The Foobooz Weekly Digest
Following the recipe recommended by the WHO, several distilleries in the Philadelphia area have started making hand sanitizer to meet the need of healthcare providers.
We’re now in Week 3 of Philadelphia’s coronavirus response. We’re doing our best to keep you up-to-date with all the food news you need as the city changes in response to the crisis. Here’s what you need to know.
Tamworth Distilling, Bluebird Distilling, Boardroom Spirits, Revivalist Gin, and Faber Liquors have all pivoted to producing hand sanitizer, in response to the recipe recommended by the World Health Organization. If you’re interesting in buying hand sanitizer in support of these efforts to offer resources to hospitals and doctors’ offices, head to Art in the Age, where you can purchase sanitizer from Faber and Tamworth’s. Boardroom’s sanitizer is available for pick-up at their Lansdale distillery, and you’ll receive a free container with any liquor delivery. Bluebird is donating all of their sanitizer to hospitals and doctor’s offices, as is Revivalist.
Last week, Alex published a piece reminding us that this crisis isn’t easy for Philly’s big restaurant groups, either.
A simple recipe to help turn all those cans of black beans into dinner, from Jose Garces.
Feel-good Philly food stories, as an antidote to the madness.
From Food & Wine Pro, everything restaurants need to know about talking to their landlords.
A very useful guide to how to clean your groceries when you get home from the store.
All of us, just out here baking to calm our nerves.
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