Vadouvan chicken salad sandwich on a seeded yeast roll. Served with a side of minted pickle salad with butternut squash, cucumber, and red onion with brown butter snicker doodle cookies for dessert
The taxi alternative, Uber is part of a campaign to raise money for No Kid Hungry, an organization aiming to eliminate child hunger in America. Today they are teaming up with Sbraga for a one-day UberLUNCH pop-up.
Between 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., you can order a Vadouvan Chicken Salad Sandwich prepared by Sbraga and have it delivered in the same amount of time it takes to get an Uber. The sandwich costs $10 and all of that money goes directly to No Kid Hungry and the goal of #3MillionMeals.
You can order your UberLUNCH direct from the Uber app and delivery is available from the Delaware River to the Schuylkill River, from South Street to Vine Street.
Fuel Up with UberLUNCH and Sbraga [Uber]
• The hardest part about making this healthy lunch recipe is gathering the ingredients—promise. [POPSUGAR Fitness]
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Knead Bagels is upping the ante – not only have they quickly become an awesome breakfast option, they’re doing lunch too. Check it out – Knead has what you need, a full range of sandwiches, salads and soups. (And they will deliver, too.)
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Grilled chicken for the new “Hai Satay” at Hai Street Kitchen
Haven’t been Hai Street Kitchen in a while? It’s time to return to the Japanese burrito bar. HSK has launched a new menu with some very interesting items to try out.
While they will be keeping some of the old favorites, they’ve revamped the roll options with these newcomers:
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Marc Vetri’s seventh restaurant, Lo Spiedo officially opens today. Located just inside the gates at the Navy Yard in South Philadelphia, Lo Spiedo aims to be a lunch option for the Navy Yard’s 11,000 plus employees as well as a dinner destination for Philadelphia diners.
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Little Spoon Cafe opened today at 15th and South Streets, in the former (and a bit weird) home to Baja Room. The space has been transformed into a super attractive cafe that is open for breakfast, lunch, and on some nights, dinner. We stopped in for a late lunch and enjoyed a BLT served with crispy bacon, on excellent bread.
The cafe is owned by area residents, Jeanne French and Julia McMeans. The chef is Lauren Geary, who was once the chef down the street, at the now closed Pumpkin Market. The cafe opens at 7 a.m. and offers quick breakfast options, plus breakfast sandwiches and burritos. Daily breakfast specials include a rotating selection of scrambles and galettes, a rustic pastry with seasonal filling.
Lunch offers soups, salads, sandwiches and a rotating choice of grilled cheeses. Little Spoon also stocks ice cream from Franklin Fountain, plus treats from Shane’s Candies.
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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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When it comes to lunch, I always have super-healthy goals. I’m going to wake up early to make a giant salad to take with me, or stir-fry some veggies the night before. But when I’m curled up on the couch at the end of a long day or hitting snooze for the third time, all of those plans go right out the window, and I end up shoving a sandwich into my bag or getting takeout at work instead.
Cue make-ahead meals. Whip up a big batch of one of the recipes below on Sunday night, separate it into containers, and bam—lunch for the week. All you have to do is grab-and-go on your way out the door. Even better? All of the recipes will taste just as good on Friday as they did on Monday.
You might be thinking, “Why in the world would I want to waste my Sunday night putting things in Tupperware when I could be doing anything else?” And believe me, I’m with you on that one. But think of it this way: An hour or two of preparation saves you money on takeout, adds precious minutes of sleep-time in the morning, and gives you the peace of mind that comes with knowing you’ll have delicious and healthy meals at your fingertips all week. Totally worth it, right? Read more »
A lunchtime visit to the still-packing-them-in Hai Street Kitchen today revealed that the spot has added a new menu item. The Screaming Tuna is yellow fin tuna mixed with kimchi, gochujang sauce, sesame oil, pickled mango, lettuce, carrot, cucumber, red onion and asparagus. And like everything at Hai Street, it is then wrapped in rice and nori.
Though today’s wrap wasn’t the tightest I’ve received from Hai Street, the Screaming Tuna was another boldly flavored winner from Genji’s corporate offspring.
Hai Street Kitchen [Foobooz]
• No Sriracha here. The humble PB&J gets a nutritious makeover. [Fitbie]
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