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Nothing Short of Bliss

Nothing Short of Bliss Sheep-shearing day at Valley Shepherd Creamery By Andy Clurfeld, Photography by Daryl Stone High above the village of Oldwick, but before you climb the K-curves of Schooley’s Mountain, sits Valley Shepherd Creamery. On 120 acres of ...

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Duke’s Breaks Loose

Duke’s Breaks Loose Vonda McPherson’s recipe for a Jazz landmark By Mark Stewart Suburban foodies have known about Newark’s hidden-gem restaurants for a while now. What has caught them by surprise about Duke’s Southern Table, the city’s newest culinary hot ...

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Brick City Basque

Brick City Basque A class act thrives in the Ironbound By Andy Clurfeld Oh, Casa Vasca, never change. Don’t ever let the servers who nod and bow with an incline that doesn’t exceed 30 degrees alter their just-shy-of-formal approach. Don’t ...

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Feeding Frenzy

Feeding Frenzy For new-look arena cuisine, the puck stops here By Andy Clurfeld Photography by Daryl Stone It is 90 minutes before game time and Devils’ fans are bellying up to the bars at the Arena enveloped within the uber ...

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Something Wild

  Something Wild For suburban gourmets, weeding is fundamental By Sarah Rossbach I’m sitting in Bar Pleiades, a chic Upper East Side watering hole in the Surrey Hotel, sampling the $21-a-pop cocktails infused with plant matter gathered from the wild. ...

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Seabra’s Marisqueira is a love letter to Lisbon

Big Bites of Portugal Seabra’s Marisqueira is a love letter to Lisbon By Andy Clurfeld Photography by Daryl Stone Octopus in a simple, brisk vinaigrette is a dish with ingredients far too exposed to risk anything but freshness and deft ...

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Holiday Road – Best of the Brick

Ferry Street in the Ironbound is a shop-til-you-drop paradise… if you know where to go By Andy Clurfeld Photography by Daryl Stone Forget duty-free. Bag the idea of squandering precious vacation time loading up on holiday gifts. Save a buck ...

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Continuing Ed

Continuing Ed For New York restaurant legend Ed Schoenfeld, Newark has become home sweet home By Andy Clurfeld Photography by Daryl Stone Ed Schoenfeld, born and bred in New York and the owner of an instantly iconic Manhattan restaurant (modern ...

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Barbecue Night at WBGO

Barbecue Night at WBGO By Andy Clurfeld If you tool around the back roads of Texas, you’ll inevitably sniff the scents of meat cooking over hardwood and, thereby distracted, bump into folks waiting on line for their share of the ...

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Marisa Blackwell: Playing With Food

Marisa Blackwell: Playing With Food By Diane Alter Given a once-in-a lifetime chance, Marisa Blackwell made the most of it. In 2008, eager and enthusiastic, Blackwell took over a Portuguese barbecue restaurant in downtown Newark. Drawing on her extensive culinary ...

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