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FOOD
November 23, 2011
When Jose Garces opened Garces Trading Company in 2009, the branding opportunities were endless. Garces coffee! Garces honey! Garces macarons! Now, through a partnership with chocolatier Chris Curtin of Éclat, we get cocoa with a touch of Iron Chef. The milk chocolate with warming mole amarillo is a natural pairing, while others, such as porcini, thyme, and white chocolate, are less intuitive but still intriguing.   - Ashley Primis Garces Trading Company chocolate bars, $8 at Garces Trading Company and online, 1111 Locust St., 215-574-1099, garcestradingcompany.com
NEWS
July 1, 2010 | By Michael Klein, Inquirer Columnist
Great 30th birthday gift for an ambitious TV anchor: Rise from Market No. 17 to 4. CBS3 has hired Erika von Tiehl , turning 30 Wednesday, from CBS's Miami stations to fill the morning seat next to Ukee Washington . ( Liz Keptner's old job.) Von Tiehl, a Pasadena, Calif., native, told me that she started seven years ago, fresh out of Loyola Marymount, working out of a "single-wide trailer next to a cow pasture" in Eureka, Calif. (TV market No. 195). Two years later, she was in Buffalo (No. 52)
NEWS
March 28, 2012
Opening: Preview, Monday-May 24; grand opening, May 25. Size: 6.3 million square feet, 47 stories on 20 acres. Cost: $2.4 billion. Guest rooms and suites: 1,898 (all rooms have ocean views). Smoking policy: 100 percent smoke-free. Spa: 31,000 square feet. Retail: 55,000 square feet. Theaters: Two, with capacity for 5,050 and 700 seats, respectively. Nightclubs: Two. Day clubs: One, featuring performance deck, cabanas and saltwater pool (42,000 square feet of space)
ENTERTAINMENT
May 11, 2012 | By Lauren McCutcheon, Daily News Staff Writer
IN THE FOOD business, there's not much that's trendier than a food truck. Maybe gluten-free pastry. Or garlic scapes. Or waiters with mustaches. That's about it. Breakfast through dinner, mobile culinary units have in recent years multiplied nationwide. In our town, the campuses of Temple, Drexel and Penn have long been home to falafel, kielbasa and soul-food vendors. Today, they also host trucks and carts serving gourmet grilled cheeses, breakfast tacos, pork bulgogi and vegan banh mi. Last year, LOVE Park became a temporary residence to a mess of mostly newbie trucks proffering wood-grilled pizza, custom burgers, Trinidadian doubles, single-origin coffee, red velvet cupcakes and "Iron Chef"-approved tacos.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 27, 2011
_ Two cooks in the kitchen will be just right Wednesday, as award-winning culinary writer Jessica Harris collaborates with Geechee Girl Rice Café (6825 Germantown Ave., 215-843-8113) chef/owner Valerie Erwin on a four-course BYOB dinner that will include Senegalese Chicken Yassa and Harris' Leg of Lamb with Rosemary and Lavender. Dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. $55, including tax and tip. Reservations are required. Harris is in town to speak about her latest book, "High on the Hog: A culinary journey from Africa to America," at the Central Library (1901 Vine St., 215-567-4341)
ENTERTAINMENT
May 16, 2010
1. Jack Osbourne , The Osbournes 2. Kelly Osbourne , The Osbournes 3. Kim Kardashian , Keeping Up With the Kardashians 4. Kourtney Kardashian , Keeping Up With the Kardashians 5. Paris Hilton , The Simple Life 6. Heidi Klum , Project Runway 7. Tim Gunn , Project Runway 8. Jillian Michaels , The Biggest Loser 9. Danny Bonaduce , Breaking Bonaduce ...
ENTERTAINMENT
October 14, 2011 | BY CARY DARLING, McClatchy Newspapers
AS AIRY as meringue and as sweet as a chocolate confection, the British foodie comedy "Toast" certainly goes down easily. Based on a memoir by English food writer Nigel Slater, this slight but whimsically enjoyable film charts his coming-of-age as a food enthusiast and gay youth, both of which were pretty difficult in mid-'60s Britain. Oscar Kennedy plays the preteen Nigel, a precocious kid with an interest in cooking even though his mother's idea of dinner is canned vegetables and toast.
FOOD
October 8, 2009
  Craig LaBan: Jose's ever-growing and multi-belled restaurant empire (Amada, Tinto, Distrito, Chifa, Village Whiskey) is a chat-room's favorite. But this visit is timely, because Sunday was the debut episode of his quest to become the Food Network's Next Iron Chef . Garces handily won the first challenge, to create a comfort food starter, with an Ecuadorian stew of annatto chicken broth and queso fresco. Things got scary in the next round with the some frightening ingredients ranging from duck tongues to unlaid chicken eggs.
NEWS
August 7, 1999 | by David Bianculli, New York Daily News
They're treasures amid the trash - great television shows smack in the middle of that vast programming wasteland called summer. Impossible, you say? Think again. Before you channel-surf, give a look at these shows: "Nightline in Primetime," ABC, 10 p.m. Thursdays. This is "Nightline" with a twist. Host Ted Koppel turns to inventive correspondent Robert Krulwich to present a series of prime-time programs exploring how man and technology interact. And don't expect your typical "Nightline.
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