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Inspirado at Madison Gallery (Feature)

Art and food coexist at Inspirado, downtown Covington’s restaurant and gallery in one

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Chef Baron Shirley has  landed in a place of his own with his brand new Inspirado at Madison Gallery in downtown Covington, and it’s so much more than a restaurant.  

Terrific Tastings

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 21, 2015
Having a choice is good, but sometimes it’s nice to be able to put yourself in the hands of a professional and let him or her do their job.  

From Homeless to Hopeful

Local nonprofit helps incubate Nyah Higgins’ Jamaican-American-inspired vegan foods

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 21, 2015
When you’re homeless, it can be difficult enough to know where your next meal will come from, let alone to consider starting your own business.  

It’s Apple Season: Bake Something

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 23, 2015
There are a couple of distinct signs that autumn has hit the Tristate: Leaves begin to fall, pumpkin spice flavor is everywhere and the cooler temperatures force hipsters to start breaking out the flannel. But the most welcome and certainly the most delicious harbingers of fall are the myriad festivals featuring our favorite recurrent foods of the season, especially the most American fruit of all: the apple.  

Event: Country Applefest

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 23, 2015
There are a couple of distinct signs that autumn has hit the Tristate: Leaves begin to fall, pumpkin spice flavor is everywhere and the cooler temperatures force hipsters to start breaking out the flannel. But the most welcome and certainly the most delicious harbingers of fall are the myriad festivals featuring our favorite recurrent foods of the season, especially the most American fruit of all: the apple.  

Expert Advice for Making Your Own Baby Food

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 16, 2015
The American Academy of Pediatricians recommends that breast milk or formula should be your child’s only source of nutrition for the first six months of life. But before you know it, tiny, curious fingers come reaching across the table, and it’s either time to ante up part of your burger or introduce Junior to solid food.
  

Cincinnati Food + Wine Classic 2.0

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Last year, Donna Covrett, former Cincinnati Magazine dining editor, and Courtney Tsitouris, a food writer, designer and producer, launched the inaugural Cincinnati Food + Wine Classic, a three-day event designed to, as they say, “capture the energy and enthusiasm of the Midwest’s dynamic food and beverage scene.”   

Eats: Cincinnati Food + Wine Classic

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Last year, Donna Covrett, former Cincinnati Magazine dining editor, and Courtney Tsitouris, a food writer, designer and producer, launched the inaugural Cincinnati Food + Wine Classic, a three-day event designed to, as they say, “capture the energy and enthusiasm of the Midwest’s dynamic food and beverage scene.”  

Farming in a Strip Mall

Fish waste begets fresh produce at Greener Portions Aquaponics’ suburban hydro farm

0 Comments · Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Conjure up the image of a basic, non-descript suburban strip mall in your head and you’ll likely see the typical suspects: a dollar store, a pharmacy and a copy shop. It’s certainly not the most bucolic of settings, which is normally where you would expect to find a farm, lush with bright-green produce.  

Preserving the Harvest

Food preservation expert Cathy Barrow on the hows and whys of home preserving

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 19, 2015
You can’t hit a farmers market this time of year without being overwhelmed by the sight of beautiful locally grown tomatoes, not to mention countless other varieties of produce. But there are only so many meals in a summer day, right?