The many and much-used utensils of Philadelphia food maven Julie Dannenbaum will be sold to benefit the cooks of the future.
Serving all local foods isn't easy, and even restaurants rising to the challenge have to make exceptions. (Coffee, anyone?)
The grocer was late to a fair-food pact. Amid threats of protests, it came around.
They have recipes that are potential money-makers, but say they're stymied in setting up businesses by the city's unpalatable regulations.
If the star of the feast presents a problem, hotlines, websites, and broadcasts can help.
Dianna Marder joined the Inquirer staff in 1985, covering crime, courts and city hall before moving to the Features section where she writes about the many facets of food.