I love when my guy takes me somewhere new (which is often). We cozied up to the little table at Dmitri's in South Philly and dined on chicken kabobs, whole striped bass, escarole, rice, and chocolate pot de creme for dessert. Such a great little date-night spot! Dmitir's
795 South 3rd Street
Easiest chicken recipe ever: Take a chicken and drizzle with EVOO. Sprinkle with lots of Kosher salt, cracked black pepper, fresh herbs (sage, thyme, rosemary, parsley). Cut up two lemons and squirt the juice over the chicken, stuffing one of lemons into the cavity of the chicken, and the rest in the bottom of the pan. Add 2 cups of water to the pan. Roast at 425 (baste in juices a few times) until the chicken is browned, and a thermometer reads 165 degrees. Let sit for
I know, I know, you're all tired of me talking about Oyster House. BUT I LOVE IT! Quick lunch of: Shrimp Roll, Swiss Chard, and Scallop Ceviche. Always delicious! Oyster House Philly
1516 Sansom St
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Sometimes, you just want a cheesesteak. These gorgeous babies were made with slightly frozen thinly sliced ribeye cut fresh from my butcher, and mixed with fried onions (for mine; my son went "witout"), and lots of American Cheese. Winner winner cheesesteak dinner!!!
I participated in my very first photo shoot! I have three recipes featured in "The Trend Issue" of Philly Current Magazine. Look for it in stores, September 1, 2015, running through October!! Here is a sneak peek with photographer Revati Doshi.