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Thanks to Ho-Ho-Kus (NJ)-based Haviland Photography for this 1857 photo of what later became the Ho-Ho-Kus Inn and Tavern (which I rated 2.5 stars in today’s paper.) At the time, the Dutch Colonial was still being used as a private residence.
At first glance, this recipe reads like a man-cave cooking mash-up gone awry--a collision of beef bourguignon and Hungarian goulash, with some Southwestern chili pot elements mixed in. But it's really quite good!
Ho-Ho-Kus Inn & Tavern, Ho-Ho-Kus The tavern room in this lovingly restored 18th-century mansion has four flat-screen TVs, a working fireplace, and six craft selections on tap—including the Inn’s own Tavern Ale, custom brewed by Cricket Hill. There are always at least seven more choices in the bottle. You can also enjoy your brew in the cozy library bar, on the outdoor bluestone patio in the warm months, or in one of five dining rooms.
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