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Monthly Archives: March 2019
Every now and again, I’ll stumble upon a beautifully designed produce box on 9th Street. This line drawing is reminiscent of flapper illustrations from the 1920s, and the bright colors really pop off the black background.
I’m always on the hunt for an easy weeknight recipe for using up leftover chicken, and this fits the bill. Chicken, spinach, artichoke hearts – prep time is 15 minutes. While it’s baking, set the table and make a tossed … Continue reading
Water cover seen on 10th & Passyunk Avenue.
Ralph’s Italian Restaurant and Sarcone’s Bakery are two icons of 9th Street’s Italian Market. Both businesses have been around for over a century and are family owned. Ralph’s holds a special place in my heart because we had our wedding … Continue reading
The name orecchiette comes from the Italian orecchia meaning ‘ear’, and –etta, meaning ‘small’. I like to think of them as miniature bowls that hold the creamy goat cheese and garlicky broccoli rabe in this dish.Rave reviews for this dinner … Continue reading