Lauren Vitagliano’s homestead is in the heart of the Pine Barrens, a natural treasure that is fertile and fruitful, lush with native plants and hospitable to what might not easily grow elsewhere. In this, her first Life on the Farm column, Lauren tells us about growing flax and how she uses it to up the ante on her honey.
By using history as far more than mere reference, Gilda Rogers' words and Ada Asghedom's dishes deliver a one-two punch of African culinary culture and its influences on modern soul food in a program presented by the Monmouth County Historical Association.
Grass isn’t the way to live a greener life. Alessia Eramo farms in her back yard in the city of Clifton, a commercial hub in suburbia, providing food for her family and friends. Her Life on the Farm columns will educate and inspire – starting today.
In the latest installment of TPW’s monthly column featuring Martha Rabello talking shop with a fellow practitioner of the pastry and baking arts, Martha visits with Josué Negrón, owner of one of the most revered bakeshops in the Garden State. And, she learns, this pastry artist never wants to be without his bowl scraper.
The perfect baguette – and many more very French baked goods – have made this true boulangerie in Montclair a mecca. Now its chef-owner is being inducted into our elite club of top toques, the chef-picks-chef society of highest quality in the Garden State.
Liz McCabe and Adam Sternberger, the couple who own the wise and worldly White Horse Wine & Spirits in Absecon, are ringleaders of an activist culinary community in Atlantic County. An evening of natural wines and local foods they orchestrated and dubbed NatCamp shows what they bring to the table.