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More Home Cooking

There are probably only two things in the world that I think I’m truly good at. First is sleeping. Second is eating. But you can’t just always eat out or else you’ll go broke and/or get super rotund. Thus, I frequently cook my own meals and here are just a couple dishes that I’ve made recently! DSC04270 String beans with bacon stripsDSC04282DSC04311 A real man’s salad – chicken breast on a bed of arugulaDSC04319 Crabby Patties! Nah just normal beef patties from Trader Joe’sDSC04322DSC04341Probably one of my favorite dishes to cook – braised chicken wings. Pretty simple steps: 1. Heat up olive oil in pan and brown both sides of wings 2. Pour 1/4 cup soy sauce and flip the wings to make sure both sides get coated 3. Add 2 cups water 4. Add sriracha sauce to add a little kick to the wings 5. Put on light boil for 40 minutesDSC04345DSC04330 Homemade mochi! Just kidding, these were store bought but they’re so beautiful aren’t they? Green tea mochi with red bean pasteDSC04340White peach mochi so good

Whiskey Village

I’ma let you finish but uh… Jose Garces is KILLING it right now. I’ve been to 4 out of the 7 Garces Group restaurants in Philadelphia (Amada, Distrito, Chifa, and now Whiskey Village) and every single one has managed to impress me. Whiskey Village’s Pulled Pork Sammy is amazing and so is the Village Burger. Duck Fat French Fries are good too, make sure to get the cheese sauce as well. As the name suggests, they are known for their whiskey – over 100 selections to choose from. I got the RedBreast on the rocks and would recommend it to anyone. The one thing I would be aware of is that the place is extremely small and the wait is really long (~2 hours on weekends) so make sure to go early (at like 5pm) on weekdays if you don’t want any wait time. Final verdict: omnomnomnomnom.

Address: 118 South 20th Street, Philadelphia, PA
Price: ~$7 appetizers, $13 entrees, $15-50 whiskey
Hours: Daily: 11:30am ~ Midnight

Redbreast Irish Whiskey

Duck Fat Fries

Pulled Pork Sammy