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  • Ama Executive Chef Offering New Daily Specials
    Grille 221 River Street Hoboken 201 653 0195 MARIO VALADEZ and JOHANGEL ROSARIO Mario Valadez a graduate of the Institute of Culinary Education is the executive chef owner of Abril Cocina a modern Mexican fusion restaurant at 175 Maplewood Avenue Maplewood 973 327 2023 BYO Johangel Rosario a graduate of Institute of Culinary Education is the chef de cuisine NJ RESIDENTS RELEASE DRACAENA WINES In 2013 after many years of dreaming of owning a winery New Jersey natives and residents of North Haledon Lori and Michael Budd started Dracaena Winery in Paso Robles CA Their first harvest which has spent two years in French Oak a Cabernet Franc 85 Cabernet Franc 15 Petite Sirah was released on October 1 Recommended Reading 2016 Jersey Choice Restaurant Poll The winery is named after their Weimaraner Draco and a genus name of the plant known as the Dracaena Draco tree Draco their dog is seen on the label standing guard in front of this tree For more information or to purchase their wines visit their website Please send press releases and restaurant news including information on staff changes wine tastings and cooking classes to rosie njmonthly com Get dining articles like this delivered straight to your inbox Read more Eat Drink Table Hopping with Rosie articles By submitting comments you grant permission for all or part of those comments to appear in the print edition of New Jersey Monthly Dining Podcast If you love dining out have a passion for great food or want to hear about the latest food trends our new podcast Eating With Eric should be on your plate Listen to episodes Subscribe in iTunes 7 Songs to Comfort Christie on His Failed Presidential Bid Podcast Why We re Called The Garden State Table Hopping Jersey Shore Restaurant Week Melange

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  • In a New Location, Andre's Still Shines
    Chinese food especially on Christmas Day when it is a tradition to go to a Chinese restaurant Or was it just his way of having more fun in the kitchen and or stimulating our taste buds and conversation Another mischievously named dish which we did not try on this visit was sparrows broth bacon dashi and foie gras Of course we asked what is sparrow broth and were told that sparrow is a German word for spaetzle Mystery solved Pistou and ratatouille combined with a rich and perfectly grilled king salmon was sublime An ample portion of medium rare duck was tender and topped with mixed greens one of the best presentations we have had in a long time Equally satisfying was a sautéed lamb loin with broccoli and rice a top notch dish Recommended Reading NJ Father and Son s Wines Win Big Desserts left us sighing and planning our next visit here An exceptional dessert a deconstructed lemon meringue pie consisting of lemon meringue with warm graham cracker triangles and ginger meringue was brilliant and a I do not want to share this dessert A chocolate caramel tart with sea salt bourbon and black cherry was also devoured Andre s offers a tasting menu asked you to put yourself in his hands After a short conversation about allergies and dislikes Andre will create a six or seven course menu which is priced according to the daily offerings with some selections from the menu and some at Andre s whim We would not hesitate to go with his whim Additionally diners can opt for 4 to 5 starters add a dessert and design their own tasting menu Or opt for a five course dinner where you can select a soup appetizer salad main course and a dessert and add 38 to the main course price and enjoy With dessert a hot Vietnamese coffee was ordered which was another visual experience The coffee is in a filter on the top of a glass that has sweetened condensed milk on the bottom Hot water is poured over the low acid grounds think of it as a drip brew You are told to stir the milk from the bottom up There was a hint of chocolate in the smooth tasting coffee and quite a realization about how special this type of coffee is The building where Andre s is now located was vacant for many years It was previously Zoe s By The Lake and has been transformed into a charming restaurant The dining room has tables spaced far apart allowing for conversation and the décor is uncluttered and comfortable There is a patio overlooking the lake as well as a balcony that seats 30 A small private dining room and super private dining room are also on the second level Chef Andre de Waal a CIA graduate has captured our hearts and our stomachs Do try this restaurant which recites specials with the prices Jeff Galan is chef de cuisine and

