The Year In Review – November 2007
We’ll be looking back at the year in Foobooz. Today we take a look back at November 2007.
Dish of November
Fried Dumplings at the Dumpling House
We tried the pan-fried chive and pork dumplings, and found them to have pleasingly juicy fillings, and a great texture to the wrappers. The were crisp on one side, still tender on the other, in the style of a classic pot-sticker, a dumpling that’s surprisingly rare in Philly.
- City Paper names their 2007 Choice Awards Winners.
- We run a mob related blind item. No one’s been whacked because of it…. Yet.
- We say goodbye to Washington Square. You always looked great.
- Where did Michael Nutter dine the night before he was elected? We know, we were there!
- Zahav the new restaurant from Michael Solomonov and Steven Cook gets its own blog.
- Our first restaurant eyeball bender. We should do that again, don’t you think?
- Foie gras protester doused with coffee, we giggle with glee.
- Locavore is named word of the year.
- Chester county loves beer variety just as much as its city brethren.
- Alison Barshak announces plans to open a new restaurant and creates a blog to document the process.
- After a night of drinking you most definitely need a late night bite.
- The revolving chefs couldn’t stop Silk City from getting a solid two bells.
- Speaking of two bells, Craig LaBan explains why there are so many of them.