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Little Fish

When it opened a number of years ago, Little Fish instantly became a magnet for fish lovers throughout the city. The small space had seating for about 22 guests, with a BYOB policy. The cranky chef cooked whatever he wanted, but the food was always delicious, and the use of seasonal ingredients was most important.

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Kathleen’s Spicy Stuffed Peppers

Many of us possess the ability to become incredibly hungry when reading the ingredients to a recipe, imagining how they will mesh to produce a perfect meal or treat.

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A full feeling

Each Wednesday, Restaurant Neuf, 943 S. Ninth St., offers three-course meals from its full menu for $35, drinks not included.

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Fitzwater Street Philly Bagels’ Chicken Salad Deluxe

Living in Hawaii when father Michael expressed a need for help, he returned to the East Coast and became yet another beacon for the Wagner clan’s connection to bagel sales.

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Roe’s Easy Cheese Danish

History holds that danish began due to an 1850 strike among Denmark’s bakery workers, with recipes from their Austrian replacements helping to inspire the returning employees to tinker with their own pastry creations.

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Perla

When I read last year that chef Lou Boquila was to open a Filipino restaurant in South Philly, I kept checking online and in the papers for its opening.

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Decorative decision

At 5:30 p.m. Sept. 21 and 11:30 a.m. Sept. 25, Vanilya Bakery, 1611 E. Passyunk Ave., will host a kids’ cake decorating class.

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A merged menu

Tonight at 7 p.m., chefs Joe Cicala and Jeremy Nolen will team up at the latter’s Whetstone Tavern, 700 S. Fifth St., for a dinner that will celebrate Italy’s German-influenced northern regions.

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Debbie’s Famous Roasted Peppers

It never hurts to gain acclaim for something worthwhile, and, judging by this week’s submission, one can say that Debbie Robb is proud to proclaim that her roasted peppers recipe has helped her to gain positive renown.

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The Living Room Cafe’s The Preston

Sharing a conversation with Zachary Scott grants one with an occasion to explore the passion for his vocation that he has honed since adolescence and the enthusiasm for true connections that has motivated his 35-year existence.

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