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Viva Mexico

Craig Claiborne once described Mexican cuisine, aptly, as “earthy food, festive food, happy food, celebration food.” One thing it’s not is simple, despite the similarity of Mexican menus across the state. The complexity resides in the freshness of the ingredients … Continue reading

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Football and Flounder

The air is cool and crisp. The salt water scent wafts over the beaches and the boardwalks from Long Branch to Ocean City. The humidity of the dog days of August is gone, and the sun still warms the air … Continue reading

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Hayrides and Harvests

As parents of three lovely and spirited young ladies, my wife and I have about 6000 photos and home videos of family fall outings when the girls were in various stages of pumpkinhood. Essentially, I have enough goofy looking photos … Continue reading

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I Ain’t Afraid of No Ghost

What scares you? A bump in the night? Passe. A blood-curdling scream? Please, I grew up in Brooklyn. A cold hand on your leg in the middle of the night? Married. Used to it. We all have our little triggers … Continue reading

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