Try this Pumpkin Bread Pudding Recipe From Caprial Pence Instead of Pumpkin Pie this Holiday Season

November 21, 2017

BLOOMFIELD, NJ - Back in the 1990's I discovered Caprial Pence on PBS. She has owned a few restaurants, was honored by the James Beard Foundation and has authored several cookbooks including American Bistro Fare.

One of my favorite American Bistro Fare recipes and one that I have made several times (so much so that I no longer need the recipe) is Pumpkin Bread Pudding.

Community Foodbank of New Jersey Wants to Talk Turkey

HILLSIDE, NJ – Close to 300,000 New Jersey children faces hunger every day. Many of their families don’t have the means to enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving dinner – turkey, stuffing and all. To ensure food-insecure people across the state have what they need to share a holiday meal, the Community FoodBank of New Jersey has been purchasing thousands of turkeys and will gather ...

Kenilworth Resident & Restaurant Owner to Compete in Guy Fieri's New Reality Show

KENILWORTH, NJ – Daryani Santana, a Kenilworth resident and restaurant owner, will bring a taste of Jersey to the Food Network on “Guy’s Big Project.”

Santana, who owns Cha Cha Cuban with her father, is one of 10 contestants to appear on Guy Fieri’s newest reality show, which offers contestants the opportunity to present their ideas for food travel shows. The ...

Watch an Indian Cooking Demonstration at Westfield Memorial Library

Westfield, NJ.--On Tuesday, Nov. 14, at 6:30 p.m., the Westfield Memorial Library will present a program on Indian cooking and culture. The library is located at 550 East Broad Street.

The program will be presented by Charu Jhalani. She will demonstrate how to prepare paneer chilla, a healthy pancake made of green split lentils, garlic, and chilies, then stuffed with crumbled Indian ...

Annual Taste of Elizabeth Draws Hundreds of Foodies to Dine on a Variety of Dishes

ELIZABETH, NJ--The Rotary Club of Elizabeth, celebrating its 100 year of service to the greater Elizabeth community, held its annual Taste of Elizabeth XI on Monday evening at the Renaissance Hotel.

Over 30 restaurants, bakeries, food manufacturers and beverage vendors filled the exhibit space along with over 300 foodies from all over the Union County area.

Doug Harris, chairman of this ...

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