What’s Cooking on 1060: A New Old City Bar, and Some Holiday Fundraisers
By Hadas Kuznits
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Fire and Ice is Old City’s newest bar-lounge-restaurant, located at 312 Market Street.
“It took quite a long time to negotiate,” says owner Kim Derstine (top photo). “Once we got here, the liquor license transfer took a while, so we started construction. And 2½ years later, here we are!”
Hear the full “Fire and Ice” interview in this CBS Philly podcast (runs 3:28)…
Over in Manayunk, Bruce Cooper, owner of Jake’s and Cooper’s wine bar, hosts a charity feeding event this Sunday to help homebound area residents. He says meals will be delivered to their homes.
“My job’s the easy job — cooking turkey for 500,” Cooper (below) tells KYW Newsradio. “The hard job is putting together the list and organizing it by every street, where people on different streets will be able to deliver to their own neighbors. And in most cases it’s usually a family that does it.”
Hear the full “Jake’s and Cooper’s” interview in this CBS Philly podcast (runs 5:39)…
And in Chestnut Hill, Night Kitchen Bakery hosts a cookie decorating party on Friday, December 28th.
Executive pastry chef Jennifer Low (below) says there’s a suggested donation of one dollar per cookie, and all proceeds will be donated to the American Red Cross to help victims of Hurricane Sandy.
“We’re gonna have a supply of icings and sprinkles and little sugar beads and all kinds of different things that they can put on their cookies,” Low explains.
Hear the full Night Kitchen Bakery interview in this CBS Philly podcast (runs 3:51)…
And for this week, that’s “What’s Cooking on 1060!”