Food, Farms, & Chefs is in quite the pickle with some of our guests, as we bring on another fabulous catering company, then friends of the show who will re-join us to talk about their brand new tasting experience, and we’ll schmear it on thick with our last guests who are getting ready to open their very first store location!
We first hear from John Diantonio who owns Diantonio’s Catering who’s life experience is at the heart of a true success story; after turning his life around, he traveled the world before returning to Philadelphia to open a then-deli, which he further grew into what is now Diantonio’s Catering. In addition, he later opened a highly successful farm that specializes in sustainability, organic produce, and also focuses on offering the best quality fishery you can find in our area.
And taking a twist on the annually celebrated ‘Feast of the Seven Fishes,’ we’re bringing back friends of our show, Fishtown Pickle Project to tell us about their new “Feast of the Seven Pickles” tasting event, which will pair their fermented foods with other local and small, independently-owned farms and businesses. It will be a wonderful night of food, wine, and fabulous friends which a portion of all the proceeds will benefit Magee Rehabilitation!
And we end this week’s show up by offering you a nice spread with Kismet Bagels’ owners Jacob and Alexandra Cohen. They’re on to talk about the exciting news happening at Kismet Bagels, and how you’ll now find their Bagels and Bailys along with fresh pastries, sourdough breads, and coffee–coming soon to a ‘happening’ suburb in Philadelphia.
So tune in to this week’s Food, Farms, & Chefs to find out about Diantonio’s Catering, what to look forward to at Fishtown Pickle Project’s “Feast of the Seven Pickles” event, and where you can soon enjoy Kismet Bagels!