Fall is here, and Hai Street Kitchen knows how to provide their customers with what they need! Try their new Pumpkin Miso soup. It will warm you up on the chilliest of days.
The delicious twist of the traditional Miso soup is blended with a punch of pumpkin flavor to be sure to get your taste buds jumping. It’s Fall-inspired Japanese Pumpkin (Kabocha) is mixed in with the White Miso and packed Hai with seasonal veggies. Stop in today and grab a bowl of Pumpkin Miso soup for only $2.99 and pair it with your favorite roll or bowl. You won’t regret it. For more information visit www.haistreetkitchen.com
Spend Halloween at the Yardley Inn this year with an exclusively supernatural dinner menu. Grab your family and friends for a night filled with some wicked fun and delectable cuisine. The Inn will be decked out in ghostly decor while offering a special dinner menu from 4:30 -10:30 pm on October 31, 2014.
The frightening a la carte menu contains six spine-chilling main dishes that will satisfy your palate. The Crisp Veal Brains, served with a celery root puree, and a celery leaf and heirloom apple salad, will be served in addition to the Grilled Lamb Kidney Skewers, served with oregano, preserved lemon, and confit garlic dressing. In addition to these dishes there will also be a Pork Skin Ramen, served with Benton’s bacon broth, shredded kabocha squash, and nori, and a creepy Beef Heart Tartare. The final two spine-chilling dishes are a Squid Ink Spaghetti and a Braised Lengua. Come in before or after trick-or-treating for some relaxation and deliciously frightening food.
As fall is in full swing, pumpkin reigns king over the kitchen at Catelli Duo. Chef Roberta Adamo shared her one-of-a-kind pumpkin treats with Mike Jerrick and Alex Holley from FOX 29 Good Day Philadelphia on Thursday, October 23.
Chef Roberta first presented a creamy Pumpkin Lobster Bisque with a Seafood and Pumpkin Caramelle. Chef Roberta, known for her pasta specials, also made a Pumpkin Ravioli dish with a dolce sauce, crushed amoretti and dried cranberries as shown. As a main course, Chef Roberta created a Roasted Pumpkin Risotto with seared spice duck breast in a shitake and amarena demi-glace. To wash down these delicious dishes, Chef Roberta shook up a Pumpkin Pie Martini and brought along her homemade Pumpkin-cello. You can find these unique pumpkin specials at Catelli Duo through November.
Visit www.CatelliDuo.com or call 856.751.6069 for more information or to make a reservation. Catelli Duo is located in the Voorhees Town Center at 12101 Town Center Blvd in Voorhees, NJ.
Fall is here, which means it’s time to start shopping for your furry friends! Keep your dog warm in the chilly weather with brand new sweaters and vests that are now available exclusively at your local Pet Valu store. Let your dog express their own personality when you pick up a colorful and trendy new outfit for them.
Your dog will be the most stylish pup on the block when they try on their very own striped or patterned outfit. This year, Pet Valu is emphasizing the bold and the bright with the vibrant collection of Bailey and Bella fashion. Stripes are back this fall, so don’t be afraid to get your pet a snug striped sweater in all different colors! Choose between a jacket with a lined hood or a chic coat for those breezy evening walks. Each outfit is adjustable at the waist and neck to provide maximum comfort for your fluffy companion. Visit any Pet Valu store for a customized fitting to ensure that your pet gets the right size. Pet Valu’s fall fashion line varies widely in sizes so even a larger pooch can join in on the fun!
Don’t forget about Halloween – Pet Valu prides itself in its full line of dog costumes, from scary to adorable. Your dog will be able to sport the best Halloween fashion in the neighborhood while trick or treating this year. Whatever look you’re going for, Pet Valu is sure to have the ‘purrfect’ option.
We know you’ve all been waiting for it, so Hai Street Kitchen & Co is proud to announce their new delivery service! Starting October 14, customers will be able to order their favorite rolls or bowls from Hai Street Kitchen from the comfort of their own couch between the hours of 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. (Monday-Friday).
Now there’s no excuse for not having tried one of the most popular twists on Japanese cuisine. Hai Street Kitchen & Co is partnering with a bike messenger service, which will provide a very eco friendly delivery method all the way from the Schuylkill River to the Delaware River, Vine Street to Pine Street, and everything in between! The delivery fee is only $3.99, with a $15 minimum purchase and a a no-tip policy. This gives customers convenience at a low flat rate no matter what the distance may be. For more information or menu options, please visit here.
Monday, October 13th, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
You don’t have to be an artisan baker to make a good loaf of handcrafted bread. You just need some great flour, a few inexpensive baking utensils, and a little instruction and you will be on your way to baking artisan loaves of healthy bread.
Sloane Six and Ellen Fiorito of Quarry Hill Farm will host an artisan bread baking class on Monday, October 13th. We will make a basic dough for white bread. From this basic recipe we will expand to many other breads, e.g. whole wheat, focaccia, and pizza dough. We will talk about dough with high hydration (wet dough) and about preferments like poolish and biga. We will bake some bread for you to take home and serve you lunch. We can also make a small batch of home made pasta from scratch, if that is of interest to the group.
The class size is limited to maximize interaction. Grab a friend or two and reserve your spot, today. Cost is $75 per person, which includes lunch and a bag of our heritage wheat flour. This is a hands-on class so dress appropriately.
For reservations, please call 215.513.1514.
Quarry Hill Farm is located at 620 Quarry Road, Harleysville, PA 19438. Click here for directions.
There are some parties that you just have to crash. On Monday, October 13 at 6:30 p.m., Chef Lou Imbesi will team with Sam Adams Brewery for an Italian version of the German festival at Catelli Duo; an Oktoberfest bash right in our own backyard!
Fittingly kicking off with Sam Adams’ 2014 Oktoberfest release, Chef Imbesi’s four-course menu is inspired by the bounty of the fall season and the Oktoberfest occasion. This delicious four course meal can be paired with our Sam Adams Pumpkin Double Ale and Sam Adams heady Rebel IPA. But of course Pretzels are a requirement of any Oktoberfest and Catelli Duo will be including that aspect within the chef’s crispy pretzel crusted chicken. End your night with a delicious pick of desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth. Tickets are only $50 including beer pairings, plus tax and gratuity. Reservations, paid in full, are required and can be made by calling Catelli Duo at 856-751-6069. We look forward to seeing you for this very special dinner at Catelli Duo. Cheers! For more information visit www.catelliduo.com.