Posted by Foobooz on November 21st, 2012
Looking for some turkey cooking advice that goes beyond Butterball Turkey Talk-Line, 1-800-BUTTERBALL? Here are the best pieces of advice from top Philadelphia chefs including Joe Cicala, Rich Landau, Marc Vetri and Jose Garces.
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Posted by Foobooz on September 17th, 2012
After more than two decades Carman’s Country Kitchen is calling it quits. The 11th Street breakfast spot run by the talented and occasionally shocking Carman Luntzel has lost its lease and will be closing on December, 16th.
Holly Moore has the details and a look back at Carman’s career and what might be in store for her in the future.
After twenty two years Carman’s Country Kitchen will close [Facebook]
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Posted by Victor Fiorillo on November 21st, 2011
Deep Fried Turkey Photo via iStockphoto
First published on November 21, 2011
Updated on November 21, 2012
Want to know how to tell if your turkey is actually done? (Don’t trust that pop-up thing!) Not sure if you’re supposed to take that bag containing the weird looking stuff out of the cavity before putting your bird in the oven? (You are.) For queries like these, there’s the tried-and-true Butterball Turkey Talk-Line, 1-800-BUTTERBALL. But if you want advice from Jose Garces, Marc Vetri and some of our other favorite Philly chefs on how to spark new life into America’s biggest food holiday and not go totally bonkers in the process, you’ve come to the right place.
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