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Happy 45th Birthday to Whole Earth Center

Happy 45th Birthday to Whole Earth Center

Visit the Whole Earth Center on April 18 for their Earth Day-Birthday 45 Celebration, 11:00am to 4:00pm Earth Day 2015 marks the 45th anniversary of the founding of the Whole Earth Center. They’ll have a day of great music, tasty local foods, and terrific sales and prizes. Come spend an hour—or hang out for the … Continue reading

Slow Food/WWCFM Indoor Market this Saturday

Slow Food/WWCFM Indoor Market this Saturday

There’s another cozy Indoor Market this Saturday, details are below, and please note the addition of a fifth market on March 1, at Tre Piani Restaurant on Rockingham Row at Forrestal Village. (The others are all at the Johnson Education Center.) January 10, 10:00am-2:00pm D&R Greenway Land Trust’s Johnson Education Center (drgeenway.org) One Preservation Place, Off … Continue reading

Epicurean Palette is September 14

Epicurean Palette is September 14

Tickets are on sale now for the 14th annual Epicurean Palette – on September 14 – at Grounds for Sculpture. As the website promises: Deliciously woven throughout the beautifully landscaped sculpture park, this crowd pleasing event is renowned for featuring more than 20 of the finest area chefs and the extraordinary culinary offerings they prepare … Continue reading

July’s Best Bites (and into August…)

I’m late doing my July wrap-up, so have included a few photos from early August, too, although they are in no particular order. From hot dogs with First Field Jersey Relish to Foie Gras enjoyed at the bar at the Peacock Inn (sooo relaxing there), it was a great month. I especially enjoyed getting to … Continue reading

Bhelpuri – the pause that refreshes

Bhelpuri – the pause that refreshes

I’ve been meaning to make bhelpuri for ages, and finally got to it the other day. This is a form of Indian chaat, or street food snack. My first experience of bhelpuri was years ago at an outdoor ethnic fair in the parking lot of the West Windsor Plainsboro High School in Princeton Junction. I lived … Continue reading