Sunday, January 20, 2013

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

Photo via Meal Ticket
34th Street asks Penn students returning from semesters abroad: What is the weirdest thing you ate? 

• Food cart envy: KAMI, serving up korean-inspired food on Drexel's campus at 33rd Street and Arch Streets, hits the spot with "Korean cheesesteaks" 

• Overwhelmed by Center City Restaurant Week choices? Foobooz has a nifty search for filtering specific preferences like vegetarian options and BYOBs

• Open: Keven Parker Soul Food Cafe is up and running at Reading Terminal Market, serving up classic soul food choices like fried chicken, chicken and waffles, and "cheesy cheese" mac & cheese

Inquirer food writer Michael Klein explains the bane of restaurant owners' existence: diners who cancel last minute

City Paper Meal Ticket blogger and Penn junior Zoë Kirsch highlights the "gastronomaly" that is Chocolate by Mueller's chocolate covered onion

Think your a food expert? Do you know your confit from your rillette? Test your food vocabulary with this First We Feast post on "20 Foods You Secretly Can't Explain"


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