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The Alchemist & Barrister Celebrates St. Patrick’s Day with an event to benefit The Colin Pascik Road to Recovery Fund.   Compete in the Longbeard Contest (or look on with a pint and a burger), a Princeton tradition for three decades, and help to raise funds to help a valiant Marine. It’s all happening at the … Continue reading

Celebrity Chefs Reunite at Eno Terra

Celebrity Chefs Reunite at Eno Terra on March 6 at an elegant event (3-7pm) to benefit the Parkinson Alliance featuring the talents of Claudia Fleming, Jonathan Benno, and Christopher Albrecht. Here is the scrumptious menu: Stuzzicchini •Arancini•Schiacciata•Seasonal Soup Watercress Salad assorted baby beets, shaved raw beets, radish, blood orange vinager, ricotta salada Grilled Octopus fried … Continue reading

Pi[e] Day Rules! (or measures…)

Got Pie?  As part of the 2011 Princeton Pi Day festivities, there is a pie-judging contest.  That takes place at the Nassau Inn on March 13, and your’s truly will be judging along with several other local culinary “luminaries”!  Home bakers should submit their family favorite pie recipe by March 1 to lillipies@yahoo.com.  Selected pies will be … Continue reading

Valentine’s Day and More

There are lots of special events, before, during, and after Valentine’s Day; here is some of what has arrived in my Inbox lately. On February 10, 11:00am-5:00pm, the Princeton Farmers Market with both farmers and crafters participating will be in the community room of the Princeton Public Library. Info at 609-356-0558. Taste of Crete, in Hillsborough, … Continue reading

Thanksgiving!

We’re down to the wire for ordering Thanksgiving dishes.  A lot of the better restaurants and caterers are offering all sorts of delicious sides and desserts to go with your turkey.  Don’t stress, just augment your own dishes with some that are purchased, but made with quality ingredients. For instance: Wooden Spoon Catering at The Cooperative … 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

Alice Waters and more

There are, as always, myriad food events on the horizon, so here goes: A series of ethnic food demonstrations are planned at various branches of the Asian Food Markets: Filipino food will be featured at the N. Plainfield store on Oct. 9 and 10, and on the same dates, in the Piscataway store, shoppers can sample … Continue reading

Events Galore!

I get so many emails about events, far too many to post about, but every now and then I like to do a “roundup” of what is sitting in my inbox. Two big events are coming up at Mercer County Park. These cultural events bookend the month, with Indian at the beginning and Italian at … Continue reading

Dinner Theatre

What a great idea! No, not a meal served while a theatre production unfolds in front of you (eew), but a more civilized dinner-then-theatre match between two really good local restaurants and award-winning McCarter Theater, for a series of five plays during the 2010-2011 season. First you have a 5:30pm pre-theatre dinner at Mediterra or Eno Terra (it … Continue reading