Sunday, June 19, 2011

Blog Bites: A Round-Up of the Week's Top Food Stories

• Under the Button reports Tyson Bee's, the much-loved Korean taco vendor, has called it quits

UTB and Foobooz both have the scoop on the future addition of Shake Shack, a burger and milkshake joint popular in other cities, to Philly's burger scene

• ...but Grub Street Philly wonders whether the city's "Burger Bubble" will burst before Shake Shack even opens

The Inquirer interviews Mark Summers, famed for hosting Nickelodeon's "Double Dare" and more recently the Food Network's "Unwrapped," about his take on Philly's food scene

Meal Ticket talks with Top Chef season 7 winner Kevin Sbraga about his new restaurant opening at 440 S. Broad Street early this fall

Uwishunu reports the Taste Of Philadelphia Food Festival is bigger than ever this year and will be held at Penn’s Landing June 24-26, featuring restaurant samples, live music, food trucks, cooking demos and more

The Inquirer profiles Little Baby's Ice Cream, a new tricycle ice cream cart serving up many organic and original flavors like "sriracha Earl Grey," (which Midtown Lunch recently reviewed positively)

"Musical Stalls at Reading Terminal"--Foobooz reports on some vendors' location changes due to renovations

• The politics of food: Food Politics discusses the Environment Working Group's "dirty dozen" list of pesticide-laden produce

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