Archive: 2011 October

Shore Shuts Out Stubborn Mater Dei Prep

By Jim Hintelmann MIDDLETOWN – Field hockey and football are not the only dominant Fall sports teams at Shore Regional as the girls soccer team is currently enjoying an excellent...

October 13, 2011 | comments

Art Show And Food Tasting To Benefit Mental Health Association

An art show and food and wine tasting to benefit the Mental Health Association will take place at Garmany clothing store, 121 Broad St., Red Bank on Thursday evening Oct....

October 13, 2011 | comments

Jean-Michel Cousteau To Keynote Ocean Symposium

WEST LONG BRANCH- Monmouth University’s Urban Coast Institute (UCI) will host the 7th Annual Future of the Ocean Symposium and Champions of the Ocean Awards Luncheon on Friday, October 21....

October 13, 2011 | comments

A Taste Of The Two Rivers

Mr. C’s Beach Bistro, Allenhurst, will host a Girls Night Out on Oct. 20 to benefit Linkages, a non-profit organization that supports battered women and displace families. Admission is $25...

October 13, 2011 | comments

Yetman’s Goal in OT Lifts Mater Dei Prep

By Jim Hintelmann TINTON FALLS – Although his team is only 5-7-1, Mater Dei Prep’s new boys soccer coach, Jim McLees, is still looking ahead to a possible post-season appearance,...

October 13, 2011 | comments

From The Wine Cellar: Cork Or Screw Cap? It’s A Matter Of Taste

By Charles B. Rubinstein “The soft extractive note of an aged cork being withdrawn has the true sound of a man opening his heart” William Samuel Benwell, Journey to Wine in...

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This Is Not Your Grandmother’s Pantry

Culinary pros turn ordinary home pantries in to “Wow Pantries” By Karen J. Irvine The pantry I am most familiar with was in my grandmother’s New England farmhouse. It was...

October 13, 2011 | comments

The Ultimate Comfort Food

Braised short ribs are the perfect accompaniment to a cool autumn evening By Andy McDonough Some dishes are just meant for the cold weather, when you need something that will...

October 13, 2011 | comments

Chef Joe Racioppi Add His Touch At The Pier House

Chef Joe Racioppi is well-known in the two river area as a the former proprietor of Racioppi’s restaurant in Red Bank, where Joe and his family cooked up culinary delights...

October 13, 2011 | comments

Search Continues for Suspect In Sex Assault at Sandy Hook

By John Burton SANDY HOOK — A report of a lewd act witnessed by a park visitor who had been enjoying an evening on the beach resulted in an extensive...

October 13, 2011 | comments

Summer is Over – It’s Time For Cool Weather Salads

Fall and winter meals aren’t just about comfort food by Andy McDonough When the weather turns cooler it’s time to think about all the great cold weather comfort foods, like...

October 13, 2011 | comments

2011 Duathlon

The 2011 Duathlon sponsored by the Woman’s Council of the Monmouth Medical Center Foundation brought runners and bikers out to Sandy Hook last Sunday. The event was a fundraiser for...

October 13, 2011 | comments

Football This Weekend 10.14.11

Rumson-Fair Haven (5-0, 3-0) is coming off a 34-6 trouncing of Monmouth Regional (0-4, 0-2) and could wrap up at least a share of the A Central division title when...

October 13, 2011 | comments

Two River Art/Antiques Show

Preview Party Fri. Oct. 14, 6:30-9:30 Rumson Country Day School, 35 Bellevue Ave. Rumson, N.J. Show runs 10 a.m.-6 p.m. on Saturday, Oct.15…..11:30 a.m.-5p.m. on Sunday, Oct.16. Proceeds to benefit...

October 12, 2011 | comments

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