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Recipe Of the Month – Pan-Fried Camembert Sandwich 

Recipe Of the Month – Pan-Fried Camembert Sandwich 

Bet you thought this month’s special recipe would be that gorgeous rib roast of beef I made right before Christmas. But instead I’m going with this Pan-Fried Camembert Sandwich from the BBC, such a simple little thing, but with a big payoff in luxurious flavor. (Click here for the recipe.) I always have some type of cranberry sauce around (though you … Continue reading

Welcome to LiLLiPiES

Welcome to LiLLiPiES

LiLLiPiES (photos below) has just opened in the Princeton Shopping Center and life is all the sweeter for it. Owner Jen Carson has been building her customer base for years, through special orders, farmers markets, and sales to area eateries (listed on her website), and you can learn all about her background in Pat Tanner’s excellent … Continue reading

July in the Farmers Markets

July in the Farmers Markets

We’re into serious summer season now, and berries and all sorts of other goodies are appearing in the markets. Here’s what’s up at three of our local venues, and remember to bring recyclable bags. The Forrestal Village Farmers Market takes place each Friday, 11:00am-2:00pm, through September 25, except for July 3 when they’re closed. July … Continue reading

Grilled Cheese Month

Grilled Cheese Month

I can’t let April pass without celebrating Grilled Cheese Month. Grilled cheese is probably my favorite sandwich. It is, at least, the only one I regularly make. I like mine with tomato, and sometimes add bacon if I have any that’s already cooked, although for one of the sandwiches pictured below I did cook up some … Continue reading

The Peasant Grill is a real crowd pleaser

The Peasant Grill is a real crowd pleaser

If you are up on the local (or even national) news at all, you’ll know why I decided it was time to pay my first visit to The Peasant Grill in Hopewell. Call it a little show of foodie solidarity. I’d never been before, although I’d always heard good things, so now was the time to rectify that … Continue reading