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The Universal Language of Food and Poetry

The Universal Language of Food and Poetry

Just off the Limekiln exit of I-83 in New Cumberland, The Garlic Poet Restaurant & Bar stands as a beacon of fine cuisine and high-minded literary notions. With a sophisticated literary-themed atmosphere, a locally sourced menu of unique culinary masterpieces and an impressive craft-beer and fine wine selection, The Garlic Poet is truly an epicurean gem in the midstate.

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Drink of the Month

Drink of the Month

Check out the March drink of the month

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By an Open Fire

By an Open Fire

Check out Jane Adams' three homemade rubs to spice up your turkeys this holiday season.

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Drink Slingers & Joke Tellers

Drink Slingers & Joke Tellers

This month's photo story features some photos of local bartenders.

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Eat, Drink and Be Merry

Eat, Drink and Be Merry

Of all the tastes, of all the flavors, of all the breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks and desserts savored throughout a lifetime – what is the hands-down, all-time, without-question, undeniable, No. 1, top-of-the-list, most favorite foodie delight in the whole world that, if given the chance, you'd choose as the last thing you'd ever eat? Harrisburg Magazine set out to discover what a handful of the midstate's cuisine experts would choose as the one grand-finale dish.

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Rise and Dine

Rise and Dine

Though it’s primarily served only on Sundays here in Central Pennsylvania, it gives you something to look forward to with mouth-watering anticipation and offers an excuse to drink while your watch still says “a.m.” Harrisburg Magazine celebrates the local brunch scene by pointing out six of the best places to crack an egg or sip a mimosa right here in the midstate.

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The Hershey Pantry

The Hershey Pantry

Well, it’s official. Cindy Hess is taking over East Chocolate Avenue. Hess has owned the renowned Hershey Pantry since 1990. She describes her flagship business, The Hershey Pantry, as serving “upscale family-style fare."

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Adventure Chick

Adventure Chick

Olive oil. Ground beef. Pepperoni, Tomatoes. Red Wine. Plenty of red wine. Some for the sauce. More for the cook.

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Big Interesting Food, S.1,E.3

Big Interesting Food, S.1,E.3

In celebration of the creepiest, spookiest, scariest, screamiest, most terrifying, ghost-filled, monster-packed, gleefully gruesome time of year, this third installment of Big Interesting Food (BIF) is dedicated to Halloween in all its fiendishly frightening glory.

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Ice Cream Sunday

Ice Cream Sunday

I couldn't resist. When I got invited to a tour of Turkey Hill ice cream plant in Conestoga, Pennsylvania with a few fellow bloggers, I just couldn't resist going - I mean honestly - who could resist the promise of free ice cream?

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