Believe it or not, Marlo Dilks, one half of the mastermind creation team behind SliCE, wasn’t a big fan of pizza growing up in South Philadelphia.
When one engages in mocking, hurt feelings usually arise, but in the culinary world, where so many people are looking to optimize their health without sacrificing taste, altering customary definitions of dishes has become commonplace and leads to smiling faces and trimmer waistlines.
Through Dec. 24, Federal Donuts, which has a local location at 1219 S. Second St., is offering a Hanukkah special.
On a cold winter’s day about a year ago, I began to do some research on the number of Vietnamese restaurants in Philadelphia.
Ten years ago, New York City businessman Danny Meyer, who made his reputation in fine high end dining, came up with a simple restaurant concept.
After days of cooking for Rosh Hashana, I was able to get out of the kitchen and enjoy Sunday brunch. Sam’s Morning Glory Diner, Sabrina’s Cafe, Hawthornes and Kraftwork are some of my favorites that I return to regularly because the fare is consistently good.