmhouse, listening to gypsy jazz and enjoying great food at Bobolink Dairy and Bakehouse. This and other food events...
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Moving to Monmouth County, the Doody family started Two River Dairy to deliver the products they missed from their days in Westchester....
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Our annual list of the absolute best restaurants to eat in New Jersey....
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Plus: A new sommelier at The Peacock Inn in Princeton....
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This BYO Greek restaurant turned out to be a hidden gem that would have made Zorba the Greek proud. ...
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Chicken, beef gyro or falafel sandwiches and platters and chicken over rice will be on the menu when the Halal Guys Gyro and Chicken opens this fall....
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While there were plenty of Thai options at Pandan, it was the Philippine dishes that had us giggling with pleasure. ...
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The three-course wine dinner will teach attendees about the native grapes of Italy....
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New happenings at this Newark restaurant....
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Go with a main course of Victorian splendor and charm and a side of terrific eats, or explore the new artisanal food scene of West Cape May....
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This August, enjoy a meal at 1895 Organic Farm in Lumberton. ...
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Plus: Lillipies in Princeton, Blu Grotto in Oceanport and other restaurant openings....
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Getting to this out-of-the-way restaurant takes you down country roads past picturesque farms and old stone homes. It is a beautiful part of the state. ...
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Through the end of August, The Peacock Inn, 20 Bayard Lane, Princeton is offering a luxury romantic package, starting at… Read the rest

Plus: News in Oceanport and Summit....
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Celebrate National Hot Dog Month with a fried super-size wiener at Callahan's in Norwood....
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We love everything Italian and this cookbook is a gem....
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A Cuisine in Ferment

By Eric Levin | July 14, 2016
Judy Joo, the studious, Jersey-raised daughter of Korean refugees, left Wall Street to bring the bracing food of Korea to TV and now a cookbook....
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Rosé’s Revival

By Tara Nurin | July 18, 2016

Back in the ’80s, white zinfandel from California became a fad—the louche leader of the easy-drinking category called blush wines.… Read the rest