It’s cold and Paris is under siege from the sheets of rain presently drenching the city, but I’m not deterred. I’m on a mission and, as I shake the water from my umbrella and cross the threshold of the Fondation Cartier pour
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Now I can officially cross “attend a movie premiere” off my bucket list. I was given the opportunity to attend a private screening of the new food-centric movie Burnt at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City yesterday and
The following review is a sponsored post. Though I was compensated, all thoughts and opinions are my own. Many people know me as a “Philly food writer”–the fact of the matter is I actually live an hour north of the city.
photo courtesy of La Fia Veteran chef Bryan Sikora is no stranger to spousal business partnerships. He and ex-wife Aimee Olexy were the brains behind the ‘one-year-waiting-list’ Kennett Square phenom Talula’s Table (named after the couple’s
In the same way Marcie Turney and partner Valerie Safran dominate 13th Street, Michael and Jeniphur Pasquarello seem poised to take over Spring Garden. The pair already own Cafe Lift and the always-busting-at-the-seams Prohibition Taproom and,
The MOINK burger, fries, and an old-fashioned Boylan soda Ottsville. Ever heard of it? Probably not, but it’s a destination worth plugging into your GPS. Why? Because it’s home of one of the best burgers on the planet. Those of us