Tom D'Intino

Tom D'Intino

Tom D'Intino lives and cooks in Sea Isle City, NJ. He specializes in homemade pastas, catering and banquets.  He can be reached at and @tdintino75

June 12, 2017


How to make your own super water

Drinking homemade infused water is a great way to quench your thirst on a hot summer day as well get additional nutritional and health benefits than drinking just plain water.

October 23, 2015


Healthy Halloween treats for little ghouls and goblins

Halloween is around the corner and so are the piles of candy that come with it. Here are some simple and healthy treats for your little ghouls and goblins.

September 3, 2015


The do's and don'ts of saying 'I do'

Planning a wedding can run the whole gamut of emotions. Family pressures, logistics, locations, menus and budgets can make it feel overwhelming for the bride and groom. Heather Garrabrant, event coordinator for the Yacht Club of Sea Isle City, gives her helpful tips on keeping costs down while making your dream day a reality.

August 24, 2015


5 back-to-school lunches that will keep kids happy and healthy

5 lunch treats that will keep your kids happy and healthy

June 8, 2015


A.C. to Exit 0: A local's guide to Jersey Shore dining

Summer is in full swing at the Jersey Shore, and everyone is open for business. Whether you're a day-tripper, couch-surfer or have a season pass, avoid the tourist traps and eat like a local. From fine dining to delis, here are some regional institutions and hidden gems to hit while down the shore.

April 15, 2015


30-minute meals: Spring garden pasta primavera

Finding time to make a healthy, home-cooked meal for your family can be challenging on a good day. Jobs, schools, practices, games, recitals, rehearsals, devices and life try to make what was once a daily staple, homemade dinner with the family, into an elusive dream. But with about 30 minutes and a sharp knife, you can whip up this Italian classic and get everyone back around the table.

March 10, 2015


Recipe: Vegan shepherd's pie

Shepherd's pie, or cottage pie as it was originally called, has been an Irish staple since the late 18th century. It was a vehicle for leftover scraps of meats with a potato crust for the poor. This vegan twist on the Celtic classic can be modified as much as the original.

February 13, 2015


3 potent anti-Valentine's Day recipes to celebrate singleness

This year, instead of wallowing in loneliness, celebrate it by making these deliciously potent recipes. Some will give your breath a delicious funk while others will turn your whole house into a curry cloud of liberation from this over-hyped "holiday." Rent “The Breakup” and share these treats with other single friends at an Anti-V Day party. Or, eat them alone in the dark of your parents' basement.

February 11, 2015

Valentine's Day

Mini cheesecakes with graham cracker crust

February 10, 2015

Valentine's Day

Surf and turf skewers with maple soy glaze

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