A Knight Foundation grant is another step in SEAMAAC’s effort to connect one of Philly’s most diverse neighborhoods.
Crab fries? Check. The Schmitter? Yup. And oh, the cheesesteaks.
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Chef Jameson O’Donnell will teach you how to truss, roast, and carve a Cornish hen - a skill you can use on any poultry. This class is literally called "Adulting 101," so no prior experience required. Bonus: you get to eat your meal at the end.
Where: Free Library of Philadelphia: Culinary Literacy Center at 1901 Vine St. 19103
When: December 15, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
How much: $20
We were late to the boom, but it may well have peaked. And WTF happened in 2014?
Why is a long-standing ordinance forbidding vending after midnight suddenly being enforced? No one seems to know.
Leftover food will be donated through Food Connect. And if the cart sells out? Philabundance gets cash.
How did the city go from a handful of these carts to a Starbucks-level ubiquity in just a few years?