Mildred Lloyd-Henderson has served as a loyal contributor to this publication for years, so on account of her recent submission, the South Philly Review has the conviction to call her “The Belle of the Balls.”
This week’s outreach from Girard Estate dweller Diane Pecca found her proclaiming that her Southern One Pot Clam Bake “will disappear as soon as it hits the plate.” Such admirable certainty!
In the note that accompanied her recipe, the Point Breeze denizen emphatically stated “This is our favorite!”
Tis the season to love produce, fa la la la la, la la la la.
Dating back to the 18th century, pound cake has definitely put in the time in proving itself a delicious dessert option.
Few people wait until the calendar confirms the arrival of summer, with most individuals making their dietary choices reflective of the season’s ease long before June 20 hits.
Graduation season has hit us, and while scholars have certainly merited some monetary rewards, a nutritional treat would certainly prove a wonder for eyes and stomachs, too.
This time of year yields many benefits, including the growth of delicious vegetables.
A visit to sanobymichaelscipione.com gives perusers an immediate taste of the culinary philosophy of overseer Michael Scipione, who declares “Some live to eat … I love to cook.”
A month from tomorrow, the third season of the year will arrive, and many locals will look for easy dishes to prepare for home-situated meals or social occasions.