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Community in the Kitchen

The Hatchery incubator kitchen offers cooking space and resources for budding foodpreneurs

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 25, 2016
The food pantry’s 1,000-square-foot kitchen is a bit smaller than the 7,000-square-foot Northern Kentucky Incubator Kitchen in Covington, but, as owner Rachel DesRochers puts it, it’s much less intimidating, and a better size for those just starting out.  

Summertime-Favorite Brews

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Memorial Day marks the return of the summer season (it’s when pools open!), and local breweries have re-released some of their summertime favorites.  

Made with Chutzpah

Small-batch bakery Lil’s Bagels brings New York-style bagels to the Queen City

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Now, people in Covington and Cincinnati can have their big-city weekend bagel fix. Currently, Lil’s sells bagel flavors like everything, onion, salt, chocolate chip, cinnamon raisin, plain and garlic.  

Where the Pros Dine Al Fresco

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 18, 2016
If you’re stuck inside a restaurant for up to 16 hours a day cooking and serving food to others, when you finally do get some time off, you’re going to want to see the light of day and enjoy a meal prepared by people who take as much pride in their job as you do.
  

Southern Comfort

New Dayton, Ky. bistro Purple Poulet typifies Southern cuisine and hospitality

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 11, 2016
ll give you two guesses as to what prevalent color scheme immediately greets you at Dayton, Ky.’s newest Southern bistro, Purple Poulet, but you’ll only need one. 
  

Fried and Gone to Heaven

New French fry concept in Clifton Heights extols fries topped with everything

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 4, 2016
Several years ago, I had an idea to open a tater tot eatery and call it Tater Tot Heaven. Well, Scott Nelowet beat me to the punch (sort of) with French Fry Heaven, which originally opened as a fry stand in Jacksonville, Florida, in 2011.    

Treats to Try at Asian Food Fest

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 4, 2016
This year, Asian Food Fest expects 20,000 visitors. But festival organizers are bringing back some of the non-professional enthusiasm it had in its beginnings with four vendors who are home cooks preparing a “secret menu” of foods they love.  

New, Now and Coming Soon

Fresh dining destinations, NKY food tours, epicurean podcasts and new restaurant ventures

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 27, 2016
In Cincinnati’s constantly changing dining scene, it’s always nice to stop and take a breather to recap all the new and now food news.   

Beer Fests, New Releases and Little Kings’ Return

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 27, 2016
First off, let’s recap what’s new in brews. Last week, MadTree released their popular and limited Galaxy High imperial IPA. The “dank” flavored beer is made with New Zealand hops, has 120 IBUs and a 10.2 percent ABV. Get it in cans and on draft.  

App for Appetites

Cincy start up Feasty connects hungry people with real-time restaurant deals

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 20, 2016
When a hungry group of friends gets together to go out to eat, the scenario often plays out something like this: “Let’s go get some food.” “OK! Where?”  

Unique Spring Produce

Local chefs savor the season with fresh herbs, veggies and foraged finds

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Ramps and fiddleheads and morels! Spring has sprung, and its warmer days and cooler nights mean that there’s a very small window of time for our local chefs to get their hands on some really unique produce.  

Rooted Juicery + Kitchen Expands

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Rooted Juicery + Kitchen opened the doors to its Oakley Square café just nine months ago. Since then, it has experienced an overwhelming amount of success.  

Hot Gets Hotter

Nashville Hot capitalizes on the hot-chicken trend with a Southern-style menu and really spicy poultry

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 6, 2016
We’re on the cusp of a trend. And according to Zagat and Food Republic, it’s the “hottest” food trend of 2016 — Nashville-style hot chicken.   

Seeds of Change

Gaslight go-to La Poste morphs into Harvest Bistro & Wine Bar — and change is good

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 30, 2016
About a year ago, La Poste’s founding owner sold the business to Angela Willett, who morphed the restaurant into a farm-to-table concept.  

Spring Has Sprung

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 30, 2016
It’s time to start drinking outdoors again! April sees the advent of new beer fests, the release of spring-influenced brews and the return of baseball-themed beers.