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FOOD
July 10, 2015 | Craig LaBan, Inquirer Restaurant Critic
Opa's new chef, Bobby Saritsoglou, has been on a mission to modernize Greek food by reviving some of its old-school techniques. On the tender octopus platter, for example, some lacto-fermented cauliflower pickles and a garlicky bread- and almond-thickened skordalia sauce show off some throwback moves (modern skordalia, he says, is more commonly thickened with potatoes). House-brined grape leaves get stuffed with grass-fed beef touched with fenugreek and clove. My favorite update, though, is Saritsoglou's reclamation act for gyros.
BUSINESS
May 25, 2015 | By Suzette Parmley, Inquirer Staff Writer
After perusing a few boutique stores and getting her hair done at Rizzieri Salon & Spa at Moorestown Mall, Jamie McCulloh-Martin decided to go for dinner at Osteria a few doors down. "I've been here more in the last 1½ years since [Osteria] opened than in all of my 22 years living in Moorestown," said McCulloh-Martin, 50, owner of a physical therapy chain, who ate outdoors with her administrative director, Kelly Casio. "The mall is really changing, and for the better. " In the new mall world order, you can taste Jose Garces' tacos at Moorestown Mall, Bobby Flay's burgers at Cherry Hill Mall, and filet mignon at Morton's - the Steakhouse at King of Prussia Mall.
NEWS
June 30, 2011 | By Paul Nussbaum, Inquirer Staff Writer
Although E-ZPass transponders look alike, they can take their toll on motorists' bank accounts in very different ways. A confounding array of 24 toll-road and bridge agencies in 14 states have their own rules, charges, and discounts, even though they all operate under the umbrella of "E-ZPass. " And the disparities will increase on Friday. That's when the New Jersey Turnpike Authority will abolish discounts for drivers who don't get their E-ZPass devices through the New Jersey E-ZPass system.
NEWS
April 13, 1994 | By Thomas J. Brady, with reports from Inquirer wire services
ALL THE NEWS THAT FITS - ALL THE BABY THAT FITS, TOO Rush hour got a little more crowded on a subway platform yesterday morning when Abigail Vidal, 17, unexpectedly went into labor and gave birth to a daughter - midwifed by transit workers and the New York Times. "She was going to have the baby, and she wasn't going to wait for a more convenient time or place," said Charles Seaton, a New York City Transit spokesman. After Vidal went into labor, a transit worker summoned a supervisor.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 15, 1991 | By Maria Gallagher, Daily News Restaurant Critic
Cheap Eats usually bypasses anything that requires more than a 10-dollar bill. But when Serrano began offering a four-course Spanish regional dinner for $12.95 on Monday nights, that sounded like a suitably frugal feast. Actually, Serrano is a bargain-hunter's find on any night. This cozy restaurant on 2nd Street near Market has an international menu that includes no-beans Texas-style chili, Mexican fajitas, Middle Eastern baba ghanoush, Hungarian chicken, a French picnic plate and seafood with Oriental accents.
NEWS
November 17, 2004 | By George Anastasia INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
They were the new kids on the underworld block. More important, federal and local authorities said, they were the wave of the future. Based in Northeast Philadelphia - some, in fact, had attended George Washington High School - they called themselves "KGB," a not-so-subtle reference to a time and a place that their parents, at least, remembered. "The KGB was a crime wave in Northeast Philadelphia," said Assistant U.S. Attorney Andrea Foulkes, one of two prosecutors who spearheaded the case against the organization two years ago. Tracked by the FBI's Eurasian Organized Crime Squad, KGB was described as a Russian-emigre criminal enterprise that dealt in drugs, extortion and robbery.
SPORTS
June 19, 1995 | Daily News Wire Services
The Chicago Blackhawks have called a news conference for noon today, perhaps to allow coach Darryl Sutter a chance to say goodbye. Sutter, who led the Blackhawks to the Western Conference finals in his third season with the team, has been mulling whether to continue in the high- pressure job or devote more time to his family. Blackhawks owner William Wirtz said last night the team offered Sutter a contract extension before the playoffs, but would not discuss Sutter's plans.
NEWS
August 25, 1987 | By SAM GUGINO, Daily News Restaurant Critic
THE OCTOPUS'S GARDEN, 414 Long Beach Blvd., Surf City, N.J. (609-494-7205) (8/21/87) $$$ This casual, family-style shore spot is one of the most popular restaurants on Long Beach Island. Also one of the few to take reservations and to be open all year. The uncomplicated fare is mixed but there are some recommendables and the desserts are surprisingly good: Shrimp tempura ($13.95), sauteed seafood combination ($16.95), pecan pie ($2.75), ice cream pie ($3.25). SNICKERS, 96th and Harbor Square, Stone Harbor, N.J., (609)
NEWS
March 12, 2006 | Inquirer suburban staff
What it is: The Newtown Square shop sells fresh and ready-to-cook seafood, including cold-water South African rock lobster tails, and side dishes of pepper hash and macaroni salad. What we like: You can buy octopus ($3.98 per pound), wild Alaskan sockeye salmon ($12.98 per pound), the popular winter catch of boneless shad ($10.98 per pound), and the perfect seasoning and cooking sauce. On request, you can receive cooking instructions from the friendly and knowledgeable staff. Among the store's most popular items are Pacific King farm-raised salmon for $15.98 per pound and baby flounder, wild caught in New England, for $13.98 per pound.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 24, 2012
Casa de Mi Padre A goofball Spanish-language parody of the cheesily overdramatic telenovela form, with Will Ferrell as the dim-witted son of a Mexican rancher, caught up in romance, sibling rivalry, drug-dealing, and some mystical communion with a talking white lion. R Jiro Dreams of Sushi Wonderful doc about an octogenarian who serves octopus (and other raw fish) in an impeccable hole-in-the-wall on a Tokyo subway concourse. Accorded the top 3-star ranking from the Michelin guide, Jiro Ono's Sukiyabashi Jiro is no ordinary eatery, and its humble, bespectacled proprietor no ordinary man. A study of a life devoted to work, to simplicity, to purity, and to the quest for perfection.
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