Adult Sex Toys, Including a New Instant Libido Booster for Men and Women available for Valentines Day at Honey Gifts Canada


Vancouver, British Columbia (PRWEB) February 14, 2014

Honey Gifts Canada now exclusively offers Forta (an excellent Adult Gift), the popular natural instant libido booster, for their customers on Valentines Day. It is free of all the side effects of Viagra and can be used as its substitute.

Forta is offered as a completely natural libido booster for women and a natural enhancer for men. It is made using the purest organic ingredients and will not lead to addiction after frequent use. Due to its commitment to complete customer care, Honey Gifts aims to offer pure and safe adult sex toys that are made responsibly and sustainably by the company.

Forta for Women

Forta for Women has been developed for women suffering from low libido, lack of sexual appetite, dryness and for those having a hard time achieving orgasm. It may simply work to enhance womens sexual encounters, by intensifying orgasms, and sensitivity. It is an excellent example of one of the many adult gifts available at Honey Gifts Canada.

Forta for Women is a specially formulated instant female libido booster. The product is formulated with pure ingredients, designed to work naturally with a womans body to increase desire, orgasms and sexual appetite. Forta for Women does more than boost desire and improve physical performance; it also has positive effects on the spleen, lungs and kidneys and also reinforces vital essence. Taking the product 45 minutes prior to any sexual activity will increase a persons response time, sensitivity, and

sexual appetite, leading to more powerful orgasms and fulfilling romantic encounters.

Forta for Men

Forta Natural Male Performance Enhancer was developed for men dealing with impotence, premature ejaculation, and functional barriers of erection, and low libido. Forta is also known to increase the size and volume of the vital organ. This fast acting natural sexual enhancement product makes the most of a mans natural potential. Forta is made with 100% organic ingredients and will not lead to addiction.

About Honey Gifts Canada

Honey Gifts is Canada’s leader in premium-quality adult sex toys, lubricants, sexy gifts, lingerie and erotic products for singles and couples to enjoy. Located in beautiful Vancouver BC, Honey Gifts wants to help customers find the right products to meet their individual sexual desires. Honey Gifts respects customers privacy and allows them to shop discreetly online.

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DrugNews: Study Links Popular Erectile Dysfunction Drug to Melanoma


Orlando, FL (PRWEB) June 18, 2014

The prescription drug safety center DrugNews.net has added new information for patients who have taken popular erectile dysfunction drugs like Viagra. In a recent study, doctors found men who had taken these drugs had almost double the risk of developing the skin cancer melanoma*.

DrugNews was created to provide the latest on prescription drug recalls, safety alerts, research and litigation news to those patients using these products. Visitors can recognize potential dangers, see if others are experiencing similar side effects and decide if they need legal advice.

Viagra, or sildenafil, has been taken by an estimated 23 million men worldwide since it was introduced in 1998**.

DrugNews has now learned of a recent study published by the American Medical Association, which found those whove taken the drug have a 84% higher occurrence rate of melanoma*. The results were based on a study of more than 25,000 men of an average age of 65***.

Researchers noted that patients had a higher melanoma rate with the drug regardless of whether they had a family history of skin cancer, lived in areas with high ultraviolet light exposure, or had other kinds of cancer***. Melanoma is diagnosed in around 76,000 people each year, and results in about 9,700 deaths***.

Lawyers are investigating claims for those affected. Anyone diagnosed with melanoma after taking an erectile dysfunction drug is encouraged to visit DrugNews or speak with a lawyer about their legal options. DrugNews only recommends lawyers who have already handled ED skin cancer lawsuits.

For more information on the research, side effects and litigation news related to erectile dysfunction drugs and skin cancer, or to speak with a lawyer, visit http://www.DrugNews.net.

*JAMA, 4/7/14; http://archinte.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=1857095

**NBC News, 4/4/13; nbcnews.com/id/8004291/ns/health-mens_health/t/blindness-noted-men-using-impotence-drugs/#.U4yQWyhwGfQ

***NBC News, 4/7/14; nbcnews.com/health/health-news/viagra-may-boost-risk-deadly-skin-cancer-study-finds-n73976







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Beaumont First in U.S. to Treat Prostate Cancer with MRI-Guided Ultrasound Therapy


Royal Oak, MI (PRWEB) February 20, 2014

Urologists at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak are first in the U.S. to treat localized prostate cancer with a transurethral ultrasound therapy guided by magnetic resonance imaging. The experimental treatment is designed to potentially reduce the long-term complications of traditional prostate cancer treatments.

