Here’s One to You, Dad!

Tuesday, 13 June 2017 by

Oh, it’s that time of year. The jorts are coming out of the closet, burgers and dogs are on the menu two to three times a week, and the bad jokes are cutting through the air like a knife through a medium-rare steak. Oh yes, it’s just about time for Father’s Day. May was all

We see the words everywhere, “sustainable”, “organic” – in the grocery store, in restaurants, on TV, in the news… But do we know what they actually mean, and more importantly, why we should care?

Sure, Memorial Day is a day for celebration with friends, family, and good food. But most importantly, before all of that, it is a day for reflection.

Summer is Over! Welcome September

Friday, 02 September 2016 by

September is a Month of National Months. Well, now that summer is over, everything is returning to abnormal! The kids are back at school, but there is still seashore sand showing up in the darndest places. The beach chairs are hung in the garage with care so we’ll know next June that they’ll be there.

South Jersey Products Featured on sjhotchefs.com Menus July 24th-30th is Farm to Fork Week when sjhotchefs.com celebrates the wonderful bounty of produce farmed and harvested throughout South Jersey, as well as the abundance of fresh fish netted by fisherman at nearby shore points. Our more than 40 independently owned and operated restaurants all feature four

Tomato. Vegetable? Fruit? Doesn’t Matter.                                   Jersey Tomatoes are Delicious! Because it has seeds, a tomato is technically a fruit. But, not in New Jersey. Here there was a decade old effort to make the tomato officially a vegetable. The New Jersey Legislature tried to name it the Official State Vegetable. We already have an Official

Featuring Produce From Local Farms. Listen! Hear that sound? It’s the “Horn of Plenty” that you should be hearing. The horn of plenty refers to a Cornucopia, a symbolic, hollow horn filled with produce. That should be New Jersey’s icon because, after all, we are the “Garden State.” Summer is the time for bountiful harvest

Fathers’ Day is a Great Time to Take Dad to Dinner. Forget the tie! Men hardly wear ties anymore, so abandon the tie as a Father’s (or is it Fathers’) Day gift. What you should really do is take your Dad out to lunch or dinner on June 19. Your turn to pick up the

June is Family Party Time

Monday, 09 May 2016 by

Next month is one of the year’s most popular times for family parties. That’s mainly because there are June brides and graduations from high schools and colleges.

A Day to Say Thanks, Mom

Monday, 04 April 2016 by

Area Restaurants Prepping for Busiest Day of the Year  There are 84 million mothers in the United States. Not all of them will be taken out to dine on May 10; it only seems that way. Mother’s Day is the third most popular holiday (after Christmas and Easter), but it is the most popular holiday

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