Margaritas all day, every day.
SEA ISLE CITY – The city’s Division of Tourism is hosting the 28th Annual Fall Family Festival Sept. 16 – 17.
The ShopRite of Upper Deerfield Township has hired a registered dietitian who offers free services and advice to supermarket customers.
Atlantic City – Tropicana will hold its second annual Beer and Whiskey Festival in October in the Grand Exhibition Center, the casino announced Monday.
The annual Cape May Art Show was held Sunday on the promenade along Beach Avenue.
There’s magic in a meatball.
Wednesday is National Pretzel Day, and there's no better way to celebrate than with a free one.
By now, you’ve probably heard of Starbucks’ newest drink craze: the Unicorn Frappuccino.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Sandra Cox would be called a traitor if she got her coffee from any Wawa other than the small store at the Tilton Times Plaza.
MAYS LANDING — The early bird gets the free burrito.
SOMERS POINT — Unlike Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, this city won’t always have Paris.
I’m a brassica believer. Give me cauliflower, cabbage, kale, Brussels sprouts or broccoli, and I’m happy. But I also realize that everyone doesn’t feel the same way. They’ve had stinky, mushy cabbage, or tough kale, or drab and overcooked broccoli, and they can’t imagine it can be any other way.
My late mother baked only at Passover. She mostly used kosher-for-Passover box mixes, and I remember the brownies fondly. I waited all year for the wonderful aroma of cakes rising in the oven.
This recipe treats tender chicken thighs to two of my all-time favorite flavor sensations: a mouthwatering Asian-style marinade that hits every single taste bud, and the alluring char that happens when food gets near fire.
One of the great things about serving a roast for Sunday supper is that it tends to cook itself. Slip it into the oven, and you’re free to do just about anything else — including focusing on the vegetables and other so-called “sides.”
Nutritionist Miriam Erick has been helping women with severe morning sickness or hyperemesis gravidarum (HG), figure out what kinds of foods to eat for decades.
Jiyeon Lee, a South Korean expat, doesn’t serve Korean barbecue at her Heirloom Market BBQ in Atlanta. She and her husband, Texas-born Cody Taylor, serve American barbecue with Korean touches. Example: pungent gochujang-marinated pork, smoked over oak and hickory wood and served as a sandwic…
This is a good, old-fashioned showstopper of an entree, the kind of dish where you should not pretend to be bashful — “What, this old thing? I just threw it together from stuff in the fridge” — but rather take your accolades with modesty and grace.
For every cook who knows from real chicken soup, there are probably six others who think it’s fine to simmer naked chicken breasts in canned broth and call it a day. Convenience has its place in the kitchen; that’s what modernity demands. But in the matter of homemade vs. expedient, the latt…
YOUNTVILLE, Calif. — On a sunny morning in Napa Valley, America’s most celebrated chef is reflecting on his career, the culinary empire it spawned and why he just spent $10 million to upgrade his famed restaurant, the French Laundry.
ATLANTIC CITY — Angeline, a new eatery by celebrity chef and ABC’s “The Chew” host Michael Symon, will open May 6 at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, according to a Monday press release from the resort.
Canned beans are fantastic convenience food. For a little over a buck, you can stock your pantry with a shelf-stable protein source that works in main dishes or in side dishes.
Editor's note: This story was originally posted on March 14, 2015 in honor of Pi Day. We've republished the story, in hopes that you can find comfort in our recipes on this stormy day.
A few months ago, I came across my mother’s cannoli recipe, which was typed out on two now-yellowed pages and stapled together. The xeroxed copy dates to the late 1970s, when Mom used to teach cooking classes in her New Jersey kitchen. She had given it to me eons ago, along with copies of he…
St. Patrick’s Day traditions in the United States run deep. We eat corned beef and cabbage, we drink green beer and we shame our co-workers into wearing green sweaters to the office. If you’re looking for a change of pace this year —except for the sweaters, which are mandatory — maybe a menu…
Judging by all the protein bars, shakes and powders out there, you get the impression you need more protein. There are claims it curbs appetite, helps with weight loss and builds muscle. But what’s the real story?