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  • Table Hopping with Rosie Archives - Page 7 of 168 - New Jersey Monthly
    and Nicole McLaughlin owners of Heartbreaking Dawns Hot Sauce will bring together 40 of the state s artisanal taco proprietors Read More The Kosher Baker Cooks Up 160 Dairy Free Treats August 28 2015 A new cookbook by Paula Shoyer spotlights an assortment of kosher recipes from traditional to trendy Read More Andre s Has Reopened In Sparta August 27 2015 This fine dining establishment has reopened in a space that was originally Zoe s by the Lake Read More La Isla Opens Second Restaurant in Hoboken August 26 2015 No need to wait for a trip to Havana authentic Cuban cuisine is available in Hudson County Read More NJ Tableside Dinner Boasts Array of Notable Chefs August 25 2015 Sixteen chefs take part in benefit dinner for the Community FoodBank Read More Anthony Bucco Appears at Beard House August 24 2015 The Restaurant Latour chef will host a dinner on Monday September 21 Read More Pay What You Want Goes Wild August 21 2015 Chef Zod Arifai of Blu and Next Door to stay open a few months in response to huge demand for novel policy Read More Wowed by Wood Stack Pizza Kitchen This new Pine Brook establishment possesses a warm atmosphere great food and a liquor license Read More Whole Foods In Clark Opens New Eatery August 20 2015 New market restaurant serves casual American eats and inventive cocktails Read More Huong Vietnamese Restaurant Worth the Trip August 19 2015 Shoddy service aside the cuisine is excellent Read More Taste of the Sea Dinner at Restaurant Nicholas August 18 2015 One of NJM s Top 25 Restaurants will host a seafood dinner on Thursday August 20 Read More Farm to Fork Dinner Featuring NJ Chefs August 17 2015 Event to benefit the non profit The Foodshed Alliance Read More When We Were Kings Dinner at Crystal Springs August 14 2015 Craft beer brewer Angry Erik will serve a chef s dinner at the Hamburg resort Read More Elements in Princeton Has Reopened August 13 2015 The restaurant is now in a new space above sister property Mistral Read More Fun at Farm Cooking School in Stockton August 12 2015 Learn to make delicious farm to table treats at this quaint establishment Read More Page 7 of 84 First 5 6 7 8 9 20 30 40 Last Dining Podcast If you love dining out have a passion for great food or want to hear about the latest food trends our new podcast Eating With Eric should be on your plate Listen to episodes Subscribe in iTunes 7 Songs to Comfort Christie on His Failed Presidential Bid Podcast Why We re Called The Garden State Table Hopping Jersey Shore Restaurant Week Melange in Somerville A Dress For Every Occasion NJ Father and Son s Wines Win Big 7 Dining Trends to Watch in 2016 February 2016 Best New Restaurants Table of Contents Subscribe Give a Gift Locate a Newsstand Purchase back issues View older issues Paper Mill Playhouse

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  • Eric Levin, Author at New Jersey Monthly - Page 3 of 19
    13 2015 Nutritionist Shari Bilt Boockvar rides to the rescue with tips for healthy lunches that kids will love Seen in Eat Drink Soup to Nuts Meal Kit Delivery Goes Kosher for High Holidays September 8 2015 Kitchn Synch of Bergenfield has you covered for the holidays and every day Seen in Eat Drink Soup to Nuts Uncategorized Learn to Love Washington Wines That Is August 30 2015 Sommelier Susanne Lerescu of Restaurant Latour introduces you to the amazing variety and quality of these West Coast wines Seen in Eat Drink Soup to Nuts Healthy Snacks for Back to School August 23 2015 Biochemist Angela Liu created Crispy Green freeze dried fruit for kids and grown ups on the go Seen in Eat Drink Soup to Nuts Love Food But Don t Cook Get This Book August 16 2015 Ashton Keefe offers her Girl s Guide to put you at ease Seen in Eat Drink Soup to Nuts Chefs Compete to Create Best Crab Cake August 10 2015 Crab Cake Cook Off at Monmouth Park This Weekend Seen in Eat Drink Soup to Nuts Into the Woods August 2 2015 Dining Wild brings foraged mushrooms and other wild edibles to NJ farmers markets Seen in Eat Drink Soup to Nuts What Exit Wines Raise For Good Causes July 26 2015 Ringoes winery teams up with Newark art project Seen in Eat Drink Soup to Nuts Page 3 of 19 1 2 3 4 5 10 Last 7 Songs to Comfort Christie on His Failed Presidential Bid Podcast Why We re Called The Garden State Table Hopping Jersey Shore Restaurant Week Melange in Somerville A Dress For Every Occasion NJ Father and Son s Wines Win Big 7 Dining Trends to Watch in 2016 February 2016 Best New Restaurants Table of

