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The Bridge Café in Frenchtown

Don’t you love it when you accidentally discover a fantastic place for a delicious bite to eat? This recently happened to me at The Bridge Café in Frenchtown. It was a cold day in February when my family and I stumbled into The Bridge Café for lunch. Located in Frenchtown’s original train depot, I was […]

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Tassot Apiaries in Milford: Gourmet NJ Honey

Unpasteurized, local honey is a must try! It’s honey in the raw that has not been heated or filtered. Instead, it’s simply strained to remove debris before bottling. So where do you get real, 100% authentic, local, New Jersey honey? Over the summer, I visited Hunterdon Land Trust’s Farmer’s Market and purchased honey from a […]

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moes bistro pizza

Moe’s Bistro in Lebanon

A Date-Night Destination Have you ever walked into a restaurant as a stranger and walked out as a friend? This is exactly what happened to me recently at Moe’s Bistro in Lebanon. I am in love. From the outside, Moe’s Bistro looks like just another storefront restaurant, sporting a simple black sign. Step inside and […]

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A Taste of Hunterdon: A Foodie Fundraiser

New Jersey’s Hunterdon County only has one homeless shelter for families in need: Family Promise This shelter performs an amazing and much-needed service. On Thursday November 14, they are hosting their annual fundraiser, A Taste of Hunterdon. “This event is our signature fundraiser of the year,” said Collen P. Duerr, development director. “We love to […]

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Beneduce Winery

Turnpike? Fuggedaboutit. Try a North Jersey Wine Trail

Sponsored Post New Jersey’s Skylands Region is known for its captivating landscapes, tranquility, natural beauty and lack of “exits.” Sprinkled with nearly a dozen vineyards, the area is also making its mark as a delightful destination for a diversity of wineries. So no matter in which direction you travel, you’re sure to discover something to […]

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The Ryland Inn Wine Series Dinner – Bodegas Finca Allende

A couple of weeks ago, I was invited to attend the Bodegas Finca Allende wine dinner at Ryland Inn. While I’d dined at the gorgeous property, I’d not yet attended one of the wine dinners. A cocktail hour was set in the courtyard and there, we had the opportunity to mingle with the other guests […]

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Unionville Unveils Game Changing Chardonnays

There is an idyllic winemaking operation tucked away in the hills of Hunterdon County, where a small passionate few believe they are about to change minds about wines that come from New Jersey. The air at Unionville Vineyards is thick with excitement and marked by bold, excited statements. The wines from the Pheasant Hill, Mountain […]

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The Ryland Inn Lives On

A true resurgence has taken place at The Ryland Inn, which had been closed since 2007 when a water main burst and flooded its basement. Situated on over 10 acres of land in Whitehouse Station, the former Grande Dame of the New Jersey culinary kingdom is now owned by Frank and Jeanne Cretella of Landmark […]

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Last Minute Sweets For Your Sweetie

It’s that time of year when New Jersey sweethearts focus their thoughts on romance, flowers, and (last but not least) chocolate and other candy delights. We are fortunate to have several local purveyors of homemade chocolates who can help you satiate your sweetie with Valentine’s Day treats. One such chocolatier is Pam Orris, who (with […]

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Calling all cooks!

Bring your best tomato dishes to the Stockton Farmers Market on September 12, 2010 at 1:00p.m. and compete to win great prizes, including the complete set of Canal House Cookbooks, a gift certificate to the Cookery Ware Shop, and a Market Basket including locavore items from vendors at the market (including a gift certificate from […]

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