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The Cheesesteak Pretzel: As Philly As It Gets!

1. June 2010

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When news surfaced about the Cheesesteak Pretzel, there was really no doubt we had to cover it. This is a Philadelphia-based sandwich blog after all, and a sandwich-like creation capturing and combining the essence of two of Philly’s most iconic foods is a completely undeniable force. The Cheesesteak Pretzel is the creation of the Philly [...]

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Burgers, Beef Franks and Baseball at Bridget Foy’s

20. May 2010

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Burgers, Beef Franks and Baseball at Bridget Foy’s

In early April, Citizens Bank Park challenged local fans to pick a signature hot dog from three gourmet choices (all of which are far too good to be placed into an air powered hot dog launcher). The winner, the South Philly Dog, consists of broccoli rabe, spicy roasted peppers, sharp provolone and a grilled, juicy [...]

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Horizons’ Vegan Banh Mi Sliders

18. May 2010

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Horizons’ Vegan Banh Mi Sliders

When we sat down with chef Rich Landau of Horizons, we knew what to expect: incredibly current, creative, fresh, full and layered flavors in food that just so happens to be vegan. The only thing we didn’t know is how exactly we’d be tickled.  If you don’t know Rich and Horizons, you need to get [...]

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Twenty Manning Fires Up The Grill

10. May 2010

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I never did get to experience the old Twenty Manning. However, after a complete interior redesign and the introduction of an almost-entirely new, affordable, American bistro menu and a variety of burgers, I had to go. I met with Chef Kiong Banh, who has spent 10 years within these walls, and is excited for some [...]

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Mémé’s Moroccan-Inspired Kefta Burger

3. May 2010

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Mémé’s Moroccan-Inspired Kefta Burger

There’s certainly no shortage of fatty-tastic burgers in the city, nor a shortage of great, innovative kitchens. In honor of National Hamburger Month, we took a look at some burgerless menus and decided to challenge some of Philly’s best chefs to create a unique burger worthy of their menu space. Each week in May we’ll [...]

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The South Philly SHAME Burger

19. April 2010

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The South Philly SHAME Burger

Since the opening of The Wishing Well on 9th and Catharine early this month, we have been receiving emails directing us to the burger that got kicked out of Atlanta for being too rib sticking. The SHAME burger was invented by chef Carmen Cappello at his southern location, where he improvised on Pennsylvania tradition in [...]

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Double Down In Your Hometown

13. April 2010

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Double Down In Your Hometown

We don’t typically post about fast food here on Unbreaded. This post will be atypical and unusual. Full disclosure: I have an odd fascination with fast food unicorns. They’re the mythical creatures of the commercial dining world. I enjoy the novelty of limited or rare offerings. I remember going out on Burger King crawls just so [...]

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Introducing The PYT Bacon Cheeseburger Slider Salad [April Fools!]

1. April 2010

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Introducing The PYT Bacon Cheeseburger Slider Salad [April Fools!]

In celebration of our relaunch, Untossed teamed up with PYT’s Tommy Up to introduce what might just be the finest salad creation Philly has ever seen. It’s the PYT Bacon Cheeseburger Slider Salad and we had a chance to stop in yesterday for an exclusive bite. The basis for this salad is fresh, never frozen, [...]

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