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NJRA Annual Awards Gala Sparkles With Success

Snowflakes, lighted ice sculptures, frosty blue and white decorations and dozens of warm, sparkling candles were the backdrop for this year’s elegant New Jersey Restaurant Association’s 2014 Annual Awards Gala held at The Merion in Cinnaminson on December 1st.

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The World’s Most Powerful Chef Sets Sights on NYC

When Sam Kass leaves Washington after six years as a high-energy and, at times, divisive White House chef, his successor probably won’t inherit three titles, two offices and an extraordinary bond with the first family.

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Growing Consumer Demand for Ethnic Foods Drives Kontos 2014 Success

Consumers are embracing quality ethnic items that appeal to their desire for authentic and healthful foods.

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Former Chairman and CEO of Time Warner Dick Parsons and Restaurateur and Executive Chef Alexander Smalls to be Honored

Former Chairman and CEO of Time Warner Dick Parsons and Restaurateur and Executive Chef Alexander Smalls will be honored on Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015 at Chelsea Piers’ Pier Sixty at the Annual Benefit for Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP), which is celebrating its 25th anniversary of transforming lives through the culinary arts.

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SUBASE Sailors Attend Luncheon With Chef Robert Irvine

Twenty Sailors from Naval Submarine Base New London (SUBASE) joined Former British Royal Navy Culinary Specialist and Food Network celebrity chef Robert Irvine and his wife, professional wrestler Gail Kim, at a special luncheon honoring service members hosted by the Paragon Restaurant at Foxwoods Resort, Dec. 10.

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Five Resolutions Every Restaurateur Should Keep In 2015

It’s January and the hustle from the holiday season is slowly coming to an end. By Danielle Koonce, NYS Restaurant Association

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BCA Holds Annual NY Gala To Benefit Best And Brightest Young Culinary Stars

BCA's Global’s Cultural Awareness Salute and Black Tie Gala was held recently at the Crowne Plaza in Midtown NYC. Now in its 21st year, this event honors the achievements of people of color in the hospitality and culinary industry.

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N.J. Liquor-License Reform Brewing For New Year

The New Year may ring in with long-awaited liquor-license reform, with yet another effort at an overhaul brewing.

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Warm Fuzzies Over Long Island Cold-Storage Expansion

A newly expanded and renovated industrial space has allowed a Cutchogue farm to produce a lot more produce.

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Danny Bowien Reopens Mission Chinese Food

Danny Bowien can’t recall the name of the hotel in San Francisco. All he remembers is being holed up in a dark room, lying in bed, staring at the ceiling.

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