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Cincinnati Screams for Creamy Whip

1 Comment · Wednesday, May 14, 2014
If you grew up in Cincinnati — or even in the Midwest — you know that when your favorite neighborhood creamy whip opens its doors warm weather is finally here to stay (fingers crossed).
  

Cheapside Cafe (Feature)

The Rookwood’s renegade owners dive into Cincinnati’s diner scene with Cheapside Café

1 Comment · Tuesday, May 6, 2014
This month, Creighton and his partners are attempting to reinvent the diner scene in Cincinnati with Cheapside Café, a place that looks like nothing else in town — or anywhere else, for that matter.
  

Chill Brew

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 6, 2014
As the edict goes, once you go cold brew you’ll never go back to drinking regular iced coffee again. Here are some local coffee shops that sell the stuff, mostly year round. (Starbucks doesn’t have cold brew, so don’t even bother.)  

Brunch for Mom

Mother’s Day is May 11

0 Comments · Monday, May 5, 2014
Mother’s Day is May 11 — a day to celebrate moms and motherhood in all its forms, because none of us would be here if it weren’t for moms.  

Think Thursdays

Campus restaurant Mick & Mack’s hosts special dining events every first and third Thursday

0 Comments · Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Twice a month, the University of Cincinnati, under the umbrella designation “Think Thursday,” hosts a themed pairing dinner open to the public.  

Metts and Cake

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Nestled among the beautiful homes of the Mansion Hill area of Newport, Ky., is the new German-style deli Katharina’s Café-Konditorei.  

Soup-er Woman

Long-running “Soupruary” blog offers recipes and insight into the friendly world of soup

0 Comments · Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Five years ago this past February, Loeffler started her Soupruary blog, where the bubbly redhead details the making of a different soup every day for the entire month of February, including photos and a recipe.   

Candy-Coated Easter

0 Comments · Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Easter is the second most important candy-eating occasion in America (next to Halloween), and the National Confectioners Association (NCA) estimates Americans will spend $2.26 billion on Easter candy this year.   

Gomez Salsa (Profile)

Gomez Salsa brings late-night tacos and fresh salsas to OTR

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Cincinnati native Andrew Gomez has devised a solution to feed the impatient, hungry masses more quickly: a walk-up taco window.  

Spring Cocktails

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Spring is officially here, and Old Man Winter — the guest who overstayed his welcome — has left the building. Cincinnati can finally relish the warm weather with a few celebratory drinks.  

Crest Makes a “Be” Line for Millennial Wallets

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Rolled out under the “Crest Be” banner, the new line of toothpastes doesn’t even pretend to be anything more than a novelty.  

Twenty Questions with Jean-Robert de Cavel

Acclaimed chef and restaurateur celebrates 20 years in Cincinnati

2 Comments · Wednesday, April 2, 2014
In 1993, French chef Jean-Robert de Cavel came to Cincinnati from New York to be Chef de Cuisine of the five-star-rated Maisonette. Over the next 20 years, drastically changed the way the Queen City looked at French food, became an integral part of our local tapestry and fostered the careers of countless young chefs.  

The Goddesses of Food

Female chefs play a major role in the food and food politics of the Queen City

1 Comment · Wednesday, April 2, 2014
The issue of gender politics in the kitchen could be rehashed ad nauseam, but instead we decided to bring the conversation local and focus on our own definition of the word “influence."   

How to Eat Like a Chef ... After Hours

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 25, 2014
We gathered up some of our favorite local chefs, threw them together in a virtual chat room and asked them for their favorite places to grab some grub, post shift. Because if our local chefs like it, it’s got to be good, right?   

Ash American Fare (Review)

Alex Mchaikhi transforms his old Cumin space into Ash American Fare

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 25, 2014
One of the best things about our dining scene now is that it’s so rich, it’s spreading beyond the highly concentrated city center into the outer neighborhoods. One of those new neighborhood gems is Ash American Fare in Hyde Park.