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Chef Omar Tate’s Plans for Philly Go Well Beyond Food

He caught the attention of the restaurant scene with a roving pop-up called Honeysuckle that explores and celebrates the Black American food experience. Now he’s […]

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Meet the Startup Founders Fighting Food Waste, One Avocado at a Time

Sheetal Bahirat just wanted to make some guacamole — a lot of guacamole. “I had peeled and pitted an entire case of avocados,” she explains, […]

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Food & Wine Names Kalaya One of America’s Best New Restaurants

We’ve been singing Kalaya’s praises for a while, even before it was nominated for a James Beard award for Best New Restaurant. Now, Food & […]

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You Can Now Order Pre-Made Healthy Salads on GoPuff

At the start of the coronavirus lockdown, goPuff quickly transformed its reputation as a snacks and party supplies delivery service to an “essentials” service, transporting […]

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Philly Chefs Host Food Drive to Feed Underserved Communities

As the City of Philadelphia aims all of its resources at squashing protests against police brutality and the murder of George Floyd, many Philadelphians are […]

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Philadelphia Black-Owned Restaurants You Can Order From Right Now

Publicly showing your support for Black Lives Matter is an important first step in supporting black lives. The black squares many people posted onto Instagram […]

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Camille Cogswell Named One of Food & Wine’s Best New Chefs

For the first time in far too long, a Philly chef has been named to Food & Wine magazine’s list of Best New Chefs. Camille […]

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Philly Restaurants Offering DIY Meal Kits That’ll Ease You Into This Whole Home Cooking Thing

Restaurants continue to evolve to give us what we want, whether that means food delivered prepared to your door, or a kit of ingredients to […]

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This Fiore Fine Foods Soup Recipe Is a Delicious Way to Use Up Stale Bread

We don’t often write about home cooking, but with restaurants reduced to takeout-only options, we want to continue to commune with our readers over food, […]

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Sunday Night Is the Best Night to Dine Out in Philly

Late winter is a weird time for restaurant dining. The crush of the holidays is long-gone, and people are mostly done with New Years’ resolutions. […]

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New Fast-Casual Spot Vegan-ish Offers Healthy Alternatives in West Philly

At Vegan-ish, just north of Girard Avenue on 52nd Street, you can order delicious veggie options like a chickpea burger samosa, fried brussels sprouts, and […]

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Vietnamese Coffee, Gelato, and Other Women-Made Artisan Goods to Stock Up on Now

This article is one part of our look at how women are reshaping Philly’s food scene. Read more here. 1. Lumache by Pasta Lab Gina […]

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8 Women-Owned Fast Casual Restaurants in Philly

This article is one part of our look at how women are reshaping Philly’s food scene. Read more here. El Merkury Sofia Deleon brought her […]

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Women Are the Driving Force Behind Philly’s Wine Renaissance

This article is one part of our look at how women are reshaping Philly’s food scene. Read more here. This is a beer town, first […]

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Women Are the Future of Philly’s Food Scene

Traditionally, historically (and for all the wrong reasons), professional kitchens have been a man’s game. But times change, and so has the industry. Now, women […]