Summer is almost here. Visions of backyard cookouts and weekends at the New Jersey shore come to mind. Our Catering Department is always thinking of new ways to offer you gourmet eats for a good price for any occasion! Summer is the perfect time to acquaint yourself with our catering offerings.
Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial kick off to the summer season. It’s the perfect opportunity to bring family and friends together for a fun summer party at home! Let Di Bruno’s Catering help make planning your Memorial Day party a breeze!
Di Bruno Bros. is once again proud to be supporting and participating in the 2012 Italian Market Festival on May 19 and 20. This celebration of all things Italian, and the nation's largest outdoor market, draws large crowds every year from all over the city and region.
Working in Philadelphia’s social services, my old roommate often endured tough days. Days that often resulted in the same, simple, comforting meal. I’d watch as she’d come into the kitchen, butter two slices of bread, pull some cheese out of the fridge, and proceed to prepare her ultimate nutritional anaesthetic: the Grilled Cheese Sandwich.
Do you know one thing that people really love for lunch? Soup and a sandwich! Another thing people absolutely adore: French Onion Soup! Here’s a tasty creation to satisfy their hunger using a blend of delicious French cheeses and fresh, hearth baked bread. It’s what I call “The Very Cheesy Grilled French Onion Soup Sandwich”.
If you love beer, then Philly Beer Week—a festival to celebrate beer in Philadelphia—is the ultimate event for you. This 10-day celebration of the ‘Best Beer-Drinking City in America’ highlights the region’s diverse beer scene – its world-class breweries, neighborhood taverns, trend-setting restaurants and rich beer culture and history.
Enjoy a special discount on tickets for Di Bruno’s friends & family and celebrate artisan food in Philly! This year is the 8th annual production of The Brewer’s Plate, a one-of-a-kind tasting event that pairs craft beers with local gourmet foods.
As far as I’m concerned, cheese and coffee make up their own food groups. The dynamic flavors and chemistries attainable by both of these items allow for thousands of different possibilities. I’ve had a long-term relationship with coffee for a few years now, while cheese is a slightly newer affair (luckily coffee hadn’t caught wind of it). Leading up to this past weekend, I decided it was time to introduce coffee to my mistress.
9th Street cheesemonger Mark Bomalaski and VP of Culinary Pioneering Emilio Mignucci make a goat cheese pizza using Caprichio de Cabra (Spanish goat cheese), Pantaleo (Sardinian goat cheese), kalamata olives, and arugula.