The Vietnamese Cheesesteak
It can be tricky to mess with a classic, especially one as beloved as the cheesesteak. Tampering with the simple “one whiz wit” could be a fraught with peril but Chad Kubanoff, owner of Same Same, has decided he’s up to the task.
“The Vietnamese Cheesesteak” will be making its debut at the Liberty Lands Music Festival and Flea Market, this Saturday, June 4th.
The sandwich layers shaved beef shank with caramelized onions, pickled onions, Laughing Cow cheese on top of banh mi bread. This is all topped off with a concoction Kubanoff dubs “Jawn Sauce,” which is a special blend of oyster sauce, soy sauce, and garlic.
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On Saturday, May 9th, 60 food trucks from Philly, Baltimore, and Washington DC will descend upon Xfinity Live to compete for the title of best food truck in the Taste of Three Cities Food Truck Festival. A portion of the proceeds of the event will benefit Philabundance.
The entire lineup of trucks has yet to be announced, but some of the participants will include the Surf and Turf Truck, The Cow and the Curd, Luscious Bakery, Philly’s Finest Samboni Boys, Sum Pig Food Truck, Kommie Pig, BBQ Bus DC, and Baron Von Schwein.
VIP tickets are $65 and get you into the festival at 11 am (that’s one hour before the general admission plebeians get in) and one all you care to drink (or as I like to think of it: all your liver can handle) pass, as well as seating in the special VIP area. General admission is only $15, and includes entry to the festival and one vote in the People’s Choice awards. Get your tickets here.
Justine Carmine and Nicole Beddow, owners of Happy Hippy
Nicole Beddow and Justine Carmine have had a busy six months. Since first meeting at a yoga teacher training at Hotbox Yoga in Manayunk, the two have paired up on a new business venture that they’re hoping to launch later this summer. The idea: a healthy vegetarian- and vegan-friendly food truck, with occasional pop-up wellness and fitness events, for Temple University students. Read more »