Food & Drink

When mothers Renee Bychinski and Janelle Rizzardi were faced with the pressure of throwing a backyard bash for their graduating high school seniors, longtime friends Julie Walfoort, Peggy Dolan, Laurie Beebe, Mary Pat Oien, Julie Harreld, Cindy Kim, Judy Hall

Dazzling wine doesn’t have to be damaging to your bank account.

“Fishing season” opens this month, and not a minute too soon. Our winter-weary palates are desperate for a change. The carnivorous extravaganzas of the holidays are a distant memory and we crave lighter, livelier food as we ease out of the depths of winter.

Cravings Wine Bar and Grille is one of the most romantic restaurants in Woodbury, so February is the perfect time for you and your paramour to pay a visit.

It’s a seed…it’s a berry…it’s…superfood! This is not just a nutrition marketing buzzword—we all know that some foods are more healthful for you than others, and it follows that some are, in fact, super for you.

Thirty-five years ago, the Adamidis family started Dino’s Gyros, a restaurant serving fresh Mediterranean fare. “Fresh” is a large part of the Dino’s identity and one that the restaurant has chosen to highlight in a bold way.

A good bowl of soup has the power to heal, comfort and fortify; in fact, every spoonful can heat a person’s very bones. There is a veritable kaleidoscope of soupy soul cures out there, from the classic to the exotic, and at this time of year we need all of those things in a big way.

Food. Other than friends, family and general merriment, is there anything more synonymous with the holiday season than food? The short answer is no. Try to find a gathering in the coming weeks that isn’t centered around food. We bet you can’t do it.

Everybody associates cranberries with Thanksgiving. Yes indeed, cranberries are fantastic alongside a roasted turkey, but they’re not just for Thanksgiving—or any other holiday, for that matter.

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