Beth DAddono

Beth DAddono

I'm a journalist.

I'm a seasoned pro in travel/food/lifestyle writing for editorial and custom sites. I’m also expert at interviewing the right people and translating their views into snappy, interesting content.

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Philly.com

Sausage beyond the swine

Sausage beyond the swine

Philly.com

How do the locals celebrate Mardi Gras? With red beans and rice, jambalaya - philly-archives

How do the locals celebrate Mardi Gras? With red be...

Parkcity article
Philly.com

It's downhill from here

It's downhill from here

Philly.com

Cheesed off - Philly.com

Cheesed off - Philly.com

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Philly.com

Readers cook up themed meals for book club

SOME BOOK CLUBS are serious affairs, intent on intellectual discourse and literary delving. The one I belong to is not of that ilk. Not that the friends and neighbors in my Belmont Hills club aren't......

Philly.com

Philadelphia Daily News

News, sports, weather, traffic, nightlife directory, commentary, and more from the Philadelphia Daily News...

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Philly.com

Cocktail trends in and beyond Philly

What you’ll be drinking next, from boat drinks in tiki bars to Chinese liqueur and DIY cocktails....

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Locally sourced foodie gifts for holiday giving

WHAT do you get the committed-to-buying-local eater and home cook on your list? Chances are he or she already has the latest kitchen gimcrack, like a home sous-vide cooker or a pasta machine that......

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Philly.com

A hunger for healthy food drives career change for local mom

Children with special needs take their parents on a very particular and personal journey....

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Philly.com

Stalking wild food with Eli Kulp

Forkand High Street on Market chef and renowned forager Evan Strusinski look for dinner ingredients in the woods....

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Philly.com

New book explores culinary culture from around the world

Don't look now, but that tilapia you're tucking into has been around since King Tut....

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Philly.com

Chip off the old block: At these 2 bars, icing cocktails the retro way is hot

WANT THAT cocktail on the rock?Depending on the drink, a single rock is exactly what you're sipping around at two Philly bars: R2L, the stunning 37th-floor bar and restaurant atop Two Liberty, and the Franklin Mortgage & Investment Co., the lower-level speakeasy in the former Bar Noir space, on 18th...

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Philly.com

Skip the mix: DIY hot chocolate just tastes better

THEY MAY not have been so good with dates, but those Mayans knew a good thing when they tasted it. Historians believe that a savvy Mayan swigged the first chocolate beverage about 2,000 years ago -......

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Philly.com

Strategies for healthy eating while you're on vacation

IF VACATIONS and road trips usually add up to an overload of fast food and unhealthy snacking for your brood, don't fret. Thanks to a new mobile app, healthydiningfinder.com, you can follow healthy......

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Philly.com

Frankly speaking: The tale of America's Hot Dog King

Take one helping of moxie, add some street smarts born of desperation and a hefty dash of unstoppable Polish work ethic - slap it all between a freshly toasted, American-made bun, and you have Nathan's Famous Hot Dogs, a Coney Island icon since 1916....