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As chefs we continue to push sustainability efforts, occasionally the well-intended efforts for “locally sourced” can misfire and quickly tu...

As chefs we continue to push sustainability efforts, occasionally the well-intended efforts for “locally sourced” can misfire and quickly tu...

Black Walnut Trencher Board from Kaufmann Mercantile — Faith’s Daily Find 11.16.12

Black Walnut Trencher Board from Kaufmann Mercantile

Black Walnut Trencher Board from Kaufmann Mercantile — Faith’s Daily Find 11.16.12

World shrimp production, which currently stands at between 7 and 8 million tons could reach 11 to 18 million tons in 2030, according to projections by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, FAO.

World shrimp production, which currently stands at between 7 and 8 million tons could reach 11 to 18 million tons in 2030, according to projections by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, FAO.

Panzanella - Tuscan Bread Salad - Nothing goes to waste in an Italian kitchen so it makes sense that old bread would have it’s uses. Panzanella is a traditional Tuscan salad made with stale bread (toasted or baked) soaking up the flavours of the dressing, and bursting with the fresh crunchy texture of tomato and basil.  - http://aussietaste.recipes/salad/vegetable-salad/panzanella-tuscan-bread-salad/  -   #recipe

Panzanella - Tuscan Bread Salad

Panzanella - Tuscan Bread Salad - Nothing goes to waste in an Italian kitchen so it makes sense that old bread would have it’s uses. Panzanella is a traditional Tuscan salad made with stale bread (toasted or baked) soaking up the flavours of the dressing, and bursting with the fresh crunchy texture of tomato and basil. - http://aussietaste.recipes/salad/vegetable-salad/panzanella-tuscan-bread-salad/ - #recipe

Delicious

Delicious

Beer Marinated T-Bone Steak, Sauteed Onions and Mushrooms, Topped with a Fried  -   Ingredients  2 tablespoons muscadavo brown sugar 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 bottle dark beer 2 (10 to 14-ounce) T-Bone steaks 2 teaspoons olive oil, plus more for brushing Salt and freshly ground black pepper 1 tablespoon butter 1 small onion, sliced 1 cup mushrooms, quartered 2 large eggs

Ambrosia

Beer Marinated T-Bone Steak, Sauteed Onions and Mushrooms, Topped with a Fried - Ingredients 2 tablespoons muscadavo brown sugar 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 bottle dark beer 2 (10 to 14-ounce) T-Bone steaks 2 teaspoons olive oil, plus more for brushing Salt and freshly ground black pepper 1 tablespoon butter 1 small onion, sliced 1 cup mushrooms, quartered 2 large eggs

SOFFRITTO

SOFFRITTO

Just another day at work…Loving it!

Just another day at work…Loving it!

Tiramisu – The Italian – “Pick-Me-Up” Dessert! Perfect for a Sunday after a long busy weekend!

Tiramisu – The Italian – “Pick-Me-Up” Dessert! Perfect for a Sunday after a long busy weekend!

Preparing Pasta

Preparing Pasta

For both Philadelphia natives and visitors alike, the Italian Market on Ninth Street has inspired breathtaking wonder for more than 100 years. From cooks to gourmands, the Italian Market offers something for everyone — fine dining establishments, an outdoor farmers’ market operating year round, boutique shops, exciting brunch locations to start off one’s day, and, last but not least, the intersection of the two most famous rival Philly cheesesteak houses.

For both Philadelphia natives and visitors alike, the Italian Market on Ninth Street has inspired breathtaking wonder for more than 100 years. From cooks to gourmands, the Italian Market offers something for everyone — fine dining establishments, an outdoor farmers’ market operating year round, boutique shops, exciting brunch locations to start off one’s day, and, last but not least, the intersection of the two most famous rival Philly cheesesteak houses.

You know the saying, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”? Turns out eating one apple isn’t enough. A new study suggests people who eat up to seven servings of fruit and vegetables a day can cut their risk of death by 42% – and that vegetables may be more important than fruit to your overall health.

You know the saying, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”? Turns out eating one apple isn’t enough. A new study suggests people who eat up to seven servings of fruit and vegetables a day can cut their risk of death by 42% – and that vegetables may be more important than fruit to your overall health.