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Vol. LXIV, No. 41
 
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
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It’s New to Us by Jean Stratton


DINING OUT: “We are set apart by the fresh ingredients and our unique attention to all the ingredients. Everything is cooked fresh, customized to the individual diner, and we have special family recipes.” Chef Dilbagh Kabow and owner P.J. Singh of Cross Culture, the new Indian restaurant in the Princeton Shopping Center, look forward to welcoming customers to a new dining experience.

Cross Culture Ethnic Indian Restaurant Opens in the Princeton Shopping Center

Jean Stratton

The customer said, “There are so many choices of dishes — how do we decide?” Replied P.J. Singh, owner of Cross Culture Indian Restaurant, “You will just have to come back again and again!”


FARM FRESH: “My interest is food and healthy eating. It goes way back. My family treated food as special, and I started growing most of our food organically. I also taught classes in organic food.” Judith Robinson, manager of Princeton Farmers’ Market, is shown in Hinds Plaza, the market’s location next to the library.

Princeton Farmers’ Market Is Big Success At the Hinds Plaza Next to the Library

Jean Stratton

A display of colorful table umbrellas highlights the Hinds Plaza next to the Princeton Public Library every Thursday. This is the day Princeton Farmers Market comes to town, bringing a variety of locally-grown, raised, and produced items, including natural and organic produce, poultry, eggs, cheese, naturally-raised meats, breads and baked goods, flowers and more.


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