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What’s Cooking on 1060: New Opening, Old Traditions

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(credit: KYW's Hadas Kuznits)

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By Hadas Kuznits

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Chef Peter McAndrews opens his fifth restaurant on Wednesday on Spring Garden Street called, “Popolino” which is Roman dialect for “The Commoner.”

“We’re talking oxtail and tongue and thymus glands and we’re also talking veal and spaghetti.”

With 5 restaurants, McAndrews says he’s learned a lot about Italian food:

“Your mother always makes the best pasta and never argue at the table.”

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(Chef Peter McAndrews is ready for the opening of "Popolino.") (credit: KYW's Hadas Kuznits)

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If you can’t get enough of pasta, Chef Al Del Bello of Il Portico is now offering Pasta Mista or mixed pasta on Fridays:

“Gnocchi, fettuccini, papardele….a bunch of different pastas that we present with different sauces.”

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(Chef Al Delbello at Il Portico) (credit: KYW's Hadas Kuznits)

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And since it’s March, you can’t forget about those Irish Potatoes!

“It’s really just butter, cream cheese, baker’s sugar, coconut flakes, you roll it all up into a ball, you put them into the refrigerator, after they’re chilled you take them back out, you roll them into cinnamon and you have it.”

That’s Butch Dougherty of Molly Malloy’s at the Reading Terminal Market. You can try those Irish Potatoes on Saturday at the free March of Dimes fundraiser at Dublin Square in Cherry Hill:

“And so we’re donating as many as it will take to feed three-hundred people that are out supporting a great cause.”

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(Butch Dougherty and Jimmy Iodine at Molly Malloy's) (credit: KYW's Hadas Kuznits)

Hear Hadas Kuznits’ full interview with Butch Dougherty in this CBS Philly podcast…

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For this week, that’s “What’s Cooking on 1060!”

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