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Vote for 2019 Edible Jersey Local Heroes

Edible Jersey readers and editorial contributors have assembled a ballot of the brightest stars in local food and drink this year. Each, in their own way, inspire and sustain our culinary community.

Among the 6 categories, Stockton Market has 2 nominations! Market Pizza for Best Food Artisan and Stockton Market for Best Food Shop. Please cast your vote today!

Voting period runs from November 1 to December 31, 2018. Winners will be announced in Edible Jersey’s Spring 2019 issue.



Il Panino is now Da Vinci Italian Gourmet!

Il Panino is now Da Vinci Italian Gourmet Food!

There are some new offerings available in addition to the delicious Tuscan dishes you have known and loved!

Zucchini frittata:

Cold cuts and cheese tray:


They are also doing breakfast, trays of mix Italian cold cuts, prosciutto di Parma, mortadella, sorpassata, burrata and parmigiano reggiano, pesto, olives, blue cheese and mushrooms spreads. For lunch and dinner you can have Tuscan style pasta or sandwiches or salads. All sandwiches are made with fresh schiacciata (similar to focaccia but much thinner and more crunchy) made every morning! Enjoy the new Da Vinci Italian Gourmet!

WORKSHOP: Winter Remedies – Herbal Support During the Winter Months with Jenn Allen

 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3RD | 11:00-12:30PM 

At The Alchemist’s Kitchen in Stockton Market

This workshop is a space to deepen our understanding of the ways Mother Nature offers us some of the most potent and effective remedies for winter cold and flu season right in our own kitchen pantries.

A century ago our ancestors knew how to use household remedies in a preventive way to promote health and wellbeing with plants found in the wilds or gardens of their own backyards. Today, much of this knowledge has been lost due to advances in the modern allopathic medicine system. Due to current challenges for some Americans to have sufficient health insurance there is a renewed interest in ways that plants can be used to assist in the prevention of physical discomforts due to colds and viruses. Mother Nature offers us some of the most potent and effective remedies for winter cold and flu season right in our own kitchen pantries. By learning to view food as medicine we can help to increase support for the immune system through the inclusion of certain herbs and spices in our daily cooking as well as create delicious and unique remedies for specific ailments like sore throats, coughs, flu symptoms and fevers.

This is a demonstration class but recipes, an informative handout, and samples will be given for you to experience and try in the class.


$30 advance/$35 at the door

tickets are non-refundable

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Space for this event is limited, please register online to reserve your spot!

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