Tagged with Eno Terra

Eno Terra Hits the Spot

I haven’t been out to dinner much lately, but a friend and I decided to celebrate the school year’s end (and surviving our stormy winter and spring!) with dinner at Eno Terra.  What a nice dinner we had! On the left you see my appetizer of fried artichokes, which was composed of artichoke hearts, olives, basil, and … Continue reading

Osso Buco at Eno Terra

Hats off to Executive Chef Chris Albrecht (and the rest of the staff!) for the recent dinner at Eno Terra featuring the foods of Lombardia. (The next in the series is the Veneto, on April 21.) By the time this succulent osso buco with risotto Milanese arrived at the table, I only had room for a … Continue reading

Lombardia via Eno Terra

I haven’t been to Eno Terra in a while, so I’m really looking forward to their Thursday night dinner featuring the foods of Lombardia (part of their regional Italian series), where my grandmother was from. But Granny may not have eaten quite this well back in Villa Marioli, where life for her family was hardscrabble poor.  The … Continue reading

From Argentina to Italy to Greece

So many events and so little time.  On Tuesday, Feb. 23, 6:00pm, Eno Terra in Kingston hosts a taste of Argentina and Bodega Norton wines. Chef Christopher Albrecht will serve light fare to accompany the wines.  $25.00 per person (excludes tax and gratuity). Call Eno Terra for reservations (609) 497-1777. The very next evening (2/24), their … Continue reading

Guest Appearance

My sister-in-law’s cousin, Joe Zawistowski, has become a regular at our Christmas Eve dinners.  Joe is an architect, and he travels and eats out a lot with his (many) friends, so I always enjoy talking to him.  He lives north of Princeton, and gets to a lot of places that I don’t, so as we dined on delicious baked cod … Continue reading

Shout-out to Eno Terra!

Congratulations to Eno Terra, which got an Excellent review in the New York Times today – it’s great to see the vision of the Momo brothers, the skills of Chef Christopher Albrecht, and the hard work of all their staff recognized!

Down on the (Fernbrook) Farm

Here’s a farm dinner for a good cause that is so reasonably priced, you may want to take the whole family.  And kids really are welcome, as there will be special activities for them during the event.  On August 8 (4-8pm), TerraMomo Restaurant Group puts on the fourth annual Farm to Table dinner at Fernbrook Farms to benefit the Farm’s … Continue reading

Wine Mania (and some beer, too)

I am getting more and more emails each week about wine dinners and tasting events in the Princeton area.  These events are all the rage, and many of them seem to sell out quickly, even in this economy.  I think it’s the “value added” aspect of them.  Not only are you enjoying several courses of well-prepared … Continue reading

Farm Dinner at Griggstown Quail Farm

There’s still time to make your reservation for the July 19 dinner at Griggstown Quail Farm.  Chef David Felton (formerly of The Pluckemin Inn) will use the farm’s poultry and produce, and other local products, to create an elegant multi-course meal under a tent, complete with organic and biodynamic wine pairings from the Wine Library.  Chef … Continue reading