Little Baby’s Ice Cream has debuted a new commercial, “Eyes Scream.” In it, mouths replace the eyes in three models as a voiceover extols the virtues of Little Baby’s Philadelphia style ice cream. The new commercial attempts to one-up the original Little Baby’s ads, which the Huffington Post called “terrifying.”
Little Baby’s Ice Cream [Official]
Fish, fish and more fish! But we’re certainly not complaining.
Especially not after drooling over the pictures of Il Pittore chef Chris Painter’s addition to our summer recipe roundup. Down the shore, you’re likely to get the freshest seafood straight off the boat. So why not take advantage of it? Painter’s Flukin’ Foil sounds like something to try after a long day of fishing, or even just sunning on the beach. Extra kudos to those who use their own catch, but Jersey has some pretty good fish markets in case you weren’t so lucky with your line.
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To be honest, you don’t really need me this week. Between the buckets of gladiolas, piles of peppers and cucumbers, and box after box of fragrant tomatoes, it’s kind of impossible to go to a farmer’s market this week and not immediately see how much good stuff is out there. Here are a few things that you should make sure not to overlook.
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Forcella and Leila’s Bistro in Jenkintown are hosting a pop-up sandwich shop today at Leila’s Bistro at 700 West Avenue. Owner Jose Vargas and Paesano’s alum Anthony Pasceri are hosting the pop-up. There will be free samples and $8 sandwiches from 12:30 p.m. till supplies run out.
If anyone tags Forcella or Leila’s Bistro on Facebook or Twitter (@leilasbistro or @forcellabyob) with a picture of themselves and their sandwich their full size sandwich is free.
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Victory Brewing Company has provided an update to their brewpub coming to Kennett Square. The brewpub that will include a seven barrel brewery is aiming to open this fall at Cypress and Mill Roads in Kennett.
The beers brewed on site will include test brews as well as core Victory beers like Hop Devil. The Kennett Square brewpub will also fill growlers and sell merchandise via an onsite store.
The menu will include favorites from the Downingtown brewpub plus items inspired by local ingredients.
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This summer Dean Carlson’s Wyebrook Farm is offering “farm to fork” dinners, prepared on site by Chef Eric Yost. Diners can enjoy the farm’s grass-fed beef, heritage breed pork and free pastured chicken accompanied by locally grown produce. Guests will be seated outdoors on the farm and are encouraged to stroll the 350 acres. Prices will vary from the $7 organic fried green tomatoes to $23 black trumpet encrusted pork sirloin. Other good news? The farm is always BYOB. Dinner is served Wednesday through Saturday from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Reservations are required.
Wyebrook Farm [Official]
On Tuesday, August 5th, Fette Sau is hosting a Whiskey and BBQ Dinner. The event, which starts at 6 p.m., will feature whiskey pairings from Dad’s Hat Rye Whiskey and chef Jason Goodman’s family-style, never-before-seen menu items. Though a menu hasn’t been released, we do know that most of the 9 dishes will imitate Pennsylvania classics, like “Duck and Kraut.”
And as you stuff your face, keep an eye out for Dad’s Hat founder Herman Mihalich and co-founder John Cooper. They’ll be walking around to give some guidance on the whiskey pairings, which will include three cocktails and one neat pour.
Tickets are limed and cost $60 per person, not including tax and gratuity. To reserve your spot, make reservations by calling 215-391-4888 or by visiting the restaurant.
Fette Sau [Foobooz]
Saxbys Coffee and Visit Philly are teaming up to give Philadelphians and tourists alike a free iced coffee every Friday in August (and what do you know? Today is August). The promotion is happening all-day at all 11 Philadelphia area Saxbys locations.
So start your day off with a free iced coffee courtesy of Visit Philly and conclude your work day by heading to the Visit Philly Beer Garden Happy Hour Series. This afternoon’s location is Frankford Hall.
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Next Tuesday is National Oyster Day, and we already told you about the Oyster House’s big four-course $50 oyster dinner. Well, over in Chestnut Hill, they’ve got a deal of their own. Read more »
For today’s installment of the DIY recipe round-up we’re finishing up with a classic. A mojito. Paul McDonald of Society Hill Society shared his spin on the summer classic. We’re not only fans of the name, Quasimohido, but the cucumber syrup which offers a fresh flavor that isn’t typical to this summertime favorite. The prep time for this drink might be a little longer than you’re used to, but you won’t regret it when you’re down the shore with drink in hand.
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