If you live or visiting the Philadelphia region, keep in mind there are new upcoming restaurants. From downtown to the suburbs, 2015 will add new varieties of flavors to the historical city. Here’s a link from foobooz blog owned by Phillymag on the new changes. Which of these locations are tempted to try out?
“Part of the secret of success in life is to eat what you like…”
I love the pictures from the Daily Norm, check out his work!
This weekend, rather unbelievably, we will be marking two months since we moved to Mallorca – in some ways surprisingly long, in others surprisingly short. For we have already discovered so much about our incredible home city of Palma de Mallorca – from its winding old town streets, to its hidden tapas gems, nearby sandy beaches and even a cinema showing films in English – that it is hard to accept that we have only been here a mere matter of weeks. But despite many an exploration made, there is still much left to discover, as our recent gastronomic sojourn in the Santa Catalina market demonstrated.
We had heard much about the Mercat de Santa Catalina (or Mercado in Castellan) before we ventured there ourselves. Half the problem was that despite its excellent reputation, we could never quite seem to find the market, despite wandering always close by. But this…
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If you needed another clue that craft-beer-pretender Shock Top is the baby of Big Beer, look no further than these “viral” videos from Canadian ad agency Anomaly that rolled onto Shock Top’s YouTube channel last week. They are just what you might expect from a large corporation (A-B InBev) trying to act like one of the cool kids.
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My friend Shekhar is currently in Costa Rica and enjoying his vacation. In the first picture, there’s a sea bass dish and on the second is chicken fajitas on route 1.
Casado tipico con tilapia y arroz con mariscos (typical Costarican meal and rice with seafood) at Nanku in La Fortuna
In the past week, I have been asked how do I used a crock pot and what recipes do I use. Today, I would like to share a video I came across from youtube in creating Beef Pot Roast. I enjoy using the crock pot because it is simple, cooks delicious food slowly, and easy to clean. Recently, I have cooked lamb curry, beef curry, and chicken tikka masala. What recipes do you use for the slow cooker?
What will you be doing on Christmas? Will you be visiting your family, going on vacation, or hanging out with your friends? As far as the big feast, what are you craving?
After ordering the summer rolls for appetizer, my desire for the main course was brisket and meatballs. I was curious to try something different. In the past, I usually order the seafood pho consisting of shrimp, squid, scallops, mussels, fish cake, and the rest of the ocean critters.
This time I had a different desire. The Brisket and Meatball intrigued me. I ordered a large portion and I was surprised on how large the dish was. I could not finish the dish even though my love calls me an endless pit!
The Pho was soft, chewy and had a off white color to the noodles. The meatballs were tender on the outside and soft and juicy on the inside. As for the Brisket, it was perfectly cooked in my boiling pho dish. There was something missing…. I reached over for the home made chilli paste and dispersed the concentration in my bowl. Alas…content in my pleasurable pursuit for a Pho afternoon dish.
Residents of Philly may not know this however they are spoiled by Vietnamese cuisine. Pho Ha is located between 6th and Washington Avenue in the heart of the Vietnamese District. My love introduced me to this location. For appetizers, we started out with summer rolls. Summer rolls are made with shrimp, rice stick noodles, rice paper wrappers, bean sprouts, mint leaves, basil leaves, cilantro sprigs, Serrano chillies, English cucumber, scallions, and Bibb lettuce leaves.
As for the peanut sauce, its a different story. Peanut butter, water, hoison sauce, lime juice, soy sauce, sugar, chile-garlic paste, garlic and sesame oil.