What’s Cooking on 1060: Cake In Jars, Fat Tuesday Fundraiser & Restaurant Deals In Chestnut Hill
By Hadas Kuznits
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Goldman’s unique new bakery is now open at 16th and Bainbridge Streets:
“Everything is baked in the jars,” says ‘The Baker’s Jar’ owner Avery Goldman. “A few of them, the items are placed in it but mostly everything is baked in the jar so it’s a perfect portion and it’s very neat when you’re eating it.”
Hear the full interview with Avery Goldman (runs 05:06)…
Meanwhile, Chestnut Hill Restaurant Month kicks off in March. Martha Sharkey is executive director of the Chestnut Hill Business District.
“We have $15 lunches, $25 dinners at participating restaurants,” Sharkey says. “We have 24 restaurants participating this year Sundays through Thursdays and we’ll also have free parking in Chestnut Hill after 6 p.m. Sunday through Thursday.”
Hear the full interview with Martha Sharkey (runs 05:07)…
And if you’re looking for a change of pace on Fat Tuesday, Amie Potsic, executive director of the Main Line Art Center invites you to their fundraiser “The changing face of beauty with a Cajun flare.”
“They chose Main Line Art Center to be the beneficiary of an event that highlights Cajun food and entertainment, hosting it on Fat Tuesday,” says Potsic.
Hear the full interview with Amie Potsic (runs 06:02)…
And for this week, that’s “What’s Cooking on 1060!”