What’s Cooking On 1060: Spring Cheese, Cooking Workshops, and Cleaning Earth Day Style
By Hadas Kuznits
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Chef Townsend opens the bar at Townsend at 1623 East Passyunk Avenue next Friday April 25th, with the restaurant officially opening the following Thursday:
“Well, as far as what’s going to be on the menu we’re going to do about 7 appetizers and about 7 entrees, 4 desserts,” he says. “We have a great cheese program we’re working on and we’re really excited about the Spring produce coming out.”
Hear the full “Townsend” interview (runs 4:50)…
Meanwhile, Andrea Kyan of Pure Sweets opens her new store PS&Co this weekend at 1706 Locust Street, where there’s enough space to host cooking workshops and demonstrations.
“We’re branching out into savory grab-and-go too,” she says, ” so you’re gonna see a lot more products from us but all with the same mission of being honest with our ingredients.”
Hear the full “PS&Co” interview (runs 7:30)…
And with Earth Day right around the corner, Sarah Evancho of DuRoss and Langel hosts a free presentation at their 13th Street store Tuesday evening on how to cook up your own environmentally friendly cleaning supplies:
“So you know, you’re using things like baking soda, pure essential oils for scenting or for anti-bacterial or anti-microbial purposes as well as things like vinegar which have those same properties,” she says.
Hear the full “DuRoss and Langel” interview (runs 7:30)…
And for this week, that’s “What’s Cooking on 1060!”