Archive for November, 2009

Martha Stewart Finally Admits On Behalf Of Everyone That Rachael Ray Is The Sarah Palin Of The Food World

Martha, we love you. Still. Always.

Commentroversy: El Camino Real And Dustin Chalermkittichai/Robinson

We couldn’t help but notice the accusatory comments still cropping up on October’s post on El Camino Real‘s new chef, Dustin Chalermkittichai, or as he goes by now, Dustin Robinson. Robinson, recent sous chef at Rouge, acknowledges in a gruff American voice that he changed his name at age 19 for reasons which he didn’t […]

Unsung En Francias: Three Great Off-The-Beaten Path French Bistros In Philly

Perhaps we’re covetous of the “French” aesthetic because in the past, it has scorned us. In particular, the American notion of the French makes it seem like our perpetually well-dressed, beautiful older untouchable cousin, and we’re perpetually clomping behind her like a disheveled untucked donkey. France isn’t necessarily like that, and of all places, American […]


This Evening: Country Honk At Pub & Kitchen

Are all of these incoming Thanksgiving vibes somehow still not down-home enough for you? Then maybe Pub & Kitchen’s 1st Annual Country Delight will hit the spot. Canned beer specials, fried chicken, stop us when you stop worrying about Obamunism. Pub & Kitchen, 1946 Lombard St. (215) 545-0350

Three Options For Turkey Time

By now, everyone probably has their Thanksgiving game plan set in motion, so what better timing to look at the many different approaches preparing the Thanksgiving centerpiece: The Turkey. There are many factors that go into turkey prep such as kitchen space, timing, and of course, recipes. Here are some unconventional options for turkey prep […]


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