St. Patrick's Day Party & Foodie Idea's

Philadelphia, Pa - It doesn’t take the Luck o’ the Irish to throw a great St. Patrick’s Day party. McCormick has developed tips and recipes for a festive celebration you’ll enjoy as much as your guests – including a make-ahead corned beef and ideas for using food color to tint food and drinks green.Philadelphia, PA It doesn’t take the Luck o’ the Irish to throw a great St. Patrick’s Day party. McCormick has developed tips and recipes for a festive celebration you’ll enjoy as much as your guests – including a make-ahead corned beef and ideas for using food color to tint food and drinks green.


(Photo: Genos) Genos Cheesesteaks Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PAphiladelphia tourist traps - A tourist trap is known for attracting tourists in addition to their money and Philadelphia has a few, to say the least. From historic ships and taverns to famous cheesesteak joints Philadelphia is known for its food and a fair share of tourist traps. however, a few listed below are actually local favorites as well!


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Pound Cake BakeriesPhiladelphia, PA - Pound Cake can be described as a cake typically made using a pound of each of its four ingredients: flour, butter, eggs, and sugar. Pound cakes tend to be baked in a loaf pan or even a Bundt mold, as well as served with a dusting of powdered sugar or glazed with a thin coating of icing.


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Philadelphia, PABouillabaisse in Philly - Bouillabaisse comes from the City of Marseille along the Mediterranean coast. The recipe is a fish soup from local fish and seafood products, and this includes crabs, scorpionfish, monkfish, together with herbs and olive oil. For quite a few years, the recipe had been a secret kept among the people from Marseille.

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