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This week we’ll be involved in some great events for great causes, and we hope you’ll join us in supporting them. (more…)
We weren’t even open at our new location in Ardmore’s Historic District when we experienced our first Taste of Ardmore last year, but instantly fell in love with the annual event that has brought together Ardmore’s finest foods and fashions since 2009.
We’re especially excited for this year’s Taste of Ardmore on Oct. 30, as it’s being billed as the best ever, with only the best dishes, drinks, sweets and looks from Ardmore’s ever-growing business community.
With the addition of yours truly and places like Iron Hill Brewery, Fuel, Not Your Average Joe’s, and Tired Hands’ expansion, Ardmore’s dining scene is becoming a delicious destination.
Next time you stop in to The Tasting Room and make a purchase, give us your email to be entered in a drawing to win two tickets (an $80 value) to this year’s Taste of Ardmore at Ardmore Toyota on Lancaster Ave. We’ll announce the winners on Monday, Oct. 27.
You can also buy advance tickets here.
Since Jennifer McCafferty started JPM Catering out of her home kitchen in 2009, sustainability has been at the forefront of the company’s operations. JPM’s seasonal approach, composting kitchen scraps, sourcing food locally and naturally, using compostable disposable serviceware and designing menus and decor that minimize waste has helped change how Greater Philadelphia thinks about food and events. As JPM has grown, it has emerged as a green leader in an industry known for waste and excess. That’s why the Main Line Chamber of Commerce approached JPM to join an esteemed panel of speakers for its Sustainability: Eating, Exercise & Environment conference at Agnes Irwin School on Tuesday, May 13 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. (more…)
As a Giants fan I’m lucky that it’s easy to remember Big Blue’s last Super Bowl win, just four years ago over this Sunday’s opponent, the Patriots. Jennifer wants to make sure your Super Bowl party is just as memorable, regardless of whether your team is hoisting the Lombardi Trophy. (more…)
Finally the bun is out of the oven. Jennifer delivered our first child on Jan. 6 at 11:09 p.m. in Bryn Mawr. He was 7 lbs., 9 oz., and 21 inches long, and has demonstrated quite the appetite in his first three weeks on the job. We also welcome a new partnership with one of the most talented, most sustainability-minded young professionals in the region. (more…)
Turns out grandpa was right (kind of). Lots of old-timey stuff from his era was better than the present, namely popular music, vegetables, and, as we’ve discovered in recent years, soda. (more…)