Tagged with elements restaurant

Calling All Foodies

Here is a round-up of some of the special events that have filled my Inbox lately: Mrs. G’s is hosting Dennis Malloy from NJ 101.5 FM for a special cooking demo/meet & greet on January 22. 1:00-4:00pm. The event is open only to the first 100 to register (609-882-1444). Take a Valentine’s cooking class on February … Continue reading


So many things beckon to us during the holidays season, how will you choose? Rat’s has special holiday season happy hours – Now I ask you, where else can you find that Canadian speciality, poutine, around here?!  (And of course they’re doing New Year’s Eve.) A Feast of the Seven Fishes dinner is being served at … Continue reading

Foodie Fun

That Esther Psarakis, owner of Taste of Crete, is busy, busy busy!  Register for some of her classes, like “Eating Chocolate is Healthy!” on October 28 ($20) and “Making Your Own Dolmas” ($30) on November 4, and visit her lovely store in Hillsborough.  (And you never know, she may have room at her two Oct. 21 events, A Taste of … Continue reading

Down on the Farms (and in the city)

The New Jersey Museum of Agriculture is hosting a “Bluegrass Concert & Dinner” fundraising event on Saturday, July 10 from 6 -10 p.m. at the Mountain View Golf Course in Ewing. Tickets are $60 per person and the evening includes a catered buffet dinner, beer and wine open bar (cash bar for premium drinks), and … Continue reading


Once again elements restaurant impresses, this time at Monday’s Taste of the Nation. (Thank you to all who came out and participated!) What’s in that egg?  It was spaghetti carbonara; a classic Italian pasta dish with a creamy sauce with bacon & sometimes peas.  Chef Scott Anderson made this version with asparagus foam instead of peas though, … Continue reading

Kudos to Outstanding in the Field

Folks from up and down the East Coast gathered at Cherry Grove Farm in Lawrenceville last night for a feast put on by Jim Denevan’s Outstanding in the Field prepared by Scott Anderson of elements restaurant.  After passed hors d’oeuvres and a farm tour (watch out for those cow patties!), everyone sat down at a loooong table … Continue reading

Slow Summer? Not so much.

Here’s a roundup of some of the many, many, food events going on right now, or coming up soon.  Who said summer was slow?  The only slow in my summer is the enjoyment of Slow Food… First of all, there’s still time to enjoy a 3-course prix fixe dinner at the venerable Lahiere’s for a mere $32. … Continue reading

Not sharing. No way.

Check out this bag from elements restaurant in Princeton. When I could not finish my entrée there recently (delicious Griggstown chicken), manager Emilia Sparatta presented me with this take home bag that made my day (or evening).  Soft woven “fabric,” piped edges, cord handles.  You’d think I’d been to the toniest shop on Madison Avenue.  My friend … Continue reading