What’s Cooking on 1060: Street Festival, Clambake, and ‘Veggie Tales’
By Hadas Kuznits
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Corie Moskow says the annual Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival takes place this Saturday in a big chunk of center city Philadelphia.
“We shut down Walnut Street from Broad to 19th, we also go across across 18th Street from Locust to Sansom, and we fill the streets with wonderful food booths and great fashion opportunities, cooking demonstrations, music, family entertainment,” she tells KYW Newsradio.
Moskow says the cooking demonstrations will feature chefs from the Starr restaurants in Rittenhouse Square, and the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board will be handing out free wine samples.
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On Tuesday, May 22nd, Cuba Libre (10 South 2nd Street in Old City) hosts a “Veggie Tales” dinner. Executive chef Jasper Alivia says it’s an opportunity to showcase vegetarian Latin dishes!
“It’s a five-course dinner that features a red and white wine pairing,” Avilia says. “Ten dollars of each dinner sold goes to benefit PAWS,” the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society.
Listen to or download the full Jasper Alivia interview…
On Wednesday, May 23rd, JG Domestic hosts a clam bake.
“Part of the theme is for us to sort of kick off our summer events,” says Brett Meier-Tomkins, beverage manager of the José Garces eatery at the Cira Centre, near 30th Street Station.
What’s on the menu?
“Some little neck clams, some mussels from Maine, some welks from Maine, which if people aren’t familiar with is like a small sea snail, some shrimp, some sweet corn, potatoes, and some housemade sausage.”
Listen to or download the full Brett Meier-Tomkins interview…
And for this week, that’s “What’s Cooking on 1060!”