Saturday, August 30, 2014 Elul 4, 5774

Stephanie Singer

Bubbi Project Blogger

Blogger Stephanie Singer bears the bad news that two star-studded chefs are no longer involved with the much-hyped kosher restaurant that opened on the Main Line last fall.

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If you are a city dweller who is short on green space but long on green thumbs, why not join one of the many community gardens in Philadelphia? In almost every neighborhood, personal and community plots are an easy way to grow your own produce and, of course, interact with your neighbors.

Programs such as City Harvest from The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) aim to support these gardens in a very symbiotic way. City Harvest provides starter plants, and then donates some of that harvested produce throughout the city as a way of combatting the food insecurity...

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If you like to cook and eat fresh, local food and support farmers, then you should consider signing up for a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) this season.

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Upcoming food and drink festivals prove once again why Philadelphia is a world-class destination for all things delicious.

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Usually, couples do their traditional cake tasting between three and six months before their wedding. I was a little behind the ball when my fiancé and I showed up at Night Kitchen Bakery this past Saturday (only three weeks from our wedding date!) to decide on our dessert since, as luck turned out, they had a cancellation.

While I don't suggest procrastinating, it is comforting to know that they were able to accomodate us with such short notice.

Amy Beth Edelman, the Jewish chef/owner of the...

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Through this new collaboration with the Jewish Exponent, find a fresh view of the Philadelphia region’s food scene. Stay connected with the Bubbi Project as blogger Stephanie Singer dishes opinions and ideas on holiday meals, features restaurants that you MUST try, interviews chefs and guides you on ways to create healthy eating habits.

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