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Joy Manning

Men's Health Mag

Philadelphia, PA, United States

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  • The Kitchn
  • Civil Eats
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Joy Manning

Joy Manning is a James Beard–nominated food writer and the editor of Edible Philly magazine. The former nutrition editor for Prevention, Joy's work zeroes in on the places where healthy meets delicious. Follow her on Twitter @joymanning. → Read More

The Five Best-Tasting Nonalcoholic Beers to Get Through Dry January

Just in time for Dry January, upstart craft brewers are releasing nonalcoholic beers with actual flavor. These are the best options to drink when you're sober. → Read More

25 Easy Ways to Lose 10 Pounds Without Feeling Like You’re Dieting

There isn't a one-size-fits-all formula on how to lose 10 pounds, but the good news is that these fail-proof tips can be applied to any type of diet. → Read More

Where to drink in Philadelphia during Dry July

Thanks to an increasing number of local restaurants and bars, you can go out, drink well, and win your Dry July. - Joy Manning, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News → Read More

Chicken Lentil Soup

A comforting recipe for wholesome lentil soup filled with chicken and vegetables. → Read More

Can Dumplings Heal a Neighborhood Divide?

An ambitious dinner series in Philadelphia spent a year trying to build bridges with food. → Read More

Local cows love their Herr's potato chips, but does it make the beef taste better?

The beef is now on the menu at a couple restaurants in Philly and at Cappuccio's Meats, a butcher shop in the Italian Market, where there is usually a waiting list for the best cuts - like rib eye and, porterhouse. → Read More

7 Vegetables That Won't Make You Bloated

If vegetables make you bloated and gassy, try one of these gut-friendly veggies instead. → Read More

From South Philly's acclaimed Noord, an Easter brunch to make at home

Instead of the traditional ham and potato salad, chef Joncarl Lachman of Noord recommends cured salmon, frittata, and homemade chocolate bark for dessert. → Read More

Top Philly bartenders play with new non-alcoholic cocktail mixer

Seedlip combos "actually taste like a drink," says chef Nick Elmi. → Read More

Which food trends will catch on in 2017?

After all the January cleanses are over and regular eating resumes, what, exactly, will be in our shopping carts in 2017 and beyond? → Read More

25 Awesome Things You Can Do With Sriracha

Sriracha is seriously hot right now in the food world. These 25 healthy recipes make the most of this MVP of hot sauces. → Read More

Can do: Two chefs spent the end of summer just like your grandma did

If you've been to Hungry Pigeon lately, you may have seen farmers delivering crates of corn, peaches, and tomatoes to chefs Scott Schroeder and Pat O'Malley. It's been happening several times a day in their Queen Village restaurant and cafe. Their menu leans hard on pristine produce, with many vegan and vegetable-heavy dishes, and the harvest is in overdrive now. → Read More

7 Foods That Make Your Psoriasis Worse

If you struggle with the skin condition psoriasis, these 7 foods may be making your psoriasis worse. → Read More

10 Foods That Make Inflammation Worse

Runners are constantly battling the effects of inflammation, and these foods aren’t helping. → Read More

10 Foods That Make Inflammation Worse

As runners, we are constantly battling the effects of inflammation, and these foods aren’t helping. → Read More

Old City's Chloe: A love story in and out of the kitchen

We always hear about the shiny, new food companies. The Spot is a series about the Philadelphia area's more established establishments and the people behind them. When chefs Mary Ann Ferrie and Dan Grimes opened the door to Chloe, their 32-seat bistro, in fall 2000, they didn’t know they were just ahead of a dining trend that would help define Philadelphia’s quirky PLCB-hamstrung restaurant… → Read More

Bitar's: Still a Middle Eastern neighborhood grocery

We always hear about the shiny, new food companies. The Spot is a series about the Philadelphia area's more established establishments and the people behind them. → Read More

Good food for all: A pay-what-you-can café comes to West Philly

The area around the 3800 block of Lancaster Avenue in West Philadelphia offers limited choices for dining out. There's a run-down pizza shop, a bulletproof Chinese take-out joint, and not much else. But that's about to change. → Read More

Drexel's chef conference has grown in tandem with Philly's food world prestige

There has always been a lot for locals to love about our city's culinary soul. But as the city and its restaurants are landing on "best of" lists nationwide, it's clear the rest of the food world is sharing the love, with two Top Chef winners running restaurants here and local chefs regularly honored by the James Beard Awards. → Read More