The first treatment on Jan. 25 marked the launch of the Transurethral Ultrasound Ablation research study at Beaumont evaluating the safety and effectiveness of a new medical device developed by Profound Medical Inc. of Canada.

The new, single treatment, outpatient procedure uses MRI guidance to allow physicians to precisely target the delivery of thermal (heat) therapy to the prostate gland with an ultrasound device inserted in the urethra. Ultrasound is a procedure in which high-energy sound waves are aimed directly at an area of abnormal cells or tissue in the body. The waves create heat that kills cells. The direct targeting with MRI is designed to spare nearby nerves and organs, such as the bladder, rectum and colon, from damage, potentially reducing treatment side effects.

Traditional prostate cancer treatments – surgery and radiation therapy – provide good local control of the disease, but can leave men with significant long-term complications affecting urinary, bowel and sexual function, says James Relle, M.D., urologist and co-principal investigator of the Beaumont study. These issues can significantly reduce a patients quality of life.

A better understanding of the natural history of prostate cancer has led us to focus on less invasive or less radical treatments, says Jason Hafron, M.D., urologist, and co-principal investigator of the study. As more men are diagnosed with prostate cancer through earlier screening and detection, we are focusing on development of treatment options with fewer long-term complications affecting quality of life.

To be eligible for the study, patients must meet criteria, including:

Be a male, 65 years of age or older
Have low-risk, early-stage, organ-confined prostate cancer
Be eligible for magnetic resonance imaging
Able to tolerate general anesthesia
Have biopsy confirmed cancer of the prostate
Not have a bleeding disorder
Not have a latex allergy
Not have a history of any major rectal or pelvic surgery
Not currently treated with antidepressant drugs

Research participants will be followed for a minimum of 12 months, including monitoring of quality of life and for signs of cancer recurrence.

For more information on study enrollment, call Maureen Cooney at 248-551-9477.

According to the American Cancer Society, prostate cancer is the most prevalent cancer in American men. About one man in six will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime, with the risk being highest after age 60. Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in American men, behind only lung cancer. About 1 man in 36 will die of prostate cancer.

Prostate cancer forms in tissues of the prostate, a gland in the male reproductive system found below the bladder and in front of the rectum. The prostate surrounds the urethra, the tube through which urine flows. A healthy prostate is about the size of a walnut. If the prostate grows too large, it squeezes the urethra. This may slow or stop the normal flow of urine.

About Beaumont Urology

Beaumont urologists offer endoscopic, robotic and laparoscopic surgical options as well as traditional surgeries. They also specialize in treatment for kidney stones; painful bladder conditions such as overactive bladder and incontinence; sexual dysfunction; urologic cancer; prostate conditions; male infertility; voiding dysfunction; and erectile dysfunction. In 2010, Beaumont opened a Womens Urology Center, the first center in the Midwest dedicated and designed for womens urological care and sexual dysfunction. Beaumont, Royal Oak is ranked on U.S. News & World Reports Americas Best Hospitals list for urology. Find out more at http://www.beaumont.edu/urology.

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A4Ms 21st Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging, Regenerative and Aesthetic Medicine to Feature Distinguished Medical Expert Speakers

Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) November 14, 2013

The program agenda for the 21st Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging, Regenerative, and Aesthetic Medicine includes over 70 speakers, of medical and business expertise. Some special speakers include Harvard University faculty as well as medical university faculty from other parts of the world, and several medical professionals with television, radio, and book accomplishments.

Abraham Morgentaler, MD, FACS is an associate clinical professor at Harvard Medical School, is the Director of Mens Health Boston and has recently appeared on CBS morning news. His areas of interest include hypogonadism (low testosterone), sexual dysfunction, male infertility, prostate disorders, vasectomy and microsurgical vasectomy reversal. He is the author of The Viagra Myth: The Surprising Impact on Love and Relationships, Male Body: A Physician’s Guide to What Every Man Should Know About His Sexual Health and Testosterone for Life: Recharge Your Vitality, Sex Drive, Muscle Mass, and Overall Health. Dr. Morgentaler will present a pre-conference, specialty workshop on Testosterone Deficiency & Therapy in Men on Thursday, December 12th 9:00am-5:00pm. Dr. Morgentaler will also present on Friday, December 13th on the topic of Testosterone Therapy in Men: Panacea, Scourge, or the Next Big Thing in Medicine?

