Philadelphia’s Julie Dannenbaum is credited with fostering Philadelphia fine-dining scene. So it’s no wonder her supplies are in high demand.
Arts & Culture reporter Peter Crimmins, who first gave us a peek at the unique collection in February, brought some of the more interesting items with him to “The 10! Show” recently, to share with our partners at NBC10.
Dannenbaum, a food writer and cooking school owner, died in December, and much of her kitchenware is being auctioned off this weekend.
In the video above, check out Dannebaum’s turbot fish poaching pan and sugar caramelizing pot, as well as other strange and specific cooking tools.