Columnist Caitlin Weigel concludes her semester enjoying some fresh vegan grub from the newly opened HipCityVeg in Rittenhouse Square.
…Columnist Caitlin Weigel explores the marriage of mealtime and music at places like Johnny Brenda’s.
In my mind, food and music seem to be linked together, like Mary Kate and Ashley circa 1993 when they were still singing about selling their brother.
…Columnist Caitlin Weigel explores a passion for iconic soft pretzels.
I don’t consider myself a soft pretzel-lover. I’m never going to list it under “interests” on any social-media profile. In an ice-breaker game, I will never claim it as my favorite food.
Columnist Caitlin Weigel said Opa surpassed her previous Greek food experiences.
As a kid, the only image the word “Greece” conjured in my mind involved actors in their 30s hand-jiving at a high school dance.…
…Columnist Caitlin Weigel says that a stop at the Rim Café gets you more than just a good drink.
The man behind South Philadelphia’s Rim Café goes by “the Godfather,” though he hardly looks the type to stick a decapitated horse head between your sheets.
The only mushy aspect of my Valentine’s Day is going to be moist cake and icing blending together in my mouth. Despite your feelings on the “big V,” I think we can all get behind an excuse to eat sweets.…
…Columnist Caitlin Weigel enjoys eating with her hands during a trip to Abyssinia.
Does anyone else ever think about how violent forks are? They have all those spiky prongs jutting out, just waiting to puncture an upper thigh or stake an eyeball.
…Caitlin Weigel encourages all readers to write in submissions to “Council of Advice.”
Dear Esteemed-yet-Troubled Reader:
It is with great pleasure that I announce the beginning of a new era in the form of a bi-weekly advice column, featuring the fabled Council of Advice.
…Columnist Caitlin Weigel gets creative with her sushi re-creation after a trip to Big Eyes Sushi.
The first thing I noticed about Big Eyes Sushi was the temperature.
In the middle of January, the place was operating with its doors wide open.
…Columnist Caitlin Weigel says the most important culinary aspect of the holiday season is cookies.
It’s the last column of the semester and I’m finding myself with a slight tear in my eye, but a definite rumble in my belly.