Christoph Westphal, MD, PhD is an author and is on the Board of Fellows at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Westphal also co-founded Sirtris Pharmaceuticals in 2004 and served as CEO until April 2010. He currently serves on the Board of Overseers of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Dr. Westphal will present on Sunday, December 15th at 10:15am on Pharmaceutical Approaches to Treating Aging: The Sirtris Story.

Massimo Dominici is Professor of Oncology & Hematology at the University of Modena in Reggio Emilia, Italy and an author. Dr. Dominici has been as ISCT member since 2001. He is currently a member of the Mesenchymal and Tissue Stem Cells committee and the ISCT Treasurer and has seen the society go from operation at a loss to being profitable. In 2009 he co-founded the forum of Italian Researchers on Mesenchymal Stromal Cells. Dr. Dominici will present on Sunday, December 15th at 9:10am on Stem Cells: Understanding Aging as a Platform to Enhance Tissue Regeneration.

Eduardo Mansilla is Professor of Internal Medicine at the School of Medical Sciences at the National University of La Plata, Argentina, former President of the Internal Medicine Society in La Plata, Argentina, Vice President of the Argentine Internal Medicine Federation (FAMI), and former Chairman of the Argentine Diabetes Society, and the Preventive and Immune-Genetic Diabetes Committee. Dr. Mansilla is Director of Tissue Engineering, Regenerative Medicine and Cell Therapies Laboratory, CUCAIBA, and Province of Buenos Aires Ministry of Health, Argentina. Dr. Mansilla will present on Saturday, December 14th at 2:20pm on Could Metabolic Syndrome, Lipodystrophy and Aging be Mesenchymal Stem Cell Exhaustion Syndromes?

Supporting and advancing the education of dedicated healthcare practitioners in the anti-aging, regenerative medicine treatment field through top-in-their field presenters, networking and collaboration is a key component of our programs. This conference is intended to foster best practices sharing from which colleagues from across the world can learn and grow as healthcare professionals offered Elizabeth Wheeler, A4Ms Education Program Director.

Other featured speakers include Directors of A4M Fellowships and Certifications such as Pamela Smith, MD, MS, MPH; Jennifer Landa, MD, OB/GYN, FAARFM, Sharon McQuillan, MD; and Mark Rosenberg, MD. For a list of all conference and Fellowship module speakers, visit http://www.a4m.com/las-vegas-2013-meet-our-faculty.html.

The conference, to be held at the Venetian/Palazzo Hotel, will host over 3,000 International and domestic medical practitioners and our exhibition hall will host more than 250 exhibitors. The educational program is an AMA PRA Category 1 accredited educational activity worth a maximum of 28 CME credits.

For more information on this innovative medical educational event, please visit http://www.a4m.com or call 561-997-0112.

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About the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine

As a federally registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization, the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M) is the world’s largest non-profit scientific society of physicians and scientists dedicated to the advancement of technology to detect, prevent, and treat aging related disease and to promote research into methods to retard and optimize the human aging process.

A4M offers exclusive membership to all medical professionals where they gain access to over two-decades of established medical expertise. We are also dedicated to educating physician and scientists and are proud to be in our 21st year of providing first-class continuing education conferences on anti-aging issues, regenerative and functional medicine.

To further demonstrate our commitment to the future of medicine, the shared responsibility for patient outcomes and transforming health education through innovation, we offer Board Certifications and Fellowship Training Programs in various disciplines ranging from anti-aging, regenerative and functional medicine to such disciplines as aesthetic medicine, skin cancer and stem cell therapy, in order to lead the industry by establishing best practice standards in these areas.







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Friday, September 25, 2009

Maggie's - Avalon, NJ














Maggie's - Avalon, NJ

As summer comes to an end, Juan hits us with a benny review from the shore...

