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March 11, 1991 | by Ron Avery, Daily News Staff Writer
"Soup kitchen" is a term loosely used these days for any nutritional program for the poor. But in the traditional sense of the term, there is only one true soup kitchen left in Philadelphia. At the Kensington Soup Society, founded in 1844, those who bring pots and kettles (no glass containers allowed) can have them filled with hot soup: one 16-ounce ladle per family member and three slices of white bread per person. That's the way it's been done for 147 years in the three-story brick soup house built in 1870 on narrow Crease Street in Fishtown.
NEWS
December 17, 2011
GETTYSBURG - Someone dropped a coin worth about $1,700 into a Salvation Army kettle in central Pennsylvania. Again. A gold South African Krugerrand was discovered Wednesday in a kettle outside a Wal-Mart near Gettysburg. The valuable coin has appeared in Gettysburg-area kettles for several years. But no one knows whom to thank for the generosity. Local Salvation Army unit organizer C.K. Roulette said he was content with the mystery remaining unsolved. He said it added excitement during long, cold hours of bell-ringing.
NEWS
May 19, 2010
IREAD Stu Bykofsky's column about Marianne Bessey being called the "c-word. " Sticks and stones, Stu. And I noticed you cleverly didn't say what your opinion was of Ms. Bessey filing a lawsuit. Don't wanna anger your female readers, I suppose? Lester G. Force III, Marlton, N.J. Although the comment was in poor taste, I don't believe it should be a criminal matter (unless there are additional pieces to the story that were not disclosed). Simply put, words are not actions.
NEWS
June 28, 2010
IDON'T THINK it was right to fire Gen. McChrystal for his comments in Rolling Stone - but what about President Obama's comments about Arizona Gov. Brewer being misguided, etc., for trying to protect the people of her state yet? Obama should talk! Some president! Robert F. Schaffer
NEWS
December 24, 1999 | by Leon Taylor, Daily News Staff Writer
It's a magical, mystical time of year, filled with heartwarming stories about Santa Claus, Rudolph, Scrooge and the Miracle on 34th Street. You may now add to that list of lore the real-life urban mystery surrounding the Golden Coins of Roxborough. For the last four years, an anonymous donor has dropped $50 gold pieces - worth nearly $300 each - into a Salvation Army kettle in Roxborough. "This is the fourth year in a row that this has happened," said Salvation Army spokeswoman Patricia Griffin.
FOOD
January 7, 2010
Choice kettle This Chef'sChoice cordless electric glass kettle model 679 boils water in seconds using less energy than a stove top. It's also designed for right- or left-handed use, and the cord stores neatly in the base. Rustic ceramics These hand-formed, Italian-made ceramic baking dishes have a rustic edge. Safe in the freezer, microwave, and dishwasher, they look great on the table, too. Available in blue, red, and yellow.
NEWS
May 19, 1997 | For The Inquirer / DAN OLESKI
At a workshop on colonial beer brewing, Nancy Reynolds pours hops into a kettle aided by Amelia Garrett, 6, of Lansdale. The event was held Saturday at the Morgan Log House in Kulpsville.
FOOD
March 17, 2011
This smartly simple innovation allows the richness of a French press full-immersion brew, but with the clarity of a paper-filtered drip. A tricky stopper on the bottom holds the brew inside the chamber until it's done steeping, then releases a stream of java like a trap door when it's set atop a cup, a standard paper filter holding the murky sediment behind. - Craig LaBan Clever Dripper, $18, Spruce Street Espresso, 1101 Spruce St., 267-285-6464.       Pour like a pro This beehive-shaped stainless Buono kettle from Hario is essential gear for the hipster barista, with a long and slender spout that allows for slow, precision streaming onto fresh ground coffee in your drip filter (no doubt, a trendy Hario V60)
NEWS
March 24, 2006
IN RESPONSE to the editorial "A Just End" (March 20): Talk about the pot calling the kettle black. (And shouldn't the spelling of "Phildadelphia" be "Philadelphia"?) I wonder after reading this badly written commentary if the Daily News doesn't also need a proofreader. If your spell-check doesn't work, I could certainly use a job because some of the poorly written columns of late need proofing - badly. Nina L. Pettit Philadelphia
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March 3, 2012 | By Carolyn Hax
Question: I love to cook and my family usually loves what I cook. I've cooked for my new boyfriend, and he always says the same thing: "This meal wasn't bad" or "pretty good. " Rarely does he fully compliment it. I know I shouldn't be fishing for compliments (which is exactly what I'm doing), but I'm extra-sensitive because his ex-wife was an amazing cook. Should I cut back on how much I cook for him or should I just pass the comments off as benign? Answer: Think more broadly, please.
