In 2009, Annie Baum Stein and her husband, Mauro Daigle, opened their first market on Baltimore Avenue in West Philadelphia. Three years later, in May 2012, they expanded into Center City with a cafe in the newly renovated, gorgeous Sister Cities Park on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. “It's been an awesome adventure!” Baum Stein exclaimed. ...
We've listed a bunch of really fun events celebrating Tu B'Shevat on our holiday calendar page, even one at the new Creekside COOP in Elkins Park. It's also fun to host your own seder and it can be fairly easy. All you need are dried fruits, nuts and wine.
In the world of food, it is an exciting time to be living in Philadelphia. Between mutiple James Beard Award winners and a locally-based Iron Chef, it's safe to say that we’ve long outgrown our "cheesesteak" status.
Eat and support a nonprofit organization at the same time! The Friendship Circle of Philadelphia Region-North has enlisted several of the area's finest chefs to face off in an inagural "Bubby’s Cook-Off" competition on Jan. 23.
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.