Stephen Cleghorn here. Don't have the paper here at the farm, so I cannot see if contact information is included in the print version. For those seeing this online, my phone and email, as well as a lot more about the farm, are on my website: http://paradisegardensandfarm.com/
So wish I could afford it, my family and I would LOVE this!
Very happy to see a Wholey's restauraunt open up. Whenever I'm home for the holidays my grandmother tells stories of her uncle Bobby's milk and egg farm and now I have something to show her how much it's grown since then!
Great posting! I love eating and found bangkok food tasty and eye pleasing.
I get it at the SuperWalmart in Robinson. I am originally from Central PA by way of about 7 other states....have always had a hard time finding scrapple.
I have only eaten there several times, so I'm no expert. Also, I couldn't tell you the difference between Thai or Vietnamese cuisine. Granted, the service could have been a bit more timely; however, rather than being slow, it was due to the always packed-house (something I equate with a 'good-find'). Likewise, the wait for your food to be prepared is rewarded by fresh flavors presented in a perfect balance that I have not experienced in other local Asian restaurants. I may not be an expert, but I know what I like. I recommend this restaurant, and I commend the owners for their obvious dedication and hard work.
Thanks for a review of Luke Wholey's that actually talks about how the food tastes! With Melissa McCart's review at the P-G it was pretty hard to tell!
I apologize if we missed the mark on your stuffed salmon, and your mothers rice. Please stop by anytime and allow me to personally make your meal just the way you and your mother like on the house. I really appreciate your feedback.
Thank you , and I hope to see you again!
You mentioned "sweet" in your review several times, and I definitely found myself wishing for a salt shaker for my stuffed salmon. My mom couldn't even eat her rice because it was so sweet. Lobster bisque was good, but not good enough to make me return.
This place will not last!
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Always guaranteed a great selection of wines. Great if you live in the neighborhood!
Looking forward to the opening.
Oh, is that her name? Lori. I remember her as the person who took my cash for the bill, counted it, and then offered me the change. I told her that was for the waitress (and now that I remember it, I think it was her daughter?). She counted it, and said "Did you mean to leave only 15%? Did she do a good job? If she did a good job, maybe you should leave her some more..."
I was sitting at a red light on Monday evening and looked over and saw the MAC Diner on my right. It caught my eye because my initials are MAC. I love diners and can't wait to go there soon!
Wow. The pig in the picture looks like he/she is acutally smiling! What a happy piggie.
Sounds marveloo! Will try soon.
Just to clarify some of the article. Piacquadio's was reopened by Dan Piacquadio and his nephew John Piacquadio in 2008. Dan retired in 2011 and John Piacquadio and Greg Mandich (brother-in-law of John Piacquadio) has continued the tradtional reciepes and added, what we like to call invent-a-dish as specials to our extensive menu. In addtion to the article I would like to state that all of our soups and sauces are made from scratch using the best ingredients avaiable to us. I would have to agree that the Gnocchi ordered with Marinara sauce would have been better if ordered with our Homemade Tomato Sauce which has a gravy like texture which is better suited for that dish. The Linguine with White Clam Sauce has more of a creamy texture than a soupy texture to stick to the noodle better and the Sauce is awesome especially when you dipp the Crusty Italian Bread in it (Just like in the old days at Grandma's table). We would like to Thank Angelique Bamberg and Jason Roth for the review and hope to see them and their followers in the future.
Why wont you try taking Ultra Fiber DX . It helped me a lot so on to you also. Its a great substitution of flour. It will help you lose weight and makes your digestion moves smoothly.
I tried to use a Living Social deal at the restaurant but was denied saying they weren't going to honor the deal for which I paid. It would have been my first time there, but obviously I won't be contributing to their business at all in the future.
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