I've complained for years about the over-hopping of IPAs as the West Coast style took over American craft-beer culture in increasingly exaggerated examples.
Dumplings, noodles, and rice balls are among the traditional foods eaten for the Lunar New Year.
Restaurants in Old City and Northern Liberties are celebrating pisco, the South American brandy.
After nine successful years, the restaurant indeblue is closing in Collingswood but will keep its outpost in Center City's 13th Street dining corridor. Some South Jersey communities, Collingswood included, hope to persuade the restaurant to open a new location within their borders as well.
Last night of service will be Feb. 23.
D.G. Yuengling & Son, Inc. recently filed a trademark application for "Philly Special" and is considering applying the phrase to one of its beers. It is the sixth company or person to seek the trademark since the Super Bowl.
A high-quality sheep's milk Pecorino Romano deserves just as much consideration for your pasta as Parmigiano-Reggiano.
"It's much more than the all-you-can-eat Amish buffets we used to hear about."
Campbell Soup Co. posted another quarter of weak financial results, as soup sales fell because of a problem with a major customer and its Campbell's Fresh unit continued to struggle. Pepperidge Farm was a bright spot.
German craft brewing, with both new American influences and a back-to-tradition push, will be pouring on display at the seventh annual Philly Bierfest.
The forthcoming Winter Games are an opportunity to explore the bold, spicy flavors of South Korean food.
The new job is four blocks and, in some respects, a world away from Aldine.
Options, alas, are few. The restaurant biz runs tight margins, and fresh seafood's costs are flukey.