Quaint little cooking studio in historic Haddon Heights, NJ where we focus on easy, quick and healthy recipes that taste delicious! Most classes are demonstration only-but everyone eats! There are a few hands on courses-so keep an eye out! We also offer private lessons, in home demonstrations and nutrition counseling!
At A Taste of Olive, guests sample a variety of olive oils and tangy balsamic vinegars from around the world before having their selections bottled, corked, and sealed in the shop. Huge stainless-steel fusti filled with the oil and vinegar offerings line the walls of the store. These drums, called fusti, protect their flavors, ensuring that the oils and vinegars stay fresh until it's time for them to grace salads and backyard slip 'n' slides.
Clients pour samples from the fusti, taste them, and then take home bottles of aged dark, crisp white, and fruit-infused balsamic vinegars, as well as olive oils spiked with capers and garlic, jalapeños, citrus, porcini mushrooms, and more. Shoppers can also pick up a wealth of gourmet foodstuffs to serve alongside their oils and vinegars, including martini olives, antipasti and savory tapenades.
You can't get fit just by running or curling weights. A broad range of exercises always proves more effective, and that's why it is appropriate that Elena Ciccotelli, founder of TrainerDiva, Inc., draws on everything from ballet to yoga. Ballet-inspired strength-training classes, for example, tone muscles. Those muscles then become flexible in yoga sessions. During group classes, the studio might fill with the bouncing music that drives Zumba or the contented sighs of patrons finishing a core training session.
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Parking: Metered street parking
Most popular offering: Jewelry, watches, clocks, sales service
Pro Tip: Bring your curiosity and enjoy a FREE coffee or tea while you browse.
Good for Kids: Yes
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
The chefs at Casa Bella Trattoria use old-world cooking techniques and modern epicurean innovations to sculpt a full menu of hearty Italian specialties. Family recipes such as the homemade gnocchi and the chicken alla nonna provide diners with flavors perfected over several generations, and the option of substituting whole-wheat pasta enhances authenticity by hearkening to the days that predate the development of refined grains. In addition, the chefs prepare whole-fish dinners tableside, providing a dining experience previously exclusive to fishermen and sharks with refined palates.