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angiepants [one pocket at a time]

Hi, I'm a recently turned 24 year old Long Island raised lady who became a grown adult (aka: 6 years for undergrad and grad schooling) in Philly, home of squished pretzels and 'brotherly' love. I've traveled the east coast and even once to the Midwest for my rotations and am ready to finish my last one closer to home (Pennsylvania or New York). I'm on the track to finish my Doctorate in Physical Therapy degree and then take my licensure test.

I'm known to geek over anything anatomy or adaptive sports. You’ll find me stopping to pick flowers for my hair, living waist deep in my studies or spending the weekend cooking up a storm. My favorites are fruit, artsy things, wearing aprons and sprawling down on the ground instead of actual chairs. This is my place of inspirations, thoughts, and daily occurences. Enjoy.

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Posts tagged white dog cafe

Mar 24 '11

Farm Raised Arctic Char from White Dog Cafe (3040 Samson Street, Philadelphia)   

Green Meadow Farm Swiss Chard, Kennett Square Wild Mushrooms, Caramelized Butternut Squash, Creamy Whole Grain Mustard Spaetzle

AKA: Probably one of the greatest dishes I’ve ever eaten.  At a cost of $27 (something I would never buy myself), it was paid for by my Alternative Spring Break organization.  It was divine.
Did I mention everything this restaurant cooks is organic and LOCAL?  Now that’s amazing.

Farm Raised Arctic Char from White Dog Cafe (3040 Samson Street, Philadelphia)   

Green Meadow Farm Swiss Chard, Kennett Square Wild Mushrooms, Caramelized Butternut Squash, Creamy Whole Grain Mustard Spaetzle

AKA: Probably one of the greatest dishes I’ve ever eaten.  At a cost of $27 (something I would never buy myself), it was paid for by my Alternative Spring Break organization.  It was divine.

Did I mention everything this restaurant cooks is organic and LOCAL?  Now that’s amazing.