Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Inquirer Daily News


The taste of the little indigo marbles with tart and creamy pink interiors is unforgettable, a burst of July sun on the Jersey Pinelands.
Here's a savory bowl that will keep you busy: detaching tender steamed clams from their shells, chewing bits of softened, garlicky sausage and spicy cabbage, slurping a delicious broth that is almost guaranteed to spot the shirt front of any eater whose chin is not directly over the plate. And don't forget the toasted bread for dipping. We found garlic sausage at Whole Foods Markets.
Over the July Fourth weekend, Lemon Hill in Fairmount Park was alive with the sounds and smells of grilling.
Summer just screams for beer and fruit. In the heat of a long July weekend, there are few things we crave like juicy fruit and cold beer. At summer gatherings...
Nine times out of 10, shopping at an ethnic grocery store is bound to save you some major cash. However, a few products in these stores may not be worth the bargain!
I could eat soup every day and summer is no exception. But who wants a rich, hot soup when it’s blazing hot outside? That’s where gazpacho...
If you close your eyes, you can imagine you are wending your way through the crowded streets of the casbah, with the camels and the open-air markets and the heady aroma of tagines cooking over charcoal fires.