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The Day After

The Day After

My In The Kitchen Column in today’s Princeton Packet is all about Thanksgiving leftovers. I polled area culinary professionals about their favorite post-TG dishes and had such a generous response that I ran out of space. So, as promised in the article, here is, as Paul Harvey used to say, “the rest of the story.” … Continue reading

Events galore and holiday dinner ingredients

Agricola is serving a prix fixe Thanksgiving dinner that sounds scrumptious, and will surely start a new tradition in our area. Book early ($65 adults/$35 children), as I predict a lot of families will want to enjoy downtown Princeton on this holiday. Tre Piani has a full slate of holiday events (including a la carte TG … Continue reading

Mushroom Lovers Heaven

Mushroom Lovers Heaven

Mushroom lovers, you won’t want to miss this! Brothers Moon chef/owner Will Mooney reprises his popular mushroom tasting menu on April 17 and May 15.  At $49 plus tax & gratuity, it’s a bargain! (You bring your own wine). These dinners have been a huge hit, and what makes the evening  even more interesting is that local … Continue reading

Last minute New Year’s Eve?

You’re so busy digging yourself out that you neglected to make New Year’s Eve plans?  Here are some ideas, and I’ll bet at least one of these great places can still squeeze you in: Tre Piani Brother’s Moon Rocky Hill Inn The Frog & The Peach Sophie’s Bistro Rat’s Chez Vous – buy yourself some great … Continue reading

Holidays & Gifts

Holidays are creeping up on us with their tiny cat feet, so here are some of the goings on that have arrived in my Inbox lately: I only wish I could celebrate my birthday (39 again!) at the American Museium of Natural History’s Wild Mushroom Harvest: Foraging Local Woods and Markets event on Tuesday (11/9), … Continue reading

Brothers Moon Open Tonight

“Snowing, shoveling, sledding then dining,” said the email I just received from Brothers Moon in Hopewell, reassuring all that they’re open tonight,  They even included their list of specials, below, which sound scrumptious.  Great timing Will! It was a beautiful snow. Hope digging out wasn’t too bad. We are open for dinner this evening. It’s warm … Continue reading

Bring on the Bubbly!

Here are some great ways to spend New Year’s Eve, plus a pre-New Year’s Eve dinner in Trenton that is part of Patriot’s Week – Dinner with Ben Franklin 12/29 @ 4 p.m. Settimo Cielo, 17 East Front St. Exactly what was Ben Franklin thinking during this historic time? Find out as his story is … Continue reading

Oysters & Parsley Salad

These oysters were so good!  Every now and then I just can’t resist buying one of those little tubs of sucked oysters that sit in crushed ice in front of many seafood counters.  So far, they’ve always been fine for cooking purposes, and, at around $6, a real treat. I drained these and briefly rinsed … Continue reading