FOOD > THINK LOCAL

By Dan Packel

Paris Chocolate in Philly

For Antoine Amrani, as a young boy in Paris, the dream was about making chocolate. He appears to have realized that dream, having just opened up his own chocolate factory in East Norriton, just outside of Norristown.

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Posted Oct. 16, 2009 | Comments: 5

FOOD > THINK LOCAL

By Dan Packel

Philadelphia Distilling: More Than Bluecoat

Luckily for Philly, Rob Cassell found a way to get past early challenges to start turning out Bluecoat Gin in April 2006. That blue glass bottle has become ubiquitous wherever mixologists turn out labor-intensive cocktails.

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Posted Oct. 2, 2009 | Comments: 1

FOOD > THINK LOCAL

By Dan Packel

A Moveable Feast

If you've visited the Fair Food Farmstand in the Reading Terminal Market, and you’ve found coolers filled with raw milk, pasture-raised eggs and humanely raised meats. But what you probably haven't done is ask about the story behind these locally produced items. That's about to change.

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Posted Sep. 17, 2009 | Comments: 2

FOOD > THINK LOCAL

By Dan Packel

Beekeeping at Bartram’s

Bartram’s Garden, the pre-revolutionary home of naturalist John Bartram, is an unlikely location to begin with. Located next to a housing project in Southwest Philadelphia, the unassuming entrance masks Bartram’s stone house, the historic garden and the woods along the river. Even more unlikely are the five sets of beehives tended by local beekeepers.

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Posted Jul. 31, 2009 | Comments: 0

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PW's Year of Beer: Free Will Peach Lambic
By Eric San Juan

With the tartness in the aroma, incredibly light body, and touches of white wine and oak mixed with sour peach you’ll get in each sip

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Dining critic on Helm: ‘One of the best pastas I’ve had in 2015’
By Brian Freedman

The food achieves the elusive goal of being honest, exciting, and bracingly creative while always remaining as delicious on the tongue as it is thrilling to the intellect.

FOOD > REVIEWS

Want some hot K-pop with your hot fried chicken? Try Bonchon
By Brian Freedman

Korean favorites like bibimbob and bulgogi repose on the menu alongside more Japanese-style dishes like salmon teriyaki.

FOOD > REVIEWS

Taste this ASAP: Morimoto's famous Mary Jane Brownie
By Sheena Lester

The wicked favorite by pastry chef Thomas McCarthy will make your heart sing—and no, not just ‘cause of the hemp seeds he’s so craftily utilizing.