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Posts Tagged With: mario perrotti

Holiday Celebrations at the Best Restaurants in Morris and Somerset County, New Jersey

By: Roxy on 12/9/08 @ 6:15 pm

Whether you’re planning to celebrate the holidays with family at home or out on the town in Morris and Somerset County, New Jersey, if you’re staying local for the holidays, Roxy’s going to help you find what you need to make the season special. It’s a work in progress, but I’ve put together a list [...]

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Nice Cool Weather Forecast for This Weekend’s Far Hills Race Meeting October 18, 2008, to Benefit Somerset Medical Center

By: Roxy on 10/15/08 @ 10:43 pm

I was on the phone earlier today with my favorite butcher, Mario Perrotti at M&M Perrotti’s over in Far Hills, NJ, and he reminded me that (1) his Friday and Saturday are going to be absolutely crazy getting ready for the Far Hills Race Meeting to benefit Somerset Medical Center and (2) I’ve got to [...]

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Rex’s Recipes: Pistachio Crusted Rack of Lamb, with a Little Help from Perrotti’s Butcher in Far Hills, New Jersey

By: Roxy on 09/22/08 @ 3:06 pm

Way back when Rex and I were first living together in NYC’s West Village, we would occasionally attend a “celebrity chef” cooking class at Macy’s DeGustibus program. Rex paid close attention to the recipes and preparation, while I enjoyed one delicious meal after the next.¬† On one such occasion, we had the good fortune of¬†cooking [...]

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Roxy’s New Best Friends: Mario & Michael at M&M Perrotti’s Butcher Shop and Prepared Foods in Far Hills, New Jersey

By: Roxy on 07/15/08 @ 10:09 pm

Today started out as a bad day, but Mario and Michael Perrotti of M&M Perrotti’s Butcher Shop in Far Hills, NJ, have turned that frown upside down with a couple of 2-inch-thick ribeye steaks that Rex grilled for dinner tonight.
This morning, Maddie and London and I were cruising along Peapack Road with the top down, [...]

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