Nothing beats a festive centerpiece for the dining room table when it comes to holiday hosting.
by Regina Marie | 11/17/22
Did you ever wonder who in the world first came up with the idea of stuffing a bird? It was divine inspiration, no doubt.
by Kathryn Evangelista | 11/17/22
With so many tragedies and horrors on the front pages of every major newspaper and the 11 p.m. TV news, it is reassuring to know that there are also uplifting stories.
by Len Lear | 11/3/22
Most of us would consider owning and operating a restaurant that is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner an exhausting full-time job.
by Len Lear | 7/28/22
Tamarindo’s, whose comfort food is as comfortable as a pair of flat shoes, is named for the tamarind, a fruit common in the Yucatán.
by Len Lear | 5/18/22
Now, after 20 years of honing his craft in many fine restaurants, Hosey is using his skills to encourage others to make vegan or vegetarian choices.
by Len Lear | 5/4/22
For the past three years in the pages of the Chestnut Hill Local, I have been so fortunate to be able to write about what I love most: food.
by April Lisante | 3/31/22
The spritely, energetic woman with the empathetic, crystal-blue eyes is a rock star of sorts in Warsaw, well-known for her kids’ cooking school Little Chef – and for the nonprofit Recipe for Independence, an organization that has helped feed some of the more than two million refugees who’ve crossed the border into Poland since war broke out Feb. 24 in the Ukraine.
by April Lisante | 3/24/22
Since the Mt. Airy institution opened in July 1936 down on Germantown Ave., not even World War II was able to dampen decades of spirited St. Patty’s celebrations at the neighborhood tavern like the arrival of COVID.
by April Lisante | 3/17/22
When posting to Yelp, remember that your reviews have the power to make or break a local restaurant that, quite frankly, needs all our support right now.
by April Lisante | 3/2/22