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  • New Jersey Monthly, Author at New Jersey Monthly - Page 4 of 19
    in Downtown Newark July 6 2015 Burg from chef Chris Siversen will bring casual fare to renovated Military Park Seen in Eat Drink Soup to Nuts Gourmet Cotton Candy Not an Oxymoron June 29 2015 A father made it for his kids Now it s a growing business Seen in Soup to Nuts Next Food Network Star a Jersey Girl June 22 2015 Palisades Park native Rosa Graziano is aiming to impress De Laurentiis and Flay Seen in Eat Drink Soup to Nuts Six Tips For Better Burgers at Your Cookout June 14 2015 Carlstadt burger makers Schweid and Sons share a century of meat know how Seen in Soup to Nuts Bringing Barcelona to Jersey City June 9 2015 Raval add tapas and Spanish atmosphere to the burgeoning downtown scene Seen in Eat Drink Soup to Nuts A Sexy Chef Shares Healthy Eating Ideas May 31 2015 Sam Talbot s new videos offer tasty recipes for diabetics like himself Seen in Soup to Nuts 7 7 Better Farm Fresh Eating May 25 2015 On its 7th birthday fresh produce company Zone 7 is making Jersey tastier Seen in Soup to Nuts Cookbook is Agricola Chef s Parting Gift May 17 2015 Chef Josh Thomsen brings farm to table to the home Seen in Eat Drink Soup to Nuts Page 4 of 19 First 2 3 4 5 6 10 Last 7 Songs to Comfort Christie on His Failed Presidential Bid Podcast Why We re Called The Garden State Table Hopping Jersey Shore Restaurant Week Melange in Somerville A Dress For Every Occasion NJ Father and Son s Wines Win Big 7 Dining Trends to Watch in 2016 February 2016 Best New Restaurants Table of Contents Subscribe Give a Gift Locate a Newsstand Purchase back issues View older issues Paper

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  • Eric Levin, Author at New Jersey Monthly - Page 5 of 19
    Sauce a long way Seen in Eat Drink Soup to Nuts 106 years of Law Abiding Coffee April 11 2015 When Walter Law a Wall Street tea broker got interested in coffee in about 1902 he roasted some Brazilian Read the rest Seen in Eat Drink Soup to Nuts A Honeymoon Brings Mexico to Asbury Park April 5 2015 You won t find owners Shanti Church and Steve Mignogna at Talula s their hip Asbury Park restaurant and bar this week Read the rest Seen in Eat Drink Soup to Nuts Great Passover Dishes and Serious Kosher Wines March 31 2015 For 27 years Jay Buchsbaum of the Royal Wine Corporation in Bayonne has been watching kosher wines grow in quality Read the rest Seen in Eat Drink Soup to Nuts Wine Seller to Release Her Own Wine Challenges You to Design the Label March 23 2015 Montclair Art Museum and Amanti Vino seek designs for a label to grace a wine the shop is creating for its 10th anniversary Seen in Eat Drink Soup to Nuts Golden State Meets Garden State March 13 2015 Manresa Kinch s restaurant was recently rebuilt and reopened after burning to the ground so the festival will honor him not Read the rest Seen in Eat Drink Soup to Nuts Look Out For Flying Meatballs March 9 2015 For chef Natale Grande of venerable upscale Il Capriccio in Whippany selling meatballs made from an old family recipe was a no brainer In 2007 he started making 50 pounds a week At his mother Clara s gourmet shop in Mendham the meatballs were flying off the shelves Thus was a name born Seen in Soup to Nuts Page 5 of 19 First 3 4 5 6 7 10 Last 7 Songs to Comfort Christie on

