There are only few places in the city that deliver more than a meal…but tradition of flavors… let’s dive into the world of Argentinian cuisine in the little café “Jezabel’s”, located at the corner of 26th and Pine Street.
I happen to run into this beautiful place and enjoy their delicatessens. Chef and owner Jezabel Careaga uses only the freshest ingredients and they make everything at the location. Let me introduce you to some of my favorites. If you’re on-the-go, try empanadas which can be served with café’s homemade salads or soups. What makes them special – they’re freshly-baked and hand rolled. Follow up with the media luna (croissant) stuffed with ham and cheese. Here you can also find traditional yerba matte tea which can be perfect companion for your meal. Certainty, save some room for dessert! Jezabel uses the recipe she learnt from her mother and makes the best alfajores - pastry filled with dulche de leche.
If you’re craving to learn more about different cuisines, you might have found a perfect excuse to start watching Chef’s Table and subscribe to Netflix. The show is featuring top 50 chefs from all over the world and you can get the insight of each country.
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Author:Yulia Ilicheva Phone: 267-325-4269 Dated: September 9th 2017 Views: 265 About Yulia: Yulia is a multilingual Russian native who has been living and studying in Philadelphia for several ...
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