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ENTERTAINMENT
September 22, 2011 | BY LAUREN McCUTCHEON, mccutch@phillynews.com 215-854-5991
FOOTBALL, EVERYBODY from Domino's to Doritos will tell you, isn't only about winning, losing or playing the game. It's about how much junk food fans can consume from approximately two hours before coin toss until the final pom-pom wave. It's about cheesesteaks and hoagies and cookouts and all-u-can-drink beer. Garden salads need not apply. So it's seemed odd for the past eight years that when it came to handheld grub, Lincoln Financial Field never, well, satisfied. It wasn't that the fast fare wasn't there - by the end of last season, Chickie's and Pete's was selling crab fries from eight locations - it just seemed hard to find.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 26, 2012
Champagne and hors d'oeuvres are in order from 5-8 p.m. Friday as Weavers Way Co-op ( weaversway.coop ) holds an open house to celebrate the co-op's new wellness and pet supply store, Weavers Way Across the Way, at 608-610 Carpenter Lane. It's across from Weavers Way's Mt. Airy store, currently undergoing renovations. Street food enthusiasts have narrowed the field a bit, but there are still difficult choices to be made as 12 food-truck vendors compete in the Philadelphia Vendys, 3-7 p.m. Saturday?
ENTERTAINMENT
November 29, 2012
What is it?: This imaginative food truck offers up unique dishes comprising fresh produce, meats, and cheeses from sustainable Philadelphia area farms. On the menu are soups, salads and sandwiches for $4 - $8, and desserts for less than $5. Menu: Being more of a grilled cheese and french fries person, I have to be convinced, cajoled, sometimes even tricked into sampling more healthy fare than is typically found on the kids menu at a local diner. But as soon as I rolled up on Yumtown I was sold.
NEWS
September 19, 2003 | By James M. O'Neill INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Mike Ioannou's sudden death a few weeks ago punched a sizable hole in the community fabric of Temple University. Ioannou wasn't a dean, or an esteemed professor, or a big donor, or a celebrated alumni. Every morning at 4:30, when students were sleeping off exam angst or a beer buzz, Ioannou and his wife, Hope, rolled their food truck up to the curb on Broad Street, outside Temple's law school. There, they began to dispense coffee, egg sandwiches, Hope's delectable soups, and, most important, a genuine curiosity about the lives of those who lined up on the sidewalk.
NEWS
October 4, 2013
What to eat: Ice pops! Any of them. They're all good. The truck: Bright and striped, the Lil' Pop Shop truck is the mobile arm of Jeanne Chang's brick-and-mortar operations in West and South Philly. The truck's selection of fresh, handcrafted ice pops is seasonal and always changing. The details: We tracked the truck down at the Navy Yard and were particularly impressed by the coconut cherry lime - made with juicy cherries, not the dead, flavorless cherries you'd find in store-bought ice cream, for example.
NEWS
October 18, 2013
UNDRGRND DONUTS What you'll find: Delicious doughnuts. Custom doughnuts, if that's your thang. Michael Ostrofsky, owner and "chief doughnut engineer," is willing to get crazy when it comes to doughnut creations. "The other day, a girl came up with vanilla with mango swirl and coconut," said Ostrofsky, whose truck has a flat-screen TV that was playing reruns of "The Ren & Stimpy Show" when we stopped by. Choose your own dunks, swirls, toppings and dusts to create the doughnut of your dreams.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 12, 2012
What's to eat? Real South Philly Italian sandwiches: Slick Nick ($6.50), breaded chicken cutlet with spinach or broccoli rabe and provolone on a Liscios Bakery roll; the Bella ($6), balsamic chicken with spinach or broccoli rabe and roasted peppers. Plus Italian pork, homemade meatballs, Maglio sausage ($5.50-$7.50). Get the picture? Find it: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday and Friday at LOVE Park, Tuesday at 8th and Poplar, Thursday at Drexel (33rd and Arch). Call: 215-252-1677.
NEWS
June 25, 1997 | By Macarena Hernandez, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The asphalt was so hot yesterday that it burned right through his white sneakers. So hot that Willie Williams was reminded of the days long ago when he used to work the cotton fields in his native Rocky Mount, N.C. Williams, a Center City parking lot attendant, was one of the many people in the city yesterday sweating another day at work. The temperature hovered around 90 degrees, the National Weather Service said, and officials issued warnings about the excessive heat. The sun was bright, even for Williams, 49, who began working in the Carolina fields when he was 6. "You sweat all day long and that takes a lot out of you," he said as he stood in the middle of a sea of cars at 15th and Cherry Streets.
FOOD
February 22, 2013
Here is an excerpt from Craig LaBan's online chat: Craig LaBan: First, a big congrats goes out to all the local chefs and restaurateurs who were nominated as national semifinalists for James Beard Foundation Awards: Vernick Food and Drink (best new restaurant); Marc Vetri (outstanding chef); Vetri (oustanding service); Fountain Restaurant (outstanding service); Franklin Mortgage & Investment Co. (outstanding bar program); Andre Chin and Amanda Eap, Artisan Boulanger Patissier (outstanding pastry chef)
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