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Maddy Sweitzer-Lammé

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Order In: Saté Kampar Is Serving International Comfort Foods

Ange Branca says she’s letting her team inspire the menu, to share what she calls the “hidden hands” in the restaurant industry.

City Life

Here’s What Individuals and Employers Need to Know About the Coronavirus Stimulus Package

How it affects unemployment, charitable donations, payroll taxes and when you should expect that $1,200 check.

food experiences

Philly Chefs Offer Their Best Home Cooking Advice

Just because you’re eating at home doesn’t mean you can’t cook like the pros.


Jose Garces’s Black Bean Recipe, Five Ways

Use them in chili, in a quesadilla, on nachos, and more.


The Feel-Good Philly Restaurant Stories We Need Right Now

Because there are still some good things happening in the Philly food world.


Stock’s 5-Ingredient Peanut Noodles Are Super Easy to Make at Home

Just five ingredients make up this noodle bowl worthy of a restaurant kitchen.

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Be Well Philly

Yes, You Still Can (and Should) Donate Blood

Blood banks across the country are experiencing a shortage as blood drives are cancelled, but healthy donors can still help.


River Twice’s Chili Con Queso Recipe, for All Your Stress-Eating Needs

Owners Amanda and Randy Rucker make this queso dip whenever they’re hanging out at home.


Chef Angela Cicala’s Oh-So-Comforting 5-Ingredient Pasta Recipe

Perfectly designed for when “you’re stuck inside for the long haul.”


A Long List of Philly Restaurants Selling Gift Cards

In these uncertain times, a gift card is a good way to show your ongoing support for your favorite neighborhood spot.


Pizza Gutt’s New South Philly Takeout Joint Is Up and Running

Pizza Plus is now in soft-opening mode just off East Passyunk.


Lucky’s Charm, a St. Patrick’s Day Themed Pop-Up Bar, Opens in Rittenhouse

Take a jello shot and forget how sad you are that the parade has been cancelled.


The Palm Has Been Put Out of Its Misery

The fancy steakhouse at the Bellevue is closed.


Please Keep Your Coronavirus Panic Out of Restaurants

Restaurants are a place where real humans work, commune and interact — and that’s a good thing.


Wayward, an American Brasserie With a Raw Bar and Outdoor Seating, Is Opening in Market East

Longtime Philly chef Yun Fuentes will cook French-inspired American food in the forthcoming spot.