Sunday, November 18, 2012

News Feed: A Round-Up of the Week's Top Food Stories

• Campus: Philadelphia Chutney Company, Whirled Peace Frozen Yogurt coming to 40th and Sansom! Be sure to check out Midtown Lunch's review of Philadelphia Chutney Company's center city location

• University City and beyond: The Inquirer profiles the owners of Milk & Honey, located at 44th and Baltimore, who've recently expanded the business over the bridge 

• +1: Spencer ETA Burger, the brother restaurant of Sabrina's Cafe at 34th and Powelton, is expanding its hours; check out their eclectic burger menu here

Thanksgiving Roundup: Seven must-try recipes from The Inquirer, a bizarre vegetarian option called the "Veggieducken" from Slate, and Uwishunu's top picks for Thanksgiving dinner at Philadelphia restaurants

• Closings: Both the Union Trust and Butcher & the Brewer are shutting their doors

A Thanksgiving miracle? Foobooz reports that Crumbs Bake Shop is aiming to open its first Philadelphia location at 133 S 18th Street before the holiday

• The Fall 2012 Center City District Restaurant Week was the most successful since the biannual event began in 2003; the next Center City District Restaurant Week begins January 20

Vedge, Chef Greg Vernick winners in Eater's 2012 Awards for Philly 

• Food Saga: Part 1: The New York Times pans Guy Fieri's New York restaurant, Part 2: Fieri shoots back calling the review unfair, Stunning Twistthe Times hosted a 160-person party at the restaurant, Guy's American Kitchen and Bar, the same day the review ran in the paper

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