Chef Jezabel Careaga

Jezabel’s Studio Argentine Tea Parlor Philadelphia

Jezabel’s Studio Argentine Tea Parlor Philadelphia

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Chef Jezabel Careaga - Native of northwestern Argentina bakes some of the best empanadas in the city.2536 Pine Street, (267) 519-2494,;

Her entrepreneurial spirit has taken her all the way from South America to Philadelphia, where she’s made a name for herself as one of the most authentic Argentine bakers in town. In addition to the empanadas, served with her signature chimichurri, Careaga’s specialties include scratch-made sweets like alfajores and medialunas. Outside cooking, Careaga is an accomplished woodworker and designer who has built furniture and fixtures for her shops; shoppers can actually purchase original wares at her West Philly location.

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