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Along a brick sidewalk that weaves down a quaint New England street bordering a historic port studded with industrial fishing boats, sits a mustard yellow barn door with thin black metal hinges, adorned with a handsome slate sign. Complimentary element... [...]

Nov-12-2011

Butcher & Bee and Breaking Dawn

Posted by Christina under Top Foodie Blog
For lunch on Friday, my coworker and I decided to stop in at Butcher & Bee, a new sandwich shop on Upper King. When I say Upper King, I mean Upper King. If you didn’t know what you were looking for, you’d probably miss it. Their small, changing... [...]

Nov-11-2011

French Fridays with Dorie: Spiced squash, fennel, and pear soup

Posted by Mardi@eatlivetravelwrite under Top Foodie Blog
This week’s French Fridays with Dorie recipe is yet another example of why I love Dorie Greenspan’s Around my French Table. It’s a a wonderfully complex soup in flavour yet one that is so easy to make. It fills the house with the wonderful fall aromas of roasted squash, fennel and spices – ginger, cumin [...]

Nov-3-2011

Biceps and Brussels Sprouts

Posted by Christina under Top Foodie Blog
I have been eating out way too much lately. 4 Course Beer Kitchen dinner last Wednesday Taziki’s twice this weekend FIG on Monday Don’t even get me started on my alcohol consumption over Halloweekend. However, life is short, and I refuse to not ... [...]

Pickled chard stems, pickled collard stems, sous vide red kuri squash. Fantastic. Eric   Filed under: Chicago Tagged: Chocolate, Cooking Blog, Dinner, Food, recipe, Squash [...]

As I make my way back into the kitchen, I have been delightfully borrowing recipes from around the blogosphere. Here is a look at my foray into fall cuisine and the seasonal craft beers that have accompanied the dishes. Click on the links for the step ... [...]

Oct-18-2011

Butternut Squash Lasagna

Posted by Kelly under Top Foodie Blog
My family loves lasagna.  We used to have it for many different celebrations growing up; birthdays, holidays, and sometimes just for no reason for dinner. My mom is pretty famous for her classic meaty lasagna so when it is made there are usually very few leftovers.  However, meaty lasagna isn’t my favorite thing. When I [...]

Hey there. I'm not going to sugar coat it for ya.  BOY, do I have one helluva dish for you today! I know I'm a writer.  And writing is how we communicate. However, putting into words the amazingness of this dish is proving to be difficult... [...]

Jul-29-2011

Fresh Corn and Zucchini Cakes

Posted by Danielle under Top Foodie Blog
I know. Zucchini again. But this stuff grows like a weed during the summer, and I can't seem to help buying a couple of pounds of it every weekend. And for your amusement the record, Brad doesn't like zucchini, and I don't like it by itself. But I real... [...]

Jul-26-2011

Banana Zucchini Walnut Bread

Posted by Danielle under Top Foodie Blog
I spent a lot of time this past weekend bunkered up at home, hiding from the extreme heat that's been hanging around Philly. I know it's not the most logical thing to heat up the oven during a heat wave, but you have to go with it when the baking urge ... [...]