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Every night Kamal Albarouki soaks dried chickpeas and fava beans in water, and every morning when he arrives at his stand he grinds them into a paste, adding parsley, onion, and spices. Since 1981, Kamal and his wife, Esra, have been frying up spoonfuls of this green paste into the popular falafel that they sell…

Whether you’re on the hunt for an obscure spice, a specific type of imported olive, or the latest on-trend grain, chances are you’ll find it at Jonathan Best. The stand’s narrow aisles and towering metal racks house a dizzying array of gourmet food items, including baking ingredients; grains, pastas, and cereals; canned vegetables and beans;…

If you’re planning a spread of amazing sandwiches, there’s one place you need to be in Reading Terminal. You’ll know you’ve found it when you see a case filled with a rainbow of delicate curls: thin-sliced ribbons of ham, turkey, roast beef, and chicken. Whether you prefer your deli meats roasted or smoked, spiced or…

Lancaster, Pennsylvania’s rolling hills are dotted with red barns filled with black-and-white cows. Lancaster County Dairy offers Philadelphia the chance to enjoy fresh dairy products from local farms like these. Their milk and cream make the short trip downtown from Kreider Farms, a third generation family farm, founded in 1935 and based in Mannheim, Pennsylvania….

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Informal markets formed around Front and High (Market) Streets near where farmers and fisherman brought their goods from southern New Jersey.

Local government agreed to have a formal market with a market head house located where Second Street crossed High Street.

First permanent head house was built in the middle of Second and High Streets. Known as “Towne Hall” the building served as Pennsylvania’s capitol until 1735.

A quick and easy springtime savory pie.

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