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Category Archives: Glorious Food
I ran across this food photo taken at Saté Kampar on Passyunk Avenue while looking for another photo. If you’re in the neighborhood, stop in – it’s a cozy little place and their food is wonderful!
Saturday was the first day of the Italian Market Festival – the rain held off, and 9th Street was packed with people. Join us on Sunday for the Procession of the Saints, artisan vendors, music, and great food! More photos behind … Continue reading
Talluto’s, the undisputed king of marinated mozzarella, are celebrating 50 years in the business of making great pasta! Pictured is Dave Brown, long time employee and manager of the store on 9th & Carpenter Streets in the Italian Market. Happy anniversary … Continue reading
Today is your last chance to catch St. Maron’s annual festival – food, live music, games, raffles, arts and crafts. They’re located at 10th & Ellsworth Streets, the festival begins at noon until 9 pm – stop by if you’re in … Continue reading
Due to some unforeseen events, this Christmas has been a flurry of shopping, wrapping and stockpiling cookie dough. Gifts are shipped, cards are on the way to their destinations, and I’ve completed all of my jewelry projects. I’m looking forward to a … Continue reading
Braided breads – I feel a new obsession coming on! I had some time on my hands over the long weekend and a ton of fruit in the fridge, so when I saw this coffeecake version of a braided bread over … Continue reading
Today is the second day of The Italian Market Festival – if you’re in the neighborhood, stop by!
The annual Italian Market Festival is going on today and tomorrow – there’s fantastic food, crafts, beer, Italian pasteries and music. Besides, where else can you get homemade pepperoni on a stick?
The Saturday before Thanksgiving – a very busy day in the Italian Market! This is an enormous turkey in the window of Hollywood Meat Market. If you’re bringing this over to grandma’s house, you’d better check the shocks on the … Continue reading