Much more than the Mason-Dixon Line divides the North and the South, with cuisine preferences being a key distinction
For this week’s recipe, Lillian Green ended her submission e-mail with the directive ENJOY.
Lent commenced two weeks ago, meaning that every Friday through April 3 will find Christians clamoring for quality fish dishes.
More than a year ago, a devastating fire forced Hawthornes, one of South Philly’s most beloved Sunday brunch spots, to close. It re-opened about two months ago, and I quickly placed it on my list.
When I was growing up, my family often went to Chinatown for dinner on Sunday. Wonton soup, egg rolls, chow mein, shrimp and lobster sauce with ice cream for dessert were the usual tasty suspects.
A nasty bout of the flu kept me housebound for more than a week.