Underutilized wine goblets sit dusty in my cupboards, no doubt envious of the oft-used water and juice glasses. To some, this is appalling; to others, it is sheer sacrilege… – Iris McCarthy, Food writer and semi-teetotaler
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The holidays are here and for many of us the season is synonymous with large family gatherings, great food, and of course lots of cooking. The frenzy of the season is enough to deal with–why not relax and let someone else do the cooking?
Have you ever dined out in the city and wished you could have brought your furry BFF along? Well, good news dog lovers–Philadelphia has no shortage of canine-friendly bars. You and your pup are inseparable so there’s no need excuse
Each year, we brainstorm about how we can improve the event for two worthy causes. The Great Chefs Event has grown from a small-scale local charity event to an inspiring culinary gathering.” – Jeff Benjamin, co-founder of the
FLAVORS OF THE AVENUE IS BACK! This year Flavors of the Avenue returns with the addition of a newly crowned Top Chef, more restaurants, and a slew of VIP perks. The East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District (EPABID) welcomes a
Berbere and mit’mita are the two spices [that are] like the salt and pepper of Ethiopia. – World-renowned chef and Ethiopian cuisine expert Marcus Samuelsson This Cedar Park restaurant and bar is often overshadowed by its Ethiopian cousins