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Category Archives: Glorious Food
It’s the second day of the Italian Market Festival, and although it’s been raining on and off, it hasn’t dampened people’s spirits. The festivities will be going on until 5:00 today, so drop by and sample some of Isgro’s pastries!
Philadelphia’s Italian Market Festival is going on this weekend from 10 am to 5 pm. Great food, music, and some nice crafts for sale. A roast post sandwich at Cannuli’s is a must, then follow it up with a cupcake … Continue reading
More hand lettering love – the window of Lorenzo’s Pizza on 9th & Christian Streets.
An abreviated list of what D’Angelo Bros. has to offer at their store. Located in Philadelphia’s Italian Market for over 80 years, their handmade sausages are out of this world – and they do mail order!
It wouldn’t be Easter without a trip to our favorite bakery - Isgro’s Pastries, a neighborhood staple since 1904. I’m completely smitten with their tiny rose topped cakes!
Lately I’ve fallen into a “what am I going to make for dinner?” rut. My Great Aunt Nita had a system – Monday chicken, Tuesday meatloaf, Wednesday spaghetti, Thursday pork chops, Friday fish. There were no menus to mull over, … Continue reading
It was another busy weekend with no time to fuss with dinner, so Sunday was soup and sandwich night. I had a bag of carrots in the fridge, and threw this soup together in less than an hour. Easy to … Continue reading
Some gals like Godiva on Valentine’s Day, my personal peccadilloes are the heart shaped boxes of chocolates with the plastic flowers and pâté! It’s my once a year indulgence – spread over really good bread, and topped with cornichons. It’s ridiculously simple … Continue reading
My introduction to brisket was years ago during a staff dinner at a restaurant I was working in during Passover. It was love at first bite – so tender that you could cut it with a fork in a pool … Continue reading
I love old handpainted signs! Hollywood Meat Market is located in Philadelphia’s Italian Market. Find their website HERE.
No-knead bread has been around for years. It was developed by Jim Lahey at New York City’s Sullivan Street Bakery, Mark Bittman wrote about it in The New York Times, and everyone and their grandmas jumped onto the no-knead bandwagon. Everyone, … Continue reading