What recipes do you use on the grill? Do you let the marination sit for 3-4 hours or leave in the fridge overnight?
Summer is here and the grills are out. Personally, I enjoy the marinates meats such as chicken, lamb, and fish overnight. The process does require more time and effort. The results are incredible. The taste of the marination in the meat is strong. Furthermore, the meats are crispy on the outside and moist on the inside.
What’s your cooking preference? Share your tips with the community below.
Last night, my love and I walked 13 blocks in search for dessert. To our surprise, everything was closed around 9pm! On a Tuesday night, we were surprised we could not even enter a cafe!
We walked all the way to the Italian market from South Street…still nothing. My love kept saying I would urge to go further and everything would still be closed. I kept trusting my intuition and found an interesting small location.
I noticed a lady sitting inside and listening to music. I asked if the location was open and she responded as long as she is there. I noticed from the outside, the time of closing said 9pm. The time was 10:30pm.
We were in luck…the second question was more challenging. What to order?
The lady was the owner and we spoke back and forth for suggestions. Within a few minutes, my love and I ordered dark almond chocolate crepe, guava strawberry lassi and vanilla honey lavender lassi. They crepe and food were delicious. Shout out to Lisa for taking care of us! 😀
Check out Chef Ed Harris on cooking a Asian Noodle Salad. What’s your favorite salad and how do you cook it? Share your tips below… Great job on the recipe video Ed! 😀
Here’s a flashback video from 2 years ago on the night market in Philly shot at the Italian Market district.
A few days ago, I stopped by Philly’s Night Market located in Olde City on 3rd and Arch street. How was the crowd? There were lots of people! Perhaps that’s an understatement….thousands of people! There were so many people that lines ran to a continuous form.
My friends and I were excited and amazed to observe the creativity behind the food trucks. There were more than 85 food trucks expanding 8 city blocks long. Ranging from cup cake truck to arepas, there was no shortage of creativity. To our surprise, there were three yards beer stands serving draft beers to the thirsty customers.
In the end, my friends and I decided to stop by a Irish pub called Plough and the Stars on 2nd and Chestnut. The weather was nice and we were able to enjoy our local drafts. That was a pleasant experience….4 of us drinking, eating, and talking about the current change in the world.