Nothing bridges cultural gaps better than
sharing a meal together. Food does far more than nourish the body — it
tells the story of who we are, where we’ve been, our trials and
tribulations and, most importantly, does so in a most delightful way.
Over-the-Rhine offers everything from a
donut shop to a walk-up taco window, and soon it will be getting its
first juice bar. We’re not talking smoothies — we’re talking
nutrient-dense, cold-pressed juice funneled into a pint-sized glass
No more hours spent arguing among fellow foodies about which local chef’s food artistry is the best because on Oct. 15 the true victor will be revealed as CityBeat hosts Cincinnati’s first annual Iron Fork competition.
Gabriel’s Place, a
center for food education and sustainable community space, empowers high
school students to make healthy meals from the things they can find in
their cupboards or at the corner store; the kind of ingredients most
kids look at and say, “There’s nothing to eat.”