The Main Street bridge in Clinton, NJ adorned with wooden soldiers. We were there in late November for their Christmas market at the Red Mill.
A whiskey-ginger and an image of a time gone by.
Red Bank’s Dublin House all done up for Christmas (taken last December).
I don’t know about you, but we’ve already had snow here in the Garden State (mid-November).
Let’s kick off December with one of my favorite pictures that I’ve ever taken. This was inside a Christmas tree at Longwood Gardens.
Another one from Sichuan Cottage. I have been there several times now, and there is little reason to try anything new. Their beef with chili in hot chili oil is not quite the harbinger of doom it appears, but rather a complex blending of flavors and textures. The spice makes your mouth tingle rather than…
Wontons in hot chili oil from the place that quickly became my favorite Chinese restaurant: Marlboro’s Sichuan Cottage.
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Ah, the last Thanksgiving post…a look inside that delectable chocolate-pecan pie pictured a few days ago.
My mom’s fried asparagus with my accompaniment of garlic aioli.
Justin’s stuffed mushrooms using homemade breadcrumbs.
My FAMOUS bacon-bourbon-brown sugar Brussels Sprouts. So good that even haters of the much-maligned vegetable will enjoy!