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Ramen Kumamoto

by Henry Grace A young adult’s perspective on food during the formative college years is more than askew. Often the traditional four food groups are supplanted with beer, caffeine, burritos and everything else. No surprise, millennials demand customizable dishes, a modicum of healthy offerings and big—GIANT—flavors. Main Street in Newark and its surrounds offer more […]

Drip Coffee

by Henry Grace Brunch does not have to mean lifeless, rubbery scrambled eggs alone on the island of the chafing dish badlands. The Sunday mid-morning routine can be replete with good food, interesting menus and creative beverage crafting. In and around Wilmington, there are many rays of light in an otherwise cloudy sky of lackluster […]


We couldn’t be more excited to announce that Dish LLC has launched a niche publication, Cider Culture, to deliver the latest in cider trends, destinations and news to consumers. The hard cider revival may have hit the scene as a hip beverage trend, but its hometown roots and varied styles clearly resonated with our team. “It’s a delicious […]

Cider bottles

by Carla Snyder, Penn State Extension Tart, earthy and dry, sidra is a traditional-style hard cider originating in the Asturias region of Spain. Because of this deliciously authentic beverage, which tastes nothing like what our American palates are used to, this region consumes the most hard cider per capita, per year than anywhere in the […]

Cider Cocktail

by Carla Snyder, Penn State Extension Love fall but hate the PSL (read: pumpkin spice latte) obsession? Hold on to endless summer with this fall berry sipper available at the Garryowen Irish Pub in Gettysburg, Pa. Whiskey curator and mixologist Matt Eshbach crafted the cocktail that features local Jack’s Hard Cider, fresh fall raspberries and […]

fruit salad, FoodieFeed

by Ashvini Mashru, MA, RD, LDN, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Many people turn to fad diets either in desperation or looking for a quick fix to their weight loss problems. In this article, I’ll show you why the only “diet” you need is a lifestyle change and why fad diets in general are counterproductive. Take a look! […]


by Ashvini Mashru, MA, RD, LDN, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Diet shakes are called “meal replacements” by dietitians because, in theory, drinking one shake is intended to replace one whole meal. Other types of meal replacements are nutritional bars and pre-packaged entrees. But do meal replacements work? Are they for you? As a dietitian, I […]

roast pork sandwich

by Shane Dilworth Wasko’s Deli and Catering on 223 Gay St., Phoenixville, epitomizes the phrase “diamond in the rough.” It’s a little off the beaten path and might not be housed in the prettiest building, but the food that comes out of the location, especially the pork sandwich with sharp provolone, could be the best […]