What’s Cooking on 1060
…and they’re all the weekend of May 18th! Get ready for some fabulous variety in street food.
This week on “What’s Cooking,” Hadas Kuznits reports on an upcoming beer festival, a wine festival, and a nighttime food market.
Get ready for Cinco de Mayo with a “Tequila 101″ podcast from an expert, and check out the plan for a farm market in Ambler, Pa.
Join Hadas for her latest exploration of the tastiest aspects of Philadelphia and vicinity!
This week Hadas previews two dining-out fundraisers coming up this month, and talks with the organizer of “Main Line Restaurant Week,” also this month.
Hadas Kuznits previews two area food-related fundraisers, plus food-related events during the Philadelphia Science Festival.
This week on “What’s Cooking,” Hadas Kuznits previews a new Northern European restaurant coming to South Philly, talks with a local chef about his upcoming tour of Italy, and hears from a local chef about her new cookbook.
As Easter approaches, many bakers and candy-makers are ramping up their activities.
The Jewish holiday of Passover begins March 25th, and food is a big part of it!
This week, Hadas previews one of Philadelphia’s “go to” spots for St. Patrick’s Day, and talks with a local chef-owner about the thrill of spring.
A local medical practice is hosting a boardwalk-themed fundraiser for the victims of Hurricane Sandy, the Red Cross “Red Ball” is ahead, and a wine bar has a nod to the Ides of March.
Hadas reports on a new location for a popular Reading Terminal Market vendor, a healthy fast-food alternative coming to Delaware County, and a Flower Show event highlighting flowers in food!
This week on “What’s Cooking,” Hadas Kuznits reports on a fundraiser planned for Reading Terminal Market, a four-day restaurant tour event, and a Philadelphia restaurant’s celebration of roast suckling pig!
Get ready for National Margarita Day, plan your Oscars party, and get some heart-healthy recipes in this edition of “What’s Cooking!”
KYW’s Hadas Kuznits takes a peek at one restaurant offering Mardi Gras specialties and two others helping you set the mood for Valentine’s Day.