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  • Pastry Chef Goes From Sweet to Heat - New Jersey Monthly
    home D Almeida showed him his salsa garden full of tomatoes peppers and cilantro They decided that in the fall they would make hot sauce from the peppers left over from the salsa making Thus Sauchelli went as his friend puts it from the sweet to the heat The hot sauce came out pretty good Of course everybody thinks their stuff is great says D Almeida They gave bottles away as Christmas gifts but told the recipients that if they wanted more next year they d have to pay for it They all came back with money he says With that encouragement they filled 120 8 ounce bottles with their hot sauce brought them to a local farmers market and sold out in three hours Recommended Reading Great Beer Expo Returns to Secaucus Last year Jersey Barnfire teamed up with Obis One a Pennsville grower of rare organic black garlic to bottle a new specialty sauce It was like lightning in a bottle says D Almeida It was really really good because we re not just about heat we re about flavor Hot sauce shouldn t mask or cover up bad food it s supposed to make good food taste even better Black garlic when aged and fermented has the consistency of dried fruit lending both sweet and savory elements to whatever it is used in In conjunction with the expo Jersey Barnfire has launched two new hot sauces Ginger and Carolina Reaper Salt The sauces can be purchased at jerseybarnfire com for 9 99 to 11 99 They are carried at a number of local markets including The Meat House Summit Fossil Farms Boonton Mini Mac Farm Long Valley Market House Westwood Denville Meat Shop Denville Better World Market Somerset Liberty Landing Marina Jersey City Sussex County Food Co Op Newton Obis One Pennsville Incrediballs Food Truck Jersey City Hayek s Market Newton Jersey Artisan Distilling Fairfield Sussex Meat Packing Sussex Green Village Packing Co Green Village I m growing over 20 varieties of hot chiles says D Almeida from milder habaneros to Ghost Scorpion Carolina Reapers and some exotic super hots like the Brain Strain which resembles a blood red brain Jersey Barnfire is working on summer sauces such as Strawberry Scorpion and Roasted Peach Habanero showcasing Jersey fruits at their peak Future products may include infused sea salts and snacks Our intention D Almeida says is just keep making spicy stuff There are no photos with those IDs or post 104378 does not have any attached images Get dining articles like this delivered straight to your inbox Read more Eat Drink Soup to Nuts articles By submitting comments you grant permission for all or part of those comments to appear in the print edition of New Jersey Monthly Dining Podcast If you love dining out have a passion for great food or want to hear about the latest food trends our new podcast Eating With Eric should be on your plate Listen to episodes Subscribe in iTunes

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  • Fun Day: Ride Bikes, Sip Wines! - New Jersey Monthly
    Ringoes They hope to make their next offering a tasting tour of Cape May People are shocked to learn that there are nearly 40 vineyards in New Jersey says DeMartino There s so much to explore The tours are available every Saturday and Sunday from April through October and include the use of a 7 speed hybrid cruiser with a comfy memory foam seat and a basket big enough to hold a couple of bottles of wine A helmet is included as well A support vehicle follows the group of up to 20 riders with two guides It carries supplies to fix a flat or make other minor repairs and a couple replacement bikes if needed It has room to carry larger wine purchases Recommended Reading Episode 2 Chef Leia Gaccione from canned beans to South Pine s Swear Jar At any point along the way particularly after some wine tasting people can ride in the support vehicle if they just find that they need a breather says DeMartino That raises an important point About imbibing Pour Pedal advises against it As they say on their website We do not recommend drinking wine during our tour We always suggest our clients to See Swirl Sniff Sip Spit and Savor If you do happen to drink too much wine please let one of our guides know We always have a support vehicle close by however you will not be able to partake in any of the remaining tour and will be at your own expense Each tour lasts about five hours includes snacks water and a picnic lunch at one of the vineyards The cost is 125 per person At Laurita you feel like you are in the Napa Valley DeMartino says They have a menu we provide our guests when they arrive Everything from vegetarian dishes to a panini can be ordered Pour Pedal also offers packages for bachelorette parties corporate and team building events birthday celebrations and just about any occasion that calls for fresh air food and wine It s something fun and active to do while learning more about the state and wine DeMartino says Pour Pedal also offers two Eastern Long Island bike tours of the North Fork and of the Hamptons pourandpedal com There are no photos with those IDs or post 103814 does not have any attached images Get dining articles like this delivered straight to your inbox Read more Eat Drink Soup to Nuts articles By submitting comments you grant permission for all or part of those comments to appear in the print edition of New Jersey Monthly Dining Podcast If you love dining out have a passion for great food or want to hear about the latest food trends our new podcast Eating With Eric should be on your plate Listen to episodes Subscribe in iTunes 7 Songs to Comfort Christie on His Failed Presidential Bid Podcast Why We re Called The Garden State Table Hopping Jersey Shore Restaurant Week Melange in

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