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Garden State Native Polignano Takes Kitchen Reigns At Legendary Ryland Inn

Craig Polignano is Jersey and proud of it. The new executive chef of the expanding Ryland Inn has lived in a half-dozen area towns, from Millburn to High Bridge, graduated from Ridge High School and started his career path at area pizzerias.

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Jessica Browne

Jessica Browne didn’t know when she joined a C-CAP classroom at Long Island City High School in 2006 that her life was about to change; the freshman just knew she didn’t want a desk job. Through rigorous training under mentor and culinary arts teacher Terry Matsis, Jessica entered the C-CAP New York Cooking Competition for Scholarships and was awarded a $10,000 C-CAP Education Scholarship.

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Is White The New White?

White is the staple now for a multiple of reasons: A white plate is a blank canvas for the chef’s creations. White does not conflict with color in most foods.

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LTFA – A Successful Company Started With Just A Grain Of Rice

“In 1950, my father, Shri Raghunath Arora, created LT Foods with little more than a grain of rice and the idea of providing a high-quality product to his customers without sacrificing a fair price of goods to farmers,” says his son, Vijay Kumar Arora, Chairman and Managing Director of LT Foods Ltd. India, the parent company.

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Contemporary & Custom Made Furniture Leader “Modern Line Furniture” Opens NJ Facility & Brings Back US Jobs

Contemporary and custom made furniture leader Modern Line Furniture has opened a brand new production facility in New Jersey, which features state-of-the-art equipment and is bringing quality manufacturing jobs back to the US.

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Casa Di Lisio’s Legendary Sauces Solve Full Range Of Challenges For Today’s Food Service Operator

The Casa Di Lisio story would make a wonderful movie script.

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Former Wall Street Whiz Brings New Signature Dessert Concept To Metro NYC Eateries

Some people like ice cream with their tea. But Mario Leite had a better idea. Why not have tea in your ice cream? The president and founder of Tea•rrific! Ice Cream says he came up with it because he's been an ice cream fanatic and tea drinker all his life.

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New Phoenix Dehydrator Technology By Champion® Industries Accelerates Food Waste Disposal

Industries, manufacturer of a full line of premier commercial warewashing systems, is proud to showcase its newest innovation, the Phoenix Dehydrator, for commercial food waste.

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“Garden State on Your Plate” Program Gets Kids Excited About Local Food

Swiss chard took over Princeton. During the last two weeks of last month, the ruffly green vegetable with a ruby-red spine appeared in storefronts, window displays, planters, and on menus all over town.

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Amish Country Grandma’s Recipe Provides Key Ingredient For Signature Burger Offerings

When customers order a hamburger, most of the time they're focusing on the beef and what goes on it.  Cheese.  Lettuce and tomato.  Maybe a splash of mayo?

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