Amoroso's Baking Company is a Philadelphia based, family-owned company that specializes in hearth baked breads and rolls. Over the years the Amoroso sandwich roll has become synonomous with those Philadelphia culinary institutions, the hoagie and the cheesesteak. ...more on Wikipedia about "Amoroso's Baking Company"
The cheesesteak, known outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as the Philadelphia cheese steak, Philly cheese steak, or "steak and cheese" is a sandwich which usually: ...more on Wikipedia about "Cheesesteak"
The hoagie is a kind of submarine sandwich local to the Philadelphia area. It generally consists of an elongated roll (called a "hoagie roll", similar to a baguette), oil, vinegar, cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion, sweet or hot peppers, oregano and a selection of meats. Pickles are not traditionally included. In many areas the default cheese on a Hoagie is Provolone, while in others it is American cheese. There are cheese only hoagies (Provolone, American, or Mixed) which replace the meat with extra slices of cheese, but many Philadelphians will not admit such is a hoagie. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hoagie"
The Italian Market is an area of Philadelphia featuring many grocery shops, cafes, restaurants, cheese shops, butcher shops, etc. with an Italian influence. It is generally considered to extend along 9th Street from Fitzwater Street in the north to Wharton Street in the south. ...more on Wikipedia about "Italian Market (Philadelphia)"
Philadelphia Pepper Pot (also Pepper Pot) is a thick soup of tripe, meat, vegetables, pepper and other seasonings. The soup is said to have been created during the desperate winter of 1777- 1778, when Washington's army was down to tripe, peppercorns and various scraps of other food. The cook devised this tasty dish and named it in honor of his hometown, Philadelphia. ** ...more on Wikipedia about "Philadelphia Pepper Pot"
A pretzel is a baked snack that is ordinarily twisted into a unique knot-like shape. The pretzel is usually made from wheat flour with yeast; the dough is briefly dipped in lye water before baking, and usually salted. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pretzel"
Reading Terminal Market is an enclosed farmers' market found at 12th and Arch Streets in downtown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Over 80 merchants offer fresh produce, meats, fish, groceries, flowers, baked goods, crafts, books, clothing, and specialty and ethnic foods. Every space in the market is rented out; three of the vendors are decendents from original market merchants. The market is open every day except Sunday, however the Amish merchants (a small but sizable minority) generally do not open on Mondays or Tuesdays. ...more on Wikipedia about "Reading Terminal Market"
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Scrapple is a cornmeal pudding in which the cornmeal is simmered with pork scraps and trimmings, then cooled and hardened into a loaf. ...more on Wikipedia about "Scrapple"
Stromboli is a type of stuffed pizza filled with mozzarella cheese along with various fillings, often pepperoni. The dough is regular pizza dough and a stromboli is cooked in the same way as regular pizza. Stromboli is reported to have originated in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. However, stromboli can now be found in many pizza shops alongside more common pizza varieties. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stromboli (food)"
Tastykake is a brand of snack food manufactured by the Tasty Baking Company ( ) of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Established in 1914 by Philip J. Baur and Herbert T. Morris and originally selling its product only in the Philadelphia metropolitan area, the company now distributes its products in several states on the East Coast. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tastykake"
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