Around the Web: Pies, Fare, El Rey Lunch and Local Cheese Plates

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Adam Erace demands we immediately eat the pie at Cafe Estelle. Sounds like a plan to us. [Meal Ticket[1]]

Mac & Cheese checks out the new Fare on Fairmount Avenue where vegetables certainly don’t take a back seat. [Mac & Cheese[2]]

We agree with Midtown Lunch, the $10 express lunch at El Rey is a deal worth partaking in. [Midtown Lunch[3]]

Philly Phoodie rolls out to Trenton to check out De Lorenzo’s tomato pie and it looks out of this world. [Philly Phoodie[4]]

Two Eat Philly’s food crush on Peter McAndrews only grows as they check out the $34 Turista menu at Modo Mio. [Two Eat Philly[5]]

Ashley Primis tips us off to the fresh and local cheese plates available at the Fair Food Farmstand in the Reading Terminal Market. A plate for 10 will set you back $50. [Philadelphia Inquirer[6]]

Living on the Vedge makes sure to get to Horizons one last time before it closes this Saturday. The Crunchy Korean Seitan Tacos sure look good. [Living on the Vedge[7]]

Endnotes:
  1. Meal Ticket: http://www.citypaper.net/blogs/mealticket/EAT-THIS-IMMEDIATELY-Pie-at-Cafe-Estelle.html
  2. Mac & Cheese: http://macandcheesereview.blogspot.com/2011/06/fare.html
  3. Midtown Lunch: http://midtownlunch.com/philadelphia/2011/06/20/fancy-mexican-i-am-actually-ok-with-at-el-rey/
  4. Philly Phoodie: http://www.phillyphoodie.com/2011/06/de-lorenzo-tomato-pie.html
  5. Two Eat Philly: http://http://twoeatphilly.blogspot.com/2011/06/modo-mio.html
  6. Philadelphia Inquirer: http://articles.philly.com/2011-06-23/news/29694868_1_plate-dairies-seasonal-fruit
  7. Living on the Vedge: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/livingonthevedge/Morl/~3/ud9hC7e-FYY/horizons-next-course.html

Source URL: https://www.phillymag.com/foobooz/2011/06/29/around-the-web-pies-fare-el-rey-lunch-and-local-cheese-plates/