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NEWS
June 6, 1988 | By SAM GUGINO, Daily News Restaurant Critic
Daniel Samet is a man possessed. He possesses a sense of salesmanship so profound he could convince the 76ers to make the Jeff Ruland trade all over again. He possesses a fervent patriotism such that he is ending his television commercials with "God Bless America. " And he possesses a barbecue sauce, the recipe for which he will not reveal under pain of death - well, maybe extreme torture. Samet owns the Rib Cage, located at 6th and Catherine streets in a kind of no man's land between Queen Village and Bella Vista that Samet explains thusly: "Queen Village can smell me and Bella Vista has the pleasure of having me smoke them to death.
NEWS
July 12, 1993 | by Chuck Arnold, Daily News Staff Writer
It was hotter than your Uncle Bubba's barbecue sauce, but they were still cool like that. Not even a 101-degree temp could stop the style parade of members of African-American fraternities and sororities from all along the East Coast at Saturday's 19th annual Greek picnic. In case you weren't one of the 300,000 who braved the heat for the all-day affair in Fairmount Park, here's what we'll remember most about the scene besides the water bottles and the sweat rags: HOT SHORTS STYLE, GIRL DIVISION.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 14, 1995 | By Gerald Etter, INQUIRER FOOD WRITER
When Isaac Linietsky talks about his confidence in operating a successful kosher restaurant, it sounds as if either Sholom Aleichem or Jackie Mason scripted his lines. "Look," he says, "I was very aware that the kosher dining business doesn't have a real great success rate. I've seen them come and go. But one thing I have that the others didn't have is that I am the owner and chef. "Most of the others had to get a chef. And while the chef might have been an excellent one, he and the owner would have a falling out, and it would be difficult finding another.
NEWS
September 23, 2007
Not every restaurant the Discreet Diner visits deserves five out of five stars. But every restaurant does have something to recommend it. So much is happening on the South Jersey restaurant scene that there really is something for everyone. Always in search of a new place to eat, the Discreet Diner stopped by Elements Cafe in Haddon Heights last week for lunch. I had read about Elements, opened in 2003, online first, and was looking forward to trying a variety of the tapas , Spanish for appetizers or small plates.
FOOD
July 9, 2000 | By Marie Oser, FOR THE INQUIRER
Summertime is here, and everyone wants the living to be easy. When it comes to warm-weather cooking, easy can be a lighter menu and less time spent in a hot kitchen. For the health-conscious cook, new soy-based foods help expand outdoor cooking beyond steaks on the grill. Head to the grill for a meatless barbecue outing, where the star will be Grilled Tempeh Kebabs accompanied by a potato salad alternative I call Creamy Herbed Potato Chill. Tempeh, a hearty soy food originating in traditional Indonesian cuisine, is fiber-rich and a generous source of calcium, B Vitamins and iron.
NEWS
September 3, 2001 | By Kimit Muston
We call it Labor Day - but everybody takes the day off. Shouldn't we be building something, maybe a school or a freeway off-ramp? What would we do on National Relaxation Day? Have a nervous breakdown? The day might better be called TV & Couch Day or Stuck In Traffic On The Way To The Beach-Slash-Stadium-Slash-Mall Day. Or perhaps we should rename this holiday Man Cooks Day, since this is the one day of the year most American men cook for their families. Inside a kitchen, the average American male considers himself a success if he can microwave popcorn without starting a large fire.
NEWS
September 23, 1987 | BY DAVE BARRY
People are frequently amazed at the amount of work I do. "Dave," they say, "here you are, cranking out in a single week the number of columns that many other columnists take a full day to write, and yet you still find the time to drink beer! What is your secret?" The answer is: Time Management. If you expect to succeed in any field of endeavor, you must understand that time is a very precious commodity, like the barbecue sauce they give you at McDonald's when you purchase Chicken McNuggets; it is not something available in plentiful supply in plastic squirt bottles, but rather something doled out sparingly in hard-to-open containers so tiny that since 1983, McDonald's has sold 23.6 million McNuggets, but handed out only five total ounces of barbecue sauce, three ounces of which wound up as indelible stains on my son's shorts.
FOOD
August 2, 2012 | By Jessica Lopez, PHILLY.COM
The Smoke Truck, featuring the barbecue prowess of Mississippian Mark A. Coates, impressed the judges and was named winner of the Vendy Cup at the second annual Vendy Awards Saturday. People's choice winner was Vernalicious - Verna Swerdlow and David Jurkofsky's comfort-fooder - and best dessert honors went to Lil' Pop Shop, Jeanne Chang and Vince Tseng's popsicle company. The winners of both the 2011 and 2012 Philadelphia Vendy Awards will roll into Eakins Oval on Thursday, for the Winners' Oval Event.
FOOD
August 1, 2001 | By RACHEL ROGALA For the Daily News
John Marcelline and Dan Widuch, owners of Two Goodfellas at 4101 Walnut St., may be Philadelphians, but that doesn't stop them from serving a sandwich that has roots elsewhere. Marcelline says his inspiration for their Buffalo Chicken Breast Sandwich came from his love of Buffalo wings, which for those of you unfamiliar, originated in the city of Buffalo, N.Y. The homemade sauce that smothers the breaded chicken cutlet gives the sandwich a hot, sweet tang that tempers well with the blue cheese dressing.
NEWS
October 3, 2002 | By Rusty Pray INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Ronald Kelly Washington, 60, of South Philadelphia, who founded a popular South Street restaurant, died Saturday of pneumonia at Temple University Hospital. Mr. Washington, who underwent a heart transplant in 1999, developed a respiratory infection about three weeks ago, family members said. A man with a head for business and a taste for succulent ribs, Mr. Washington opened Ron's Ribs on South Street in 1984. The eatery is at 1627 South St., the same space that once housed the legendary soul-food restaurant Bea Bea's Lawnside.
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