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The Dish
February 2019

by Staff

On the Menu
A trio of tossed greens to try this month
By Sarahjane Massaud

Big Apple Walnut Salad Salad Society in Sewell
Green, crisp Granny Smith apples overlay a fresh spring mix along with grilled chicken and hints of goat cheese. Both are complemented nicely by craisins and candied walnuts peppered throughout. Drizzle with a raspberry vinaigrette for a delicious kick of flavor.

Tossed Greek Salad, Zoës Kitchen in Moorestown
Taste the freshness of the Mediterranean with cucumbers, bell peppers and red onions. Feta and olives accompany the caramelized onions and pasta salad. Tossed with grilled chicken and Zoës dressing—this salad is appetizing to the eye and served with a hot pita side.  

Quinoa Caesar Salad, Heart Beet Kitchen in Westmont
Change it up by substituting your average chicken Caesar salad with a salad rich in flavor and vitamins. Caesar salad doesn’t need chicken when it has every bit of protein you could possibly need from smoked chickpeas and quinoa. Avocado and croutons are sprinkled over a bed of mixed kale and arugula tossed with a cashew Caesar dressing. 


Quick Bite Bulletin
By Grace Clevenger  


Peachwave, a frozen yogurt shop, is getting ready to open its first New Jersey location this spring at Larchmont Centre in Mount Laurel.

On Kings Highway in Haddonfield, the owners of Two Fish are preparing to open The Little Hen, which will have a heavy focus on meat.

First Watch, a Florida-based restaurant specializing in breakfast, lunch and brunch, opened its first New Jersey location in Cherry Hill.

The long-vacant ShopRite on Haddonfield-Berlin and Brace Roads in Cherry Hill may be welcoming a new Asian grocer, Hung Vuong Food Market.

Sprouts Farmers Market is expected to open the first New Jersey location on Route 73 in Marlton.

Hash House A Go Go opened in Moorestown, and may be giving typical diners a run for their money through their over-sized portions and signature coffee and cocktails.

Thy Kingdom Crumb, Carson Wentz’s charity food truck, found a new headquarters at the former Rockhill location in Cherry Hill.

Haddon Township’s Friendly’s Restaurant is closing after almost 50 years due to an expired lease agreement.

Published (and copyrighted) in Suburban Family Magazine, Volume 9, Issue 12 (February 2019).
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