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May 17, 2012 | By J.M. Hirsch, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Here is a weeknight-friendly version of this classic vegetarian Egyptian street food. Koshary Makes 8 servings 1 1/2 cups basmati rice 2 tablespoons olive oil, divided 4 cloves garlic, minced 2 teaspoons ground cumin 1 teaspoon each: cayenne pepper, ground dry ginger 28-ounce can diced tomatoes 1 large yellow onion, thinly sliced 12 ounces elbow or ditalini pasta 15-ounce can...
ENTERTAINMENT
November 7, 2013 | By Kellie Patrick Gates, For The Inquirer
Hello there First in Los Angeles, then in Fishtown, online dating went so comically bad for Abby that she turned her experiences into a blog: Hehadpotential.com. But it was dating a man who OKCupid ranked a 99 percent match that made Abby wonder if it was time to log off the dating sites. "I thought it should work, on paper, but we didn't click," she said. It was after that ended, in early November 2011, that a message popped up on OKCupid: "It looks like we live in the same neighborhood," Chris wrote.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 7, 2009 | By Craig LaBan, Inquirer Restaurant Critic
'Jackets required" is one dining-room edict that's doing a quick fade to endangered status. And while I don't regard my blazer with quite the disdain I have for ties (and the stuffy chokehold they once clamped on upscale dining), it is not a restriction I'm going to miss terribly. After all, the fact that serious cooking is simmering now in more casual venues is one of the great triumphs of America's evolving food scene. Add in a dodgy economy that's put a damper on the high end, and it's no wonder so many gastronomic icons have unbuttoned their double-breasted dress codes to remain relevant.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 28, 2010 | By LARI ROBLING, For the Daily News
Everyone I know who visits southern India comes back with a taste for the region's street food called dosa. It's a paper-thin crepe filled with a spicy potato filling. Barring a trip into Manhattan, Philadelphia dosa lovers were left to their dosa memories. No longer so. Nirav Mehta and partner Baldev Singh (who owns two northern Indian restaurants outside the city) took the concept and created Philadelphia Chutney Company. The first location just opened off Rittenhouse Square, and more of these healthy, inexpensive fast-food operations are planned for some university locations.
FOOD
February 14, 2013 | By Michael Klein, PHILLY.COM
Ryo Igarashi does not want to repeat 2012. The chef had closed Maru Global, the Japanese street-food restaurant in Center City that he ran with his wife, Nicole. He had moved the operation to a friend's restaurant in Society Hill when he bent down one day to pick up a pen and smacked his head on the corner of a prep table. "I saw stars but kept working," he said. Still hurting two weeks later, he said, he went to the emergency room. He was diagnosed with a fractured skull and underwent brain surgery.
NEWS
July 9, 2011 | By Gregory Thomas, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A new breed of food truck is giving the ubiquitous cheesesteak a run for its money as the city's preferred curbside delight. The inaugural Philadelphia Vendy awards, a culinary showdown among eight of the city's elite mobile food vendors held Saturday in Northern Liberties, sought to identify and reward the leaders of that breed. And nary a steak was in sight. "It's been a long hard day, but it's been a beautiful day," Thomas Bacon, also known as Gigi, of Gigi and Big R Caribbean/American Soul Food, the crowned victor of the event, said as he clutched a gleaming trophy cup. "The Vendy Cup is a trophy that I can drink cool beer out of - after standing over a deep fryer, frying chicken, cooking cabbage and greens, and serving the customers.
NEWS
May 13, 1988 | By GLORIA CAMPISI, Daily News Staff Writer
Just when some restaurant and business owners in the lower Chestnut Street area thought they were safe from another of James Tayoun's thrice-annual street food festivals, Mayor Goode upset the applecart. Goode's approval of a two-day fair that would close Chestnut Street between Front and 2nd over the Memorial Day weekend inspired the merchants to go into Common Pleas Court yesterday in an effort to stop it. The plaintiffs, members of the Old City Business Association, have asked for a preliminary injunction against the fair.
NEWS
February 14, 2002
This was fun? Roped-off sidewalks. Barricaded side streets. Police by the dozens at critical intersections backed up by an invasion-level force of squad cars, police buses, vans and horses. Meanwhile, most of the revelers didn't look too happy Tuesday night as they were herded away from potential South Street trouble spots by stern cops yelling "Gotta move!" Shuffling along quietly in their wool knit caps and giant jeans, the kids looked as passive as Taliban captives being delivered to Guantanamo Bay. But don't take these as complaints.
NEWS
March 1, 2008 | By Joseph A. Slobodzian INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Federal prosecutors will not retry T. Milton Street Sr. on two tax charges on which the jury deadlocked in his recent fraud and tax-evasion trial. The motion to dismiss was filed yesterday in federal court by Assistant U.S. Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams. Williams said there was no practical reason to retry the two undecided counts - which accused Street of assisting in filing false federal income tax returns in 2000 and 2001 - because the impact of a conviction on his sentence would be absorbed by three other tax counts on which the jury convicted him Feb. 22. The jury found Street, 68, of Moorestown, older brother of former Philadelphia Mayor John F. Street, guilty of three counts of failing to file tax returns in 2002, 2003 and 2004 - a period when prosecutors say Street earned more than $2 million as a consultant to businesses vying for city contracts.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 28, 2001 | by Kent Steinriede For the Daily News
Mexico has the tastiest food carts and stands on the planet. Tacos, burritos, flautas and most of the other well-known Mexican dishes are actually street food south of the border. "In Mexico City, it's fast food," says Alfredo Aguilar, chef and owner of Las Cazuelas, 426 W. Girard Ave. (215-351-9144). On nearly every corner of the world's largest city is a stand selling tacos y tortas. "You normally get them for lunch. " In the United States, tacos are becoming as common as pizza.
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