NEWS
December 18, 2011 | By Lauren McLane, CARLISLE SENTINEL
No matter how many times it happens, it never gets old. About this time in December - with just a few days until Christmas and the end of Red Kettle season - anonymous people give unexpected donations to the Salvation Army through the kettles. In other years and other locations, people have given diamond rings and gold coins worth thousands of dollars. In Carlisle, Pa., on Friday, someone anonymously donated an 1884 $5 U.S. gold coin to the Salvation Army. Wrapped in a clear protective sleeve - the kind that coin dealers use to display coins without having them subject to being handled - the coin had a value of $575 written on the sleeve.
NEWS
December 17, 2011
GETTYSBURG - Someone dropped a coin worth about $1,700 into a Salvation Army kettle in central Pennsylvania. Again. A gold South African Krugerrand was discovered Wednesday in a kettle outside a Wal-Mart near Gettysburg. The valuable coin has appeared in Gettysburg-area kettles for several years. But no one knows whom to thank for the generosity. Local Salvation Army unit organizer C.K. Roulette said he was content with the mystery remaining unsolved. He said it added excitement during long, cold hours of bell-ringing.
NEWS
December 13, 2011 | By Peter Mucha, Inquirer Staff Writer
Dear Santa Claus, We know what some guys in Northeast Philadelphia deserve this Christmas: A set of handcuffs and slammer time. Three Salvation Army kettles were stolen in recent weeks at two Acmes on Roosevelt Boulevard in the Northeast, according to Randall Thomas, a spokesman for the charity. Each probably contained about $250. A bicycle-riding thief in his late 20s or early 30s even snatched a red kettle - along with the tripod to which it was chained - while racing by the Acme near Solly Avenue, also the site of a second theft.
FOOD
March 17, 2011
This smartly simple innovation allows the richness of a French press full-immersion brew, but with the clarity of a paper-filtered drip. A tricky stopper on the bottom holds the brew inside the chamber until it's done steeping, then releases a stream of java like a trap door when it's set atop a cup, a standard paper filter holding the murky sediment behind. - Craig LaBan Clever Dripper, $18, Spruce Street Espresso, 1101 Spruce St., 267-285-6464.       Pour like a pro This beehive-shaped stainless Buono kettle from Hario is essential gear for the hipster barista, with a long and slender spout that allows for slow, precision streaming onto fresh ground coffee in your drip filter (no doubt, a trendy Hario V60)
NEWS
December 17, 2010 | By Ronnie Polaneczky, Daily News Columnist
AS A SALVATION Army bell-ringer, I learned a few things. I learned not to drink a 16-ounce cup of coffee before my shift, because the time between bathroom breaks best accommodates an 8-ounce cup. I learned that it's better to hold the bell's handle between your index and middle fingers and shake it briskly as your arm dangles loosely by your side. Hold the bell higher than that and you'll need Bengay later to soothe your achy shoulder. And I learned that the nicest donors are not necessarily the most nattily dressed ones.
NEWS
June 28, 2010
IDON'T THINK it was right to fire Gen. McChrystal for his comments in Rolling Stone - but what about President Obama's comments about Arizona Gov. Brewer being misguided, etc., for trying to protect the people of her state yet? Obama should talk! Some president! Robert F. Schaffer
NEWS
May 19, 2010
IREAD Stu Bykofsky's column about Marianne Bessey being called the "c-word. " Sticks and stones, Stu. And I noticed you cleverly didn't say what your opinion was of Ms. Bessey filing a lawsuit. Don't wanna anger your female readers, I suppose? Lester G. Force III, Marlton, N.J. Although the comment was in poor taste, I don't believe it should be a criminal matter (unless there are additional pieces to the story that were not disclosed). Simply put, words are not actions.
FOOD
January 7, 2010
Choice kettle This Chef'sChoice cordless electric glass kettle model 679 boils water in seconds using less energy than a stove top. It's also designed for right- or left-handed use, and the cord stores neatly in the base. Rustic ceramics These hand-formed, Italian-made ceramic baking dishes have a rustic edge. Safe in the freezer, microwave, and dishwasher, they look great on the table, too. Available in blue, red, and yellow.
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