Philadelphia has a deep-rooted culinary history and is also at the forefront of evolving food trends. TableMatters.com, the thinking person’s food and beverage Web site, uses this rich local culture as a departure point to explore everything that is fun and fascinating about food
Philadelphia, PA (Vocus) March 2, 2010
Drexel University’s Goodwin College announces today the debut of TableMatters.com, a newly-designed, comprehensive Web site devoted to food culture in the Philadelphia region and beyond.
Led by Culinary Arts instructor Edward Bottone and Managing Editor and honor student Emily Callaghan, TableMatters.com features restaurant and bar reviews, commentary, event coverage, food history and recipes written by the students and faculty of Goodwin’s Hospitality Management, Culinary Arts and Food Science program, along with a host of professional food writers from across the country.
“Philadelphia has a deep-rooted culinary history and is also at the forefront of evolving food trends. TableMatters.com, the thinking person’s food and beverage Web site, uses this rich local culture as a departure point to explore everything that is fun and fascinating about food,” said Callaghan.
In addition to its “Plate” and “Bottle” sections, which feature articles about all things food and beverage, the site includes a robust Resource section with a dictionary of gastronomy, recipes and conversion charts along with a Philadelphia section highlighting the hottest eateries and newest specialty shops in the region.
Creating founder of TableMatters.com Jason Wilson, “I'm excited about the evolution of TableMatters.com, especially its new focus on Philadelphia. Emily and Edward are taking the magazine in a fresh and exciting direction.”
Upcoming content on TableMatters.com will include an interview with prominent Philadelphia Inquirer Restaurant Critic Craig LaBan, a behind-the-scenes look at the Best of Philly section from Philadelphia Magazine Food Editor, Ashley Primis, and a Q&A with Marnie Old, a nationally-renowned sommelier, author and wine educator.
About Drexel University’s Goodwin College of Professional Studies
Goodwin College’s School of Education, School of Technology and Professional Studies, and Division of Customized Learning and Continuing Education provide hands-on and accessible education to adult learners, traditional students, and organizations seeking superior academic quality and unique solutions to meet their learning needs. With a variety of delivery modes including traditional day, part-time evening, accelerated Saturday classes, online, off-campus and customized corporate programs, Goodwin College combines Drexel University’s resources with flexible learning options to meet the needs of its students and partner organizations. For more information, please visit Goodwin College of Professional Studies.