That's right folks. Juan took a trip "down the shore" just to review a benny for you! That's not true, but I do know a lot of you Philly cats spend your weekends down there so I figured I'd check out a place where you can find a benny. Maggie's has a real nice deck, perfect for the outdoor brunch experience. This benny looks pretty good and perfectly lit by some quality beach side sunshine, right? Don't be deceived. This one ranks among the lowest for me. Completely standard, nothing special. Totally drowning in hollandaise! The potatoes were probably the saving grace of this entire dish. I'm going to leave the garbage and Jersey like I should have in the first place and only eat bennys from the 215 from here on out. - Juan

2.5 out of 5

Continental - Olde City














Continental - Olde City - 2nd & Market

Our first brunch experience from one of Mr. Starr's establishments... I was not blown away. As visually appealing as this benny is, it was just about standard. The ham was cut really thin, couldn't taste it as much as I would have liked to. Potatoes were above average, cleverly cut like ruffles potato chips. I will say this benny was reasonably priced at $8.50, however the bloody mary was certainly not at $10. You heard right, my drink was more expensive than my meal. Service was sub-par but there was no shortage of hot lil chickens working at that place, I guess that's the sacrifice. Really not much to say about this benny, it was average. - Juan

3 out of 5

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Caribou Cafe














Caribou Cafe - 11th and Walnut

Oeufs benedicte w/ merguez lamb sausage

This benny right here was an absolute hit. Garlic muffins, spinach, tomato hollandaise and merguez lamb sausage. The lamb sausage was out of this world, spiced to perfection. Potatoes were also fantastic, tasted like they came off a grille. The Caribou is a nice place, a little swank for your typical hungover weekend brunch, and the price reflects. If I had to say something negative about this benny (which I do) it would be about the meat/egg distribution. As you'll notice in the photo, one muffin was topped with the sausage, the other with an egg. First time I've seen this approach. I'd prefer sausage and egg on BOTH of my muffins please. This benny was too good to be shorted an egg! - Juan

4 out of 5
















Oeufs benedicte w/ hangar steak

Not much of a difference here, other than the meat. I do recall my eggs being slightly overdone, which can make or break a benny. I had a taste of Juan's lamb sausage benny and I must say that if I ever returned to the Caribou Cafe, I'd go with that instead of the hangar steak. Presented in the same fashion, the hangar steak benny was pretty decent. The steak itself came out medium-medium well, which is usually how I order my steak. Caribou also offers a salmon benny which unfortunately wasn't reviewed. C. Hunte could have completed the trifecta, but his weak stomach isn't cut out for the world of benny reviewing. Poor guy.

3.5 out of 5

Thursday, July 30, 2009

St. Stephen's Green














St. Stephen's Green - 1701 Green St.

There was a time where I would go to St. Stephens Green just about every week for drinks. I didn't know they served brunch until a week ago, and apparently I've been missing out because its hittin. They offer two bennys, a standard benny, and the Florentine Crab benny, which consists of spinach, crab, two poached eggs, and tarragon sauce choron on english muffins. Great benny, great presentation. Somebody suggest a less than stellar benny so I can stop with these gracious ratings.

4.5 out of 5

Silk City














Silk City - 5th and Spring Garden

El Ciudad. Most people who aren't in the know front on Silk City when they see it, and write it off as another grimey diner based on its outer shell. Little do they know that inside lies some of the best food No. Libs has to offer. Their benedict is pretty much your standard benny, with the exception of the meat. Canadian bacon, yes, but 3 pieces of Canadian bacon. Two placed in the classic fashion we all know and love, BUT a third creating a bridge from one benny to the next, as if to help you segue seamlessly into the other benny. Genius.

4 out of 5

Monday, June 1, 2009

A Full Plate














A Full Plate - 1009 N. Bodine St

'Go and eat brunch at A Full Plate' should be #1 on your list of plans this weekend. What you see pictured is their Crabcake benny. Two crabcakes topped with mozzarella cheese and poached eggs. One of the best bennys I've had in quite some time. After much discussion with my fellow benny connesieurs, I've determined that A Full Plate is cheating. The crabcakes alone are a meal in and of themselves. They just decided to slap some poached eggs on top to contend with the Abbaye for the number one position on my super important blog. I'm on to you Full Plate...

5 out of 5.

New Wave Cafe













New Wave Cafe - 784 S. 3rd St.

This picture of the New Wave benny looks about as traditional as an eggs benedict can get. English muffin, ham, poached eggs and bearnaise sauce (gotcha). Very decent benny. Nothing to get too excited about, but I would definitely have another if I found myself looking for a brunch spot in Queen Village. 3/7th's of the Christian St. ladies dug it. I think you will too.

