What’s Cooking on 1060: Holiday Traditions and Innovations
“We’re George and Vasiliki Tsiouris from Opa Restaurant, and here’s What’s Cooking on 1060!”
By Hadas Kuznits
The folks from Opa, at 1311 Sansom Street in center city Philadelphia, are bringing a little ethnicity to the holidays.
“When you’re Greek, you always do it a little more… extra,” Vasiliki Tsiouris (near right) tells KYW Newsradio.
Their holiday table is a feast of Mediterranean dishes.
“We love gathering together, and it centers around food, so the more the better,” she says, “and there’s always a variety.”
Hear Hadas Kuznits’ full interview with George and Vasiliki Tsiouris in this CBS Philly podcast…
For something a little more traditional, chef David Boyle (right) says his restaurant, Davio’s, will be open on the holiday for a Feast of the Seven Fishes.
“The Feast of the Seven Fishes is a Christmas Eve traditional dinner where only seafood is served,” he explains.
Hear Hadas Kuznits’ full interview with David Boyle in this CBS Philly podcast…
“It’s finally nice to finally expand into a bigger kitchen and be able to do a little more,” says chef Mike Stollwenwerk (right), who plans to turn the old location into his second restaurant, which will be called “Brick.”
“We loved the neighborhood at 1708 Lombard,” Stollenwerk says, “so we’re going to hold onto the spot and reconceptualize it into something that the neighborhood would enjoy.”
Hear Hadas Kuznits’ full interview with Mike Stollenwerk in this CBS Philly podcast…
For this week, that’s “What’s Cooking on 1060!”