Grammy-winning® artist Patti LaBelle is an icon on-stage and in the kitchen, and she opens her doors to special guests and viewers for a fun and food-filled party in Patti LaBelle's Place, which returns for a second season on Sunday, November 26th at 11am ET/8am PT on Cooking Channel. Jam-packed with special guests including Cedric the Entertainer, Laverne Cox, Tamron Hall, Carrie Ann Inaba and Robin Roberts, the new episodes feature Patti's home-cooked dishes, laugh-out-loud stories and even a song or two.
"Patti's cooking talents are legendary among her friends and family, and we are thrilled she's sharing that side of herself with our viewers," said Courtney White, Senior Vice President, Programming, Scripps Networks Interactive. "You never know who will show up at Patti LaBelle's Place – but every guest is guaranteed an amazing meal and Patti's one-of-a-kind hospitality."
In the premiere episode, Patti invites comedian Cedric the Entertainer over for a hearty meal and they laugh in the kitchen as Patti cooks up juicy and tender Lamb Chops with Candied Sweet Potatoes and Fresh Sautéed Spinach. Then, Carrie Ann Inaba from Dancing with the Stars stops by for a sweet treat, and Patti makes it a family affair when she prepares Aunt Hattie Mae's Raspberry Pie -- a simple and delicious dessert that's a perfect ten. Upcoming special guests include Laverne Cox, Wanda Durrant, Johnny Gill, Lori Grenier, Tamron Hall, Laurie Hernandez, Ledisi, David and Tamela Mann, Robin Roberts, Robert Sikora and Kym Whitley.
Top 10 Best Burgers in Philadelphia - Philly has been touted as something of a burger-town of lately. Everywhere you look nowadays from taverns, tap rooms and bars has their own special Burger. The Burger has even made it onto the menu of most of the city's high-end steakhouses. So we've decided to make a list because a good burger is an amazing thing and a bad Burger is equally sad, here's a list of our favorites throughout the city.
Philadelphia’s Best Private Dining Options - centrally located blocks from City Hall, has dining space available for parties both small and large. The three private dining rooms are aptly named after Philadelphia neighborhoods. The Fairmount Room seats up to 16, the Rittenhouse Room provides seating for 28 and the Manayunk Room is available for a party of 30. All rooms are equipped with a TV and DVD player, perfect for presentations, slide shows, music and videos. This is a great feature for professional business dinners to bachelor/bachelorette parties.