3.5 out of 5

Monday, May 11, 2009

Cafe Estelle














Cafe Estelle - 444 N. 4th Street

Eggs Benny

This benny here reminds me a joke someone once told me, it went something like this. "Apparently smaller cars, cell phones, and laptop computers are really in style right now. Maybe someday smaller penises will be in style...and YOU my friend, will be a legend". Well apparently smaller bennys are in style now too, and I couldn't be more disappointed. I grasp (but do not enjoy) that whole smaller portions trend but c'mon! This is not T.G.I. Fridays people, this is BRUNCH we're talking about. All things aside, this was an outstanding benny. Thinly sliced ham, perfects eggs and hollandaise sauce on a toasty little biscuit. Home fries were also excellent. You should also be aware that Cafe Estelle is a pour-your-own coffee place with 4 different blends to chose from. You also receive a cup to-go after paying. We dig this about you Estelle. Awesome benny, but I left hungry.

This was a solid 4-egg benny but Im knocking it down to 3.5 due to size.

3.5 out of 5














Eggs Francis

Similar story with the Eggs Francis. Great benny, but a bit on the small side. Shrimp, artichokes, bernaise sauce, all on top of an English Muffin fit for a baby. The benny kids meal, the White Castle equivalent of the benny, etc. Don't get it twisted, just because I could have easily eaten 2 more of these doesn't mean that the taste was lacking. A good amount of shrimp/artichokes despite the surface area of the English Muffin!

I highly recommend Cafe Estelle.

3.5 out of 5

Sunday, May 3, 2009

The Belgian Cafe


















The Belgian Cafe - 21st and Green

I admire any benny that deviates from the norm. In the case of The Belgian Cafe, substituting a Liege waffle for an english muffin seemed ballsy when I first read about it. The waffle, combined with Lancaster ham, poached eggs, and some asparagus made for a surprisingly average benny. Did I expect more out of it? Probably. Was it bad? No. Would I order it again? Probably not.

While I realize that the focus of this blog is on the benny itself, I'd like to stress the importance of potatoes during brunch. Hash browns, home fries, frites, latke... these things matter!

3 out of 5

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

The Sidecar Bar














The Sidecar Bar - 22nd and Christian

Eggs Hussarde

Cajun Tasso ham, broiled tomato, Marchand de Vin sauce, and hollandaise on an english muffin served with potatoes and a salad. A full plate indeed. I wasn't sure what to expect out of the Eggs Hussarde as I've never had this variation of the benny, but it really didn't taste that much different from a regular benny to me. However, the Cajun Tasso ham was noticably different. Great benny, great service.

4 out of 5


















Re-New Orleans

You know Juan had to provide hope to the people after Hurricane Katrina... so what did he do? Order the Re-New Orleans eggs benedict! Definitely a change of pace here. No, your eyes are not deceiving you. There is no english muffin OR biscuit under that benny. That my friends, is Crawfish-potato hash. It was incredible, tons of crawfish. Add a couple of poached eggs topped with smoke tomato Choron sauce and you've got the Re-New Orleans. This dish definitely had some of that "Nawlans" creole soul-food spice to it. Off the hook, would also be great to eat for lunch or dinner. Served with a side salad, this may be the first benny that didn't make me want to kill myself after consuming it - Quite refreshing. There's a reason why the lights from the heavens are shining down on the picture of the Re-New Orleans and not the Hussarde. Go find out for yourself

4.5 out of 5

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

That's right... the Eggs Benny Files need YOU!

First and foremost, thanks to Drew Lazor over at Citypaper.net for featuring the Eggs Benny Files in the Meal Ticket section of the paper's online blog reel!

Now we realize that we have hardly broken the surface of the egg that is the 215 benny scene, so we want to know where YOU believe the best eggs benny can be found in the brotherly. Leave the name of your favorite benny slangin' establishment and our dedicated team will voyage to your neck of the woods to continue the journey. Shit, why don't you join us for brunch?

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Zot














Zot - 122 Lombard Street

This was the weekend I did the impossible. Two bennys in two days. The surgeon general disapproves of even consuming one benny per month, let alone two in two days.

Sunday morning record store trek to west philly with Eli turns into a visit to ZOT, a hidden belgian beer spot that could most definitely hang with Monks... PLUS they serve brunch on Sunday! Frites, homemade biscuits, poached eggs, bernaise sauce (!), and fried prosciutto instead of bacon.

