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Books for Cooks: August 2016

By MaryAnn Miano There are many interesting dishes that can be made with fruit when you think outside the box. In Catherine Henning’s Cook Book Collection at the Colts Neck Library, there is just such a book filled with unusual and classic fruit recipes. Fruits in Cooking, by Robert Ackart, provides the cooking enthusiast with tempting recipes for every appetite. The world of fruit can be mysterious, but really, fruits are simply the fleshy seed containers of certain trees, shrubs, and ...

Monmouth Medical Center Presents August Community Health Education Programs

It Can Wait Monday, August 8 from 11 a.m. to  2 p.m. One look at a post, selfie, text or scroll through email while driving is all it takes for serious consequences to occur. Monmouth Medical Center, an RWJBarnabas Health facility, in collaboration with Safe Kids NJ - Monmouth/Ocean Chapter and Pier Village, is partnering with AT&T on their “It Can Wait” texting and driving campaign to warn against distracted driving through demonstrations with a car simulator. The simulator is a ...

All-Star Lineup To Rock The Farm

On August 27 from 1:00 to 10:00 p.m. at Brookdale Community College in Lincroft, CFC Loud N Clear Foundation will host its third annual Rock the Farm Music and Food Truck Festival. “This year, we are holding the event at Brookdale because we have outgrown our family farm, the event’s original venue,” informs Lynn Regan, executive director and co-founder of CFC alongside her son, Daniel. “The event lineup has grown exponentially and so has the crowd!” At Rock the Farm, people come ...

Let’s Dish: Let’s Talk About Vegan

By MaryAnn Miano  Healthful eating is all the rage, and that is a good thing.  Turning simple, nutritious ingredients into knockout meals is part of the fun of food preparation. Just think: you can make magical things happen right in your own kitchen by treating your taste buds with foods that can help you trim down, lower your cholesterol, bring your blood sugar and blood pressure under control, and give you your energy back. All this can happen with a vegan diet. What is the definit...

Straight from the Table: The Poached Pear

By Lori Draz This month, our eager diners traveled to Point Pleasant Beach, a town that is in no way short on restaurants. Point Pleasant Beach has one of the longest and most diverse restaurant rows, not just along Arnold Avenue, but on the side streets and right down to the boardwalk. Fish off the boats, Italian, high-end, casual, from well-known names like Jack Baker’s and Joe Leone’s to Surf Taco – it’s not hard to find any of it at Point Pleasant Beach. And there, in a humble ...

RED BANK FLAVOUR ANNOUNCES DECEMBER 5 CULINARY EVENT Twenty Plus Restaurants join “Holiday Flavour” at the Molly Pitcher Inn

RED BANK FLAVOUR ANNOUNCES DECEMBER 5 CULINARY EVENT Twenty Plus Restaurants join “Holiday Flavour” at the Molly Pitcher Inn Red Bank Flavour, a culinary campaign driven by the borough’s top chefs, restaurateurs and proprietors, will tempt foodies to flirt with their senses this holiday season at the second-annual Holiday Flavour event. Slated for December 5, 2013 at The Molly Pitcher Inn, Holiday Flavour will feature more than twenty of the town’s most-popular restaurants and ...

NAVESINK NEWS BRIEFS By Laura Kolnoski

NAVESINK NEWS BRIEFS By Laura Kolnoski Shrewsbury’s Autumn Harvest Party This year’s Autumn Harvest Party, sponsored by the Shrewsbury Historical Society, is scheduled for Sunday, October 27 at the Evelyn Bonanno home, also known as “Narrowgate Farm.” Recalled by locals as “The Horse Farm on Sycamore Avenue,” this lovely period home at 440 Sycamore Avenue was built by Francis Gilhuly in 1858. “It remains expertly maintained by the Bonanno family,” said Mayor Donald Burden, ...

FUNDRAISER TO BENEFIT RESEARCH FOR A RARE DIGESTIVE DISORDER SET FOR OCTOBER 12 AT COLTS NECK HIGH SCHOOL

FUNDRAISER TO BENEFIT RESEARCH FOR A RARE DIGESTIVE DISORDER SET FOR OCTOBER 12 AT COLTS NECK HIGH SCHOOL   Mark the morning of Saturday, October 12 on your calendar for a 5-K run/walk at the Colts Neck High School track to benefit a little known -- but a very debilitating -- gastrointestinal disorder called eosinophilic gastritis. Twin sisters and seniors at Colts Neck High School, Caroline and Emily Harris, are co-chairs of the run/walk, which will benefit research funding for this ...

Church Vendor Fair on October 19 in Atlantic Highlands

Church Vendor Fair on October 19 in Atlantic Highlands        ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS -- The Board of Deacons of the First Presbyterian Church will be holding its first Fall Festival Vendor Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, October 19 at the church, located at Third and East Highland Avenues in Atlantic Highlands. On sale will be gift baskets, baked goods and other food, jewelry, cosmetics, housewares, artwork, photographs, handbags, gourmet food mixes, and kitchen gadgets....