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Fifty years after launching the sandwich chain in Hoboken, Tony Conza happily manages his lettuce (and we don’t mean the edible kind)....
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By creating custom chopped-beef blends, Pat LaFrieda turned the lowly burger into a status symbol and himself into the first celebrity butcher...
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The Applebee’s of China” brings hot pot—Inner Mongolia’s signature style of communal cooking—to Edison, and the place is packed....
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My Schnack Attack

By Eric Levin | July 28, 2014
In reviving Schnackenberg’s, a vintage Hoboken luncheonette, new owners set out to make doughnuts that wow. They succeeded....
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The votes have been tallied and the results are in! Here are the best places to grab a bite in New Jersey, as chosen by you, the readers....
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Our annual list of the best restaurants New Jersey has to offer. You'll find some rising stars, and plenty of old favorites....
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Chefs are taking their creativity to the bar, crafting fanciful new bitters to perk up cocktails with just a few drops...
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East Coast Beer Co. finally finds a home in Belmar....
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A sampler of beer styles fit for summer quaffing....
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New Jersey's craft brewers produce an array of lighter beers to slake your summer thirst....
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Granted New Jersey’s first license to make mead (honey wine), Sergio Moutela modernizes what might be the world’s oldest fermented beverage....
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This Wildwood hot dog hut gives the classic weiner a gourmet twist....
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The residents of Camden, one of the country's nine worst food deserts, learn to grow their own fresh produce with help from the Camden City Garden Club....
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A talk with former New York Times restaurant critic, now op-ed columnist, Frank Bruni, on teaching food writing at Princeton this semester....
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In this exclusive excerpt from "Eat Ink," learn how Scott Anderson, chef/co-owner of Elements and Mistral in Princeton, makes his tomato soup with ciabatta toast and grilled cheese....
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In this exclusive excerpt from "Eat Ink," learn how Marc Forgione, co-owner/chef of Restaurant Marc Forgione in New York City, makes his veal tenderlion, boudin noir, fingerling potatoes, grilled green garlic, pearl onions and porcini mushrooms with a mustard reduction....
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In this exclusive excerpt from "Eat Ink," learn how Francisco Palmieri, owner/executive chef of The Orange Squirrel in Bloomfield, makes his lobster cobb salad. ...
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In this exclusive excerpt from "Eat Ink," learn how Anthony Bucco, executive chef of the Ryland Inn in Whitehouse Station, makes his potato gnocchi with Surry Farms ham and micro arugula....
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New Jersey is home to plenty of strange yet satisfying edible weeds. Check out our illustrated guide and happy hunting!...
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A failed gardener finds joy and profit in wild (but delightfully edible) plants running amok in her Flemington yard....
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