A New Review, Authentic Mexican & Free Burgers from ‘The Rach’

My review of Satis, the modern pan-European bistro in Jersey City’s Paulus Hook neighborhood, is in the June issue of New Jersey Monthly and online here.

The June edition of Monmouth Health & Life, just out, features my story on what makes a Mexican restaurant authentic. It includes my picks for 13 restaurants around the state where you can find the real deal (or as close to it as we come), as well as my very own recipe for Shrimp Tacos with Garlic Mojo. Click here for the story, then click to enlarge for easier reading.

Note to magazine editors: How about including a scantily clad, buff male as well as female on your future summer covers?

For you Rachael Ray fans, since my blog post about it last week, there has been an exciting addition to her visit to Barnes & Noble at MarketFair in Princeton coming up this Wednesday, June 6. This is from the latest press release:

“Flip Out” for Burgers and meet bestselling author and Food Network TV personality Rachael Ray, as she signs her latest cookbook, THE BOOK OF BURGER on Wednesday, June 6 at 6:00 pm at the Barnes & Noble, 3535 US Route 1 South in the MarketFair Mall, Princeton, NJ.  The Book of Burger Food Truck will make its first stop at the Princeton, NJ store. The first 500 people to purchase a book will receive a special slider straight from THE BOOK OF BURGER.  Wristband distribution on a first-come, first served basis begins no earlier than 4pm on June 6 with line formation following, while supplies last.  The purchase and receipt for at least one copy of THE BOOK OF BURGER in either a Barnes & Noble store or at www.bn.com required to be on the signing line.”

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