Mangia Philomena

All things delicious and tasty...


Find me on...

<3 this...

More liked posts

Can. Not. Wait.

Game of Thrones OMFG Posters

(Inspired by this ad campaign)



Sen. C Monster (R)

My third and final piece  from the upcoming show “The Lovers, The Dreamers, And Me - A Jim Henson Tribute Exhibition.” at Gallery Nucleus.



I met an aspiring handbag designer at a party a few months ago and she promised she’d send me her lookbook. And she did and I love her bags! introducing Yadouga—this classic with a twist, hot pink accented convertible crossbody tote is my favorite

Have you met Margot?!?! Check her out and her friends out at @yadouga or


Thanks, Steve.

Posting designs like this one makes me paranoid, because I can’t shake the feeling that it’s not original. I enjoyed the process regardless, but please let me know if somebody else beat me to the idea!


September 13, 2011, 2:44 pm
Times Names Sam Sifton Next National Editor

Our restaurant critic is moving to a bigger table. Let’s let our new executive editor, Jill Abramson tell you all about it, in the memo she sent to the staff of The New York Times a few minutes ago:

Sam Sifton will be our new National editor. From his star runs at Dining and Culture, we all know that Sam is a superb editor who brings infectious energy and a host of original ideas, digital and print, to everything he touches. Correspondents and critics adore him. So who better to fill the shoes of Rick Berke? Sam’s background here isn’t hard news, but we all saw the newsiness and urgency he brought to the Culture report. He takes over a superb desk that flawlessly handles the fastest-breaking and challenging news stories. This will be very sad news to his devoted fans as our brilliant dining critic, but Sam, a lover of regional food, looks forward to dining adventures with the National correspondents. It will be thrilling to watch him apply his editing and writing talents to the National report.

Sam took over the restaurant critic’s post two years ago after Frank Bruni moved on to leaner pastures.


Culinary grad Tyler Kord taste-tests a batch of new sandwiches in New York for Grubstreet. (via No. 7 Sub’s Tyler Kord Taste-Tests New York’s New Chain-Sandwich Subs — Grub Street New York)

(via iccedu)


We’ve got two brand spanking new super-duper special cupcakes at DeKalb this weekend!

Breakfast of Champions: Vanilla cake, salted caramel & espresso buttercream, topped with Liddabit Sweet’s “Breakfast of Champions” Caramel Corn (popcorn, caramel, espresso, bourbon, bacon), dark chocolate drizzle

The Saccenti: Fresh fig cake, ricotta buttercream, port wine reduction and tri-colored peppercorns

Both are limited edition, so get them before they disappear!


#WHO MADE ALL THESE #I love them

(via chrispetescia)

Loading posts...