Getty Images Eagles coach Chip Kelly correctly pointed out that his teams offensive line got whooped against the 49ers in Sundays loss, a result that isnt all that surprising given they were playing without three starters. One of the missing first-teamers is back on Monday. Right tackle Lane Johnsons suspension came to an end after 
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After gaining only 22 yards on 19 carries against Washington last Sunday, Eagles running back LeSean McCoy scoffed at the notion that he’s struggling. After gaining only 17 on 10 carries against the 49ers on Sunday, McCoy was singing a different tune. “I’m embarrassed,” McCoy said after the game, via Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia… 
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The 49ers have had a rough start, and it got even rougher when one of their top players limped to the locker room. Tight end Vernon Davis went down in the third quarter and injured his lower back. He got up on his own power, but he was struggling to walk back to the locker… 
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-Paesanos was opened by Peter McAndrews and his partner Nathan Baynes after McAndrews grew tired of having to add “gusto” to other sandwich shop offerings.
-Paesanos is located in the heart of Philly’s Italian Market, and has been regarded by many as having the city’s top Cheesesteak and Roast Pork.
-Apparently, the folks at Food Network and CNN thought the same, considering they were featured on Bobby Flay’s Throw Down and the Layover with Anthony Bourdain.
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-Chef Michael Solomonov and his partner, Steven Cook opened Zahav in 2009.
-Zahav, when translated from Hebrew, means Gold, which pretty much sums up the restaurant’s impact on Philadelphia’s glowing food scene.
-I actually saw Zahav featured on the Cooking Channel’s Unique Eats and I was craving its Middle Eastern delights ever since.
-The high ceilings, Middle Eastern antique low-light fixtures, pristine brick walls and the cut out arched doorways with ... read more »
The military may not want boots on the ground in every battle, but if you want to win in the blogging world you definitely need boots on the ground. Last weekend at the Doubletree Hotel in Philadelphia there were many boots on the ground thanks to the SITSGirls and their 2014 Bloggy Boot Camp. Ladies let me be honest
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Hello friends and Happy Fri-Yay! Welcome to the Weekend Wind-Down Link Party #35 I hope you all had a wonderful Labor Day Holiday and to all of the parents out there who have kids back in school I know you are doing the HAPPY DANCE! Back to School Funny Staples Commercial I am attending my first SITS Bloggy
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-Supper is the food-baby of husband and wife duo Mitch and Jennifer Prensky who also own their own farm called Blue Elephant Farm. With such incredible ingredients right in their back yard (literally), you can bet your boots the food here is fresh, seasonal and super local.
-Despite the otherwise-telling name, I had read so many fabulous reviews of Supper’s brunch that I thought it would be a perfect pick to celebrate a birthday with my partner’s family.
-Supper has been named o... read more »
-Vedge is owned by husband and wife duo, Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby, and has been open since fall of 2011 after they closed down their fan-favourite Horizon’s on South.
-First thing’s first, there is something you should know. Vedge is a strictly vegan restaurant. Wait! Don’t close the browser yet! You would be robbing yourself of one of the most stimulating #foodporn tours I’ve taken y’all on yet!
-Now, a lot of people associate the word Vegan with bland, boring, diet food, d... read more »
-Honey’s is regarded as one of Philly’s top breakfast staples when you want great food on the cheap.
-This is a really unique family-friendly diner that brings together Southern comfort fare with old-school Jewish cuisine. The owners are apparently a Jewish/ Tex-Mex couple, which explains the unusually delicious menu. When I read about it, I was determined to make a trek.
-Don’t bother coming if you’re in a crazy rush because there is almost always going to be a long li... read more »