Philadelphia, PA - Why Kennett Square Is the Mushroom Capital of the World - The first person to introduce the cultivation of mushrooms in the town was William Swayne, a Quaker who had been growing carnations for years. Swayne, a mushroom enthusiast, began growing mushrooms to utilize space under elevated beds. After importing mushroom spawn from Europe, he began experimenting. Today, Kennett holds an annual Mushroom Festival in early September.
Philadelphia, PA - The owners of Tinas Tacos in Philadelphia now have a second restaurant in Florence, New Jersey. The new restaurant is owned by Darshak Pendem. It's a vibrant and trendy taqueria offering fusion street-style Mexican food in a sports bar setting with a solid beer selection. Opening a second location in New Jersey is great news for the restaurant's customers and owners.
Philadelphia, PA - If you are a foodie, you've probably heard about the new Netflix series Street Food: Latin America. The show focuses on street food from Latin American countries and is perfect for those who want to get to know the region's cuisine in a fun and informative way. While the previous seasons focused on popular dishes of urban Asia, this new season focuses on the tastes and sights of Latin America.
Philadelphia, PA - Chocolate and vanilla lovers might be shocked when they see that the strawberry milkshake is the most popular milkshake across the country. The creamy blend of strawberries and ice cream was the number one milkshake in 10 U.S. states. States like California, Illinois, and Louisiana are a few of the places that have strawberry milkshake fanatics. As reported by RTAOutdoorLiving.com.