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Read about The Bernard's Inn Garden on "Artful Diner" from NJ.com Link to \"Artful Diner\" NJ.com "The Bernards Inn’s garden is part of a growing trend of cooking with locally grown produce. The chefs at the Bernards Inn first planted their garden about a year ago, realizing a long-time professional dream of Chef Heyer’s. He had always sought out local produce; but, motivated by the opportunity to grow the restaurant’s own vegetables and herbs, the garden takes this to a new level. In addition to great taste and freshness, local gardens offer a number of benefits to the environment: less pol...
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Thank you to Jack Robertiello for his recent posting about The Bernards Inn... Link to \"Drinks Ink\" Blog Drinks Ink: Selling wine to go By Jack Robertiello “We offer these wines with the intent to build relationships with our customers, so that they can get something unique and different,” Baldwin says. “We don’t want to sell a wine they can get at a retail store, but we are looking to sell people wines they can’t find that might be small production but not necessarily expensive.” - Terri Baldwin
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I want to tell you about one of the finest culinary evenings I have ever had in my life.  My wife and I dined at Per Se this past Saturday night for our anniversary and we are still glowing over our amazing experience.  From the moment we walked into this world renowned restaurant, we were treated like royalty.  We were seated in the upper tier of tables and looked out at a spectacular view of Columbus Circle and a corner of Central Park.  On our table was a hand written card from Thomas Keller wishing us a Happy Anniversary.  I was already blown away! The Chef had pu...
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Cookies have always been a part of my life, always a reward or a treat as a child there was nothing like a cookie. Usually it was a toss up of the oreo, always a challenge to figure out what new way to eat it, or mom’s fresh baked chocolate chips. Really it didn’t matter they both are great and over the years I don’t think I have met anyone that hasn’t enjoyed some type of cookie. Beside its tastiness it provokes memories and good times. But a few years ago while hanging out with a bunch of fellow chefs  I truly learned how valuable a cookie can be. While in an airport one day with a gro...
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As you may know, Pinot Noir has gained the reputation that it so justifiably deserves, and has been one of the new crazes in the wine world the past couple of years. I really don't know why it took so long for this varietal to catch on. One of the most difficult grapes to grow, very finicky, bruises easily, thin skinned, prefers to live in a very special temperature climate. (Now don't we all have a favorite climate that makes us feel more lively) Therefore, great Pinot's may be hard to track down depending on flavor preferences and styles. Personally, Pinot has always been at the top in my bo...
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