It’s important for Campbell to keep on the cutting edge of his industry because, he admitted, “I have a mental condition: I try to do things in 30 days.”
That includes opening his newest restaurant, The Skinny Pig in Walnut Hills
CityBeat: What was the last great meal you ate and where did you eat it?
Joshua Steven Campbell: I was just up in Cleveland and I ate at the Flying Fig. The duck confit was really, really good. And the Devils on Horseback. It’s chorizo and stuffed dates wrapped in bacon and served with a smoked red pepper relish. The other thing was their buttermilk fried chicken legs.
CB: If Andy and Barney (from The Andy Griffith Show) came to Mayberry for lunch, what would you serve them?
JSC: We’d do a split platter. They’d have to try the BLT and the burger and some tater tot casserole.