We have an amazing show for all of our Food, Farms, & Chefs fans, beginning with an exquisite Patisserie Chef who has lived and worked in both Paris, France and the USA, then we move into a brand new artisanal eatery located in the quaint downtown area of Haddonfield, NJ, and we end by bringing back a friend of the show who has recommendations on how you can indulge in “Dry January” without breaking your commitment for the month.
We first hear from Abigail Dahan, who’s drive to create some of the most sought-after pastries in the most prestigious restaurants and hotels across the globe will talk about her experiences and history within the high-pressure environments, how each job that she held prepared her for the next successful endeavor, and how the pandemic led to Abby opening up her home (and talents) for teaching online classes at her new business: The Bake School.
Then we slow down to have some comfort food as we speak to Chef Walter Gouldsbury who owns Crumb located in Haddonfield, NJ along with Chef David Murray. They’ve just celebrated a milestone in their new Sandwich and Salad eatery, and Walter is joining us to discuss all the delicious details behind Crumb and their menu offerings.
Of course no meal is complete without something to drink, so we’re speaking with Frank Pagliaro of Frank’s Wine to talk about how you can celebrate this year’s Dry January with numerous non-alcoholic beverage recommendations, as well as how to prepare for this year’s Super Bowl LVI with craft beers, bourbons, and more!