Molly’s Pies

by Amanda Ruzann When was the last time you had a really good baked good? The kind that makes you close your eyes when the richness of the butter hits your tongue. The kind that when you unwrap it, the smell automatically brings you back to your grandma’s kitchen. It’s been a while, hasn’t it.
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Cheese Plate of the Week February 25th 2008

Humboldt Fog: Goat, Humboldt County, California-Perhaps the most recognizable of all American farmstead cheese, Humboldt Fog is made in Cypress Grove by Mary Keehn. A layer of ash, representing the fog that rolls through Humboldt County every morning, contributes to the aesthetics. Of the numerous awards and recognitions it has received, perhaps the most noble
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Upstairs @ Di Bruno’s, Fine Food Served Fast

by Jennifer Leighton, Upstairs @ Di Bruno’s Team Leader If you live work in the Rittenhouse area as I do, you are certainly surrounded by fabulous choices to eat lunch. This area has become home to Philadelphia’s top chefs and restaurateurs. There are many cafés to choose from and some of my favorites are located
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Flowers to Enhance Customer Service

Mariana Levandovski We understand that the official day of Spring is March 20th, and yes, even though it is only mid-February someone needs to get you ready for when it finally does arrive. And what better way to welcome Spring than with those delicately colored fragrant floral bouquets. And with what better reason to purchase
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Fee Bros. Bitters and Cocktail Mixes

by Scott Case Before I begin, I should point out that I am relatively new to the world of cocktails. No, I didn’t just turn 21 (I wish! At nearly 30, I’ve been drinking “the hard stuff” for some time now). But I did grow up in a house where my parents split a Coors
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Éclat Chocolate

by Scott Case Today, Christopher Curtin is proud to share his art and experience with you through Éclat Chocolate, but his journey to become a Master Chocolatier began over two decades ago. He set out from Madison, Wisconsin to the House of le Companion du Devoir, the premier guild for Pastry Chefs in France. It
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The Six Second Cheese

by Josh Kaplan Any patron of the DiBruno Brothers cheese shop has heard at least one suggestion ad infinitum. “You should eat that at room temperature”, has become my mantra. Indeed, the imperative to keep cheese refridgerated directly effects how it’s immediate flavor on the pallet. It is rare that a is best enjoyed slightly
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All About Pate

by Dan Taylor Hello food lovers, haters, don’t care-ers and just got lost and found this post by accident….ers. I’m writing here because it’s come to my attention that a rather large amount of people have trouble when it comes to classifying and dealing with a certain type of food. This product is a staple
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Cheese Plate of the Week January 28th 2008

Aged Triple Cream Goat:Goat, Hudson Valley, NY-A rich texture paired with a buttery, clean flavor separates this goat from your traditional chevre. While its charms are in its delicate flavors, the result is a cheese with obvious attractions that can be enjoyed as part of a cheese plate before or after dinner. Bitto della Valtellina:
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Art and Salami

by Angelo Colavita As a writer, an artist, I understand that the creative process is in every sense an evolution of ideas. We are given a foundation, a set of rules and frameworks to build upon, thus facilitating the evolution of our craft. This gives our work personality, style, and most importantly a voice. This
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