Category Archives: Bakers

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HAPPY HALLOWEEN: A FEW GHOULISH BITES

Who are the people in your neighborhood? It’s an old Sesame Street song but fitting, particularly on Halloween. Our neighbors host an annual party that brings out some ghoulish culinary moments.

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FINLAND IN THE HOUSE

kelsey2Souvenirs: Some world travelers keep diaries listing places they’ve been and sights seen. Maybe the photos and words jar memories of happy times but sometimes an aroma or a taste of a meal shared with loved ones can also trigger those memories.

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CULINARY WONDERLAND: ROMANOWSKI’S LEGACY CONTINUES

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What better tribute is there than a continuation of your life’s work? At the third annual “Recipe for Success” gala — Culinary education foundation to benefit culinary arts students from the Jersey Shore — more than thirty local restaurants, many run by chefs who worked with Joe Romanowski, brought interesting and tasty dishes for guests to sample. Students from The Culinary Education Center prepared gourmet treats too. Here’s a glimpse of the tastes of the evening….

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RECIPE FOR SUCCESS: IT’S COMING AROUND AGAIN

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Monday, March 14th, the Navesink Country Club in Middletown, NJ will once again host a benefit for culinary arts students from the Jersey Shore. Tickets for Recipe for Success can be found by clicking here  1381188_569443956436575_1501627188_n.

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STUCK IN JERSEY? BON APPETIT

My palate is stuck in Paris…while my body is still happily enjoying what we call local summer at the Jersey Shore. This is the moment when most of the tourists and summer denizens have gone back to where-ever-they-live and the traffic returns to something we consider normal. After living here for a quarter of a century I can attest to the fact that this is truly a time to rejoice. But why are my taste buds wishing to hang out at a true Parisian café?

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