My Interview with Chef Anthony Bucco & Owner Jeanne Cretella of the Ryland Inn
In the just-out Fall 2013 issue of Edible Jersey I ask these key players: Can this legendary restaurant really be reborn and, if so, what’s their strategy and how’s it going. Here’s the link to the digital edition. The story starts on page 66.
Times’ Reviewers Dish on the Art of Restaurant Reviewing
In case this somehow got by you, here’s a terrific video featuring Pete Wells, Ruth Reichl, et al on subjects close to my heart, such as assigning stars, going incognito, overused adjectives, what they won’t eat, etc. Someday, when I’m done reviewing NJ restaurants, I promise to spill my own beans on all of the above subjects – and more.
The Following has Nothing to do with Food or Dining but…
… at one time I worked for the American School of Classical Studies at Athens and have always been fascinated by archeology. If you have, too, this Saturday (9/14) you – and a child, if you so choose – can participate in a dig at Morven, the 18th century former NJ Governor’s mansion in Princeton. Click here for details. It’s free and open to the public. Oddly, the Morven website doesn’t give enrollment info. To reserve a spot, phone (609) 924-8144 x106 or email Michelle Sheridan at email@example.com.
Legendary White Dog Cafe Restaurateur @ Stockton Farm Market
Interesting slate of events for September at the Stockton Farmers Market, beginning this Sunday (9/15) with legendary restaurateur Judy Wicks:
|Sunday, September 15 Judy Wicks will be signing her recently published memoir Good Morning, Beautiful Business at the market on Sunday September 15th for a discussion of her book which is about her life as a girl coming of age in the sixties, living a year in an Eskimo village, co-founding the Free People’s store, her accidental entry into the restaurant business, the creation of the White Dog Cafe in Philly and her eventual role as a pioneer in the localization movement. She’ll talk about how entrepreneurs, as well as consumers, can follow both mind and heart to build a more compassionate economy that will bring us greater security, and happiness. Join her Sunday, September 15th from 10am-1pm.|