Recipes

December 13, 2018

If you love to cook, there’s a fair chance you’ve got a recipe somewhere in your home by Gwynn Galvin, whose cooking blog “Swirls of Flavor” has been picking up steam. “I have been told that I am ‘well-seasoned,’ having worked in the culinary field for more than 20 years now,” the grandmother of ...

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Where we found it: Eataly NYC Downtown Last year, our au pair from Sardinia, a little island of Italy, brought home grated cured mullet roe from her trip to the city with friends. “This is from my hometown!” Giulia told us, taking out a little jar of Bottarga Di Muggine. The next day, she ...

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The holidays mean party season, and the best fetes include great guests — those who show up on time, provide help unasked and, of course, bring a thoughtful gift for their hosts. Treats from scratch are a wonderful way to show appreciation, and maybe even show off a hidden talent. That being ...

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Kara Newman, author of the new book “Nightcap: More than 40 Cocktails to Close Out Any Evening,” explains the history of the nightcap and offers some spiffy spots in New Jersey to get one, plus one to try at home. Q. What inspired your book? A. Honestly, I just felt it was an unsung category, ...

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Jenni Preziotti-Gamble, one of the founders of the Watsessing Park Conservancy in Essex County, shared her recipe for a Bourbon Yam Soufflé with TAPinto Bloomfield a couple of years ago, and TAPinto.net editors can’t stop talking about it. This recipe tied for “Best Side” in the People of ...

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Apple cider adds a bit of warm spice to this easy Thanksgiving side dish. Did you know? A lot of the cranberries we get are grown right here in the Garden State. If you’re interested in learning all about how the native fruits are harvested, check out the tours at Quoexin Cranberry Company in ...

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