Tagged with Terramomo

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

Reminder – Foodies at the Library

Groundhog day swooped right by me, but I’ve been meaning to share this photo of adorable hedgehog breads from Witherspoon Bread Company.  I took it when Terra Momo opened their Dispensa cafe in the Princeton Public Library; as with everything the Momo brothers do, it was a lovely, tasteful (ha!), opening. (THIS EVENT, AND THE ONE … Continue reading

So many events, so little time

Encore Please! – Princeton HealthCare System’s October 21 Introduction to Korean Cuisine demonstration and tasting is fully subscribed, and at $10 per person, no surprise there!  BUT, if enough people ask, they’ll schedule an encore presentation. (Call 609.897.8980 to get on the waitlist for that.)  This event, and many others hosted by PHCS, is dedicated … Continue reading

Sustenance for Readers

Good books and good food join hands on Thursday, June 4 when Dispensa, the new Terra Momo run Café, opens in the Princeton Public Library. The Grand Opening Celebration runs from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM.  The event will feature fresh local produce, baking and dough demonstrations, and a book drive to benefit the library’s used book sale … Continue reading

Olive Oil Tasting

Last weekend I attended a tasting of organic olive oils at the Whole Earth Center in Princeton.  It was run by Carlo Momo, of the Terra Momo Restaurant Group (Mediterra, etc.). First Carlo discussed olive oil in general (a product, he reminded us, that is not made locally, due to climate).  He discussed what to … Continue reading

Israeli Cuisine at Mediterra

Mediterra restaurant in downtown Princeton has finally, to the relief of many, reopened.  They closed down in January for some necessary work in connection with the Hulfish North construction project going on behind them.  But, hey, the owners thought, it’s time to update the premises anyway, so the work went on for, I think, nearly … Continue reading