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Dec 18, 2019
Balducci's Store Now Home to Repeat Roses Shop - Progressive Grocer
Balducci’s Food Lover’s Market has 10 stores located in New York, Connecticut, Maryland and Virginia. Sister chain Kings Food Markets, based in Parsippany, N.J., has 25 stores in Connecticut, New Jersey and New York. Feb 2, 2016
Review: Shan Shan Noodles in Parsippany Favors the Foods of Northwestern China
The more unassuming the exterior, the more likely we will find an edible jackpot inside.
With Shan Shan Noodles in Parsippany, we have a winner. It has all the superficial hallmarks of a find, which is to say, it is located in a strip mall, features a non-descript storefront, 15 tables and fluorescent lights.
The warm, welcoming service and unique home-style food complete the package. When our waiter found out that we were first-timers, he summoned Shan Shan Lu, the owner, who enthusiastically talked us through the menu. She explained the hand-pulled noodle soups and encouraged us to try the Chinese burger, one of the house specialties.
In an interview after my visits, Ms. Lu explained to me that Shan Shan specializes in the food of northwestern China, where she and her mother were born. Wheat is a staple crop in the region so flour-based foods, such as noodles and pancakes, dominate Shan Shan’s menu instead of rice, which is the main grain in the south.
Noodles with spicy minced pork.
Matt Rainey for The New York Times
The restaurant, which opened in October 2014, offers a limited menu, but that is on purpose, Ms. Lu said. “I try to keep the restaurant small, so the quality of food and the ser... (New York Times)Feb 2, 2016
RIP Peter Wolf
Upsala College in East Orange, NJ, and a public relations specialist for Borg Warner Corp./Baker Industries in Parsippany, NJ.
Pete had many avocations, including photography, sports, music, and traveling to his house in Ballinskelligs, Ireland, all enhanced by his crackerjack use and understanding of digital tools and social media. Facebook users have long enjoyed his vast library of breathtaking nature and scenic photography. His musical interests were widespread, and he always had a guitar nearby to strum. A lifelong fan of the New York Yankees and the New York Rangers, he spent much of his life doing laps in a swimming pool, and enjoyed bowling, golf and tennis.
A member of the Commonwealth Club of Montclair, he served on its board of trustees and also as club president. Peter was a volunteer with the Outpost in the Burbs, Montclair, and at the soup kitchen in Christ Episcopal Church, East Orange, and was a supporter of youth golf programs at Weequahic Golf Course in Newark, NJ. Never at a loss for a story, or a personal link connecting him to someone he had just met, Peter loved bringing people together, and helping neighbors and friends in many ways, big and small.
Predeceased by his parents, Helena and Franklin H. Wolf, and a brother, Franklin, Jr., he leaves his wife, Daphne; his son Patrick and his wife Mary; a daughter, Casey; three sisters, Betsy Wolf, Suzanne Wolf, and Ellen Berkeley; a nephew, Jon Sciambi; an international network of cousins, and more friends than anyone could imagine.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Lamp for Haiti (www.lampforhaiti.org); or to the soup kitchen, FACT (Friends Acting and Caring Together), checks payable to FACT, c/o Peggy Olivi, Treasurer, 181 Longwood Drive, Inwood I-1, Little Falls, NJ 07424.
Services for Peter Wolf will take place tomorrow, January 26 and Wednesday, January 27:Visitation at Funeral HomeHugh M. Moriarty Funeral Home 76 Park Street, Montclair, NJTuesday, January 26: 2 pm – 4 pm and 7 pm – 9 pmMassSaint Cassian Church 187 Bellevue Avenue, Upper Montclair, NJWednesday, January 27 at 10 amBaristanet offers its deepest condolences to the Wolf family. (Baristanet)Feb 2, 2016
Let the Good Times Roll this Mardi Gras at Applebee's® with French Quarter Favorites
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About Applebee’s Services, Inc
Applebee’s (www.applebees.com) is the world’s largest casual dining chain, with more than 2,000 locations in 49 states, 16 countries and one U.S. territory. Based in Lenexa, Kan., Applebee’s takes pride in providing a welcoming, neighborhood environment where everyone can enjoy the dining experience. Applebee’s Services, Inc., and its affiliates franchise and operate restaurants under Applebee’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill and are a DineEquity, Inc. (NYSE: DIN) brand.
About Doherty Enterprises, Inc.
Established in 1985, Doherty Enterprises, Inc. is recognized as the 68th largest privately-held business in the New York Metro area by Crain’s Business and the 10th largest franchisee in the United States as ranked in theRestaurant Finance Monitor, operating eight restaurant concepts including: Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar, Panera Bread, Chevys Fresh Mex, Quaker Steak & Lube, Noodles & Company, IHOP, and two of its own concepts, The Shannon Rose Irish Pub and Spuntino Wine Bar and Italian Tapas. In 2015, Nation’s Restaurant News ranked Doherty Enterprises as the 78th largest U.S. Foodservice revenue company, up from 85 in 2014. To date, Doherty Enterprises owns and operates over 160 restaurants in northern, southern and central New Jersey, Long Island, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Florida and Georgia – including newly acquired locations in the Miami area. The Doherty vision is to be the “Best Food Service Company in the Communities We Serve” and its mission is to “Wow Every Guest Every Time, Wow Our People, Wow Our Communities and Wow Our Suppliers.” (www.DohertyInc.com).
(Pocono Business Journal)Feb 2, 2016
John 'Jack' Joseph Dolan Sr., 76 passed away
PARSIPPANY — John ‘Jack’ Joseph Dolan Sr., 76, a lifelong resident of Morris County, passed away peacefully at his home on Friday, January 29, 2016 after a long illness.
Jack was born in Morristown and grew up in Cedar Knolls. He lived in Parsippany for 46 years before moving back to Cedar Knolls in May of 2015.
Jack graduated from Bayley-Ellard High School in 1958 and attended Fairleigh Dickinson University and the New Jersey Institute of Technology. He was a construction engineer and a founding member of Garden State Tunnel and Boring, where he functioned as President and Treasurer until 2004, and was a member of the Utility Contractor’s Association of New Jersey.
Jack’s greatest love was his family, which he raised in Parsippany. He was dedicated to serving his community, and was an active member of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany for many years. He also ran for Morris County Freeholder in 1979, and was the Chairman of the Parsippany Democratic Party, as well as a graduate o... (Parsippany Focus)Jan 8, 2016
3 months after promotion, Madison police captain dies of cancer
We will remember Joe as a great cop, a mentor, a devoted father, husband and above all, a friend."
A 1986 graduate of Parsippany Hills High School, Cirella had been enrolled at Fairleigh Dickinson University to complete his bachelor’s degree.
He is survived by his wife Amy of 18 years and his three children: Caroline 15, Joey 13, and Nicholas, 8; his mother, Angela (Massotto), and his twin sister, Michelle McGlynn, and her husband, Kevin.
Cirella was predeceased by his father, Joseph.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Madison PBA Local 92 (write “Captain Cirella” in the memo field). Envelopes should be addressed to Madison PBA 92, 62 Kings Road, Madison, NJ 07940, Attn: Vincent Dellavalle.
The donations will be used for scholarship money for his children.
Staff Writer William Westhoven: 973-917-9242; wwesthoven@GannettNJ.com.
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