|Anna of La Cucina divulged the secrets to making traditional filled cannolis|
Center Court was packed with vendors selling speciality products such as porchetta, fresh pasta, cheeses, wines, gelato (from Cappogiro of course), and much more! Market stalwarts such as Molly Malloys, By George and Beck's touted traditional Italian foods such as paninis, pizza and strombolis while the Munier Mandolin and Guitar Orchestra serenaded shoppers and visitors for much of the afternoon.
|"Sounds like the soundtrack for The Godfather," quipped one passerby.|
Helping with the salad takes on a new meaning as these two volunteers vigorously shred Romaine lettuce.
Another volunteer rather more gingerly helps prep the citrus for the salad.
|Photo opportunity anyone?|
Aside from being a foodie heaven, the Reading Terminal Market is a great destination for visiting families, tourists to the City and locals. Events like the Italian Fest help put the Market on the map, combining food, fun and educational opportunities.
Ever wondered what's on the inside of a muffaletta, for instance?
We found out, thanks to Chef Bill Beck...
Ever thought you should try a wheatgrass shot from the Market's juice bar???
I was talked into it by my teen son on Saturday. Hmmmm.
Wish I hadn't.