4 out of 5


Where's the bacon you might ask?....




















Bacon's in the vodka!!!
$3 Bloody Mary's on Sundays.

*** Zot has recently altered their benny... another review coming soon!

Sabrina's Cafe (Fairmount)














Sabrina's Cafe - 1804 Callowhill Street

One of two Sabrina's reviews as their Eggs Benedict Florentine DOES taste different at each location. Sabrina's is usually packed, but the homie Raws and I were lucky enough to find some seats at the bar. After Luke explained to the waitress that I was an "Eggs Benedict Connoisseur" and my blood is actually 43% hollandaise sauce... it was time to get down on the Eggs Benedict Florentine. This is their bare bones benny, and I couldn't be more satisfied with it.... just wish it wasn't so damn crowded at this spot!

4.5 out of 5

Side: minutes later, I finally scored a copy of the crazy rare Eugene Mcdaniels LP, Headless Heroes of the Apocalypse

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Royal Tavern














Royal Tavern - 937 E Passyunk Ave.

Juan and I ventured to south phil for the Royal Tavern's Eggs Blackstone. Poached eggs, biscuits, fried tomatoes, crumbled bacon, hollandaise sauce, and hash browns. I'm not really quite sure how to explain this, but this benny got better over time. I felt like something was off about the first biscuit, but the second one regained my faith in the Blackstone.

3.5 out of 5

Dos Segundos














Dos Segundos - 931 N. 2nd Street

Not your classic eggs benedict. Listed as "Huevos Dos Segundos", this is more of a mexican take on the eggs benedict. Sopes are substituted for english muffins, and I believe there were some refried beans in there as well. An interesting dish, but not something I would order regularly.

3.5 out of 5

N. 3rd














N. 3rd - 3rd and Brown


Your classic eggs benedict. Nothing spectacular upon first glance, but this turned out to be a decent benny. Hollandaise sauce was a little sweet for my taste (very similar to Sabrinas). They also have a salmon & tomato benny which I'll be getting into sometime in the near future.

3.5 out of 5

Abbaye














The Abbaye - 3rd and Fairmount

Regular Eggs Benedict... perfection in a benny. Homemade biscuits & the perfect amount of hollandaise sauce.

5 out of 5.

Juan's dish is pictured, so here's his review:

Always a great selection here. Biscuits, eggs and hollandaise are all superb. And look at those potatoes?! Crispy and delicious, best of the city thus far. My only side-note is that I prefer the classic canadian bacon as opposed to the regular bacon pictured here. Otherwise, no complaints. The Abbaye is our home-field of breakfast spots, if you will. You'll never once wait for a table (all of you suckers waiting out front of Honeys need to get a clue) and the home of Jorge, only the best server in the 215.

Im giving a 4.5 out of 5.
















The Texas Benedict

"It takes a particular hunger to order the Texas benny..." - Jorge

Don't ever order this. Unless you enjoy feeling like complete crap. The infamous Texas Benedict. This is the second (and last) Texas Benny I've ever ordered from the Abbaye.

Homemade biscuits, gravy, bacon, poached eggs, and... fried chicken. Tastes GREAT, but not intended to be eaten by humans.

3 out of 5.
















The Vegetable Benedict...

.. for those of you who think adding spinach and tomatoes somehow transforms the eggs bendict into a healthy meal.

In all seriousness, I dig this benny as much as the regular benny at the Abbaye. Nothing complicated about this one... ditch the bacon, add some veggies.

4 out of 5



JORGE!...

Classic Diner














Classic Diner - Frazer, PA

Not in Philly so technically it's out of the running for the best eggs benny in the city. BUT, it is pretty damn good. Spinach Eggs Benny is pictured. Too much hollandaise sauce!

4.5 out of 5

Honey's Sit N' Eat














Honeys Sit N' Eat- 4th and Brown

Eggs benny served on toast!?
That's like serving PB&J on rye...

GTFOOHWTBS!!!!
(get the f out of here with that bullshit)

Regardless of this mortal sin, I am giving the eggs benny at Honey's a 3.5 out of 5, mainly due to the perfect amount of hollandaise sauce, potato latke and friendly service.

The Eggs Benny Files....

...the truth is out there

A young man's quest to find the best eggs benedict in the city of Philadelphia. Some may say it's impossible, some may question my motives, some are just flat out haters and want all the bennys for themselves.
 
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