Category Archives: Bread

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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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OPENING NIGHT: LITTLE SILVER’S GRAZE IS A HIT

Graze Restaurant: The newest culinary offering from Chef Laercio Chamon had its debut last night and by all indications, this place is hot.

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NOLA: FLAVOR CHRONICLES ON THE ROAD

nolabetterSoup of the day with corn muffin and bloody mary.

NOLA, an Emeril Lagasse restaurant located in the French Quarter of New Orleans is the first stop for Sunday brunch of a four day work/play adventure.

Just a few blocks from our hotel on Bourbon Street, the decor is a mix of crumbling brick walls and modern chandeliers. An ancient glass-enclosed elevator is both fun and inventive artistry and it’s also the only way to the second floor.

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BREAD AND BUTTER: IT’S ALL GOOD

We bellied up to a high top at the recently opened B2 Bistro & Bar on Shrewsbury Avenue in Red Bank. This building once held an old fashioned Italian restaurant so beloved by locals that they still talk about it today. It was at Sal’s that we shushed our babies while trying to enjoy pasta puttanesca and veal parm. Two or three other restaurants took over the spot and failed. This one, B2 is gonna stick.

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RAISING CULINARY MINDED KIDS

Breakfast in bed, might be your kids idea of a Mother’s Day treat. Scrambled eggshell omelet, burned toast and cereal with orange juice added for flavor, were some memorable dishes from the past.

Does this ring a bell with anyone? Kid’s learn from what they experience in their homes, and an important point here, they learn to love food from those who teach them to do so.

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