Philadelphia, PA - Are you aware Philadelphia has more colleges and universities than any other city in the U.S.? And with that, comes Graduation Season to the city’s premier restaurants. We recently talked to expert party planner, Lindsey McClaren for insider tips about organizing the ideal graduation celebration, from personal experiences to more vibrant gatherings. Just in time, Temple Graduation is coming up fast followed closely by Penn and then later - Drexel.
Philadelphia, PA - The Philadelphia Cheesesteak, almost everyone is in agreement that the cheesesteak, was first conceived by Pat Olivieri in 1930, and consists of thinly sliced beef together with a crusty on the outside and soft on the inside long-roll.
Philadelphia, PA - The second winter weather ends, Philadelphian's seek out the very best in chilled treats: water ice, definitely one of the region’s most treasured tradition. Basically, a yummy fusion of ice, fruit as well as sweeteners blended thoroughly to a smooth consistency, then scooped into cups all summer long.
Philadelphia, PA - Chef Curtis Stone launched his culinary career at The Savoy Hotel, in his hometown of Melbourne, Australia at the tender age 18. The local European and British culinary chefs he worked with, encouraged him to work abroad to enhance his culinary skills. So, he set off for Europe to experience Italy, France, as well as Spain before turning up in London, England.