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It’s been a whirlwind trip back to Jerz and, as usual, I ate entirely too much pizza (in the sense that I should have saved room for dumplings and other things I cannot find in Rome). Between slices, I did loads of work on Really Roman and a few other projects, but still found plenty of time to celebrate my home state by eating copious amounts of the season’s last corn and tomatoes.
Speaking of Jersey Fresh produce, I will be speaking on Saturday September 27 at 10:00am at the West Windsor Community Farmers’ Market about food writing with Kit Bornheimer, Pat Tanner and Rachel Weston. Be sure to stick around for the market’s great stalls and vendors. The WW Community Farmers’ Market runs from 9am-1pm Saturdays and is located on Vaughn Drive in a parking lot on the southbound side of the Princeton Junction Train Station.
Update: The event has been cancelled for extenuating circumstances and is postponed until further notice. (more…)
Rome has its share of dimly conceived and poorly executed dining events that only seem interesting in a relative sense. Leave it to chefs Domenico Cortese and Sofie Wochner to change the game. Their brand new pop-up, The Eatery, is
On February 17 from 7-9:30PM, join me at Alla Spina in Philadelphia for a casual tasting dedicated to the world of Italian craft beer. I will be co-hosting the event with the Temple University Craft Beer Enthusiasts. I have chosen the menu to reflect the styles and brewers which best represent quality production in Italy. We’ll (more…)
When team Bonci descended on NYC last month, anyone could have predicted the pizza carnage it would leave in its wake. I count myself as one of the casualties, so full from eating pizza I may consider taking a day off. Maybe. After a full week of pizza research, pizza events, pizza parties and pizza workshops, it’s fair to say that we made the most of a short time in NYC. (more…)