At age 56, chef Jimmy Gibson of Jimmy G’s
is at an age where most chefs have hung up their tongs and high-tailed
it out of the kitchen for a cushier life as either restaurateur or the
occasional expeditor. But not Gibson.
If the thought of being presented with a
multi-page wine list literally drives you to drink with its
scary-sounding words like “appellation,” “biodynamic” and “decantation,”
have no fear — you’re not alone.
On May 10, a select group of Cincinnati
chefs, led by Jean-Robert de Cavel, traveled to New York to prepare a
seven-course gastronomic feast at the Beard House in conjunction with
Cincy in NYC, a seven-day event showcasing Cincinnati’s finest music and
There are plenty of bars around town where you can just sit and drink ’til the cows come home. But man cannot live by beer alone. Well, at least not for very long. So we’ve put together a few of our favorite places to tip back a few without starving to death.
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.
There’s a new face in the kitchen at Over-the-Rhine eatery Lavomatic. The restaurant's former executive chef, Josh Campbell, recently left to pursue another opportunity, leaving his position in the kitchen open. And Cameron Serrins — a Cincinnati native — stepped in.
“I'm Cincy born and raised," Serrins says. "So many people close to me have left to chase dreams or look for opport...
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?
Skepticism was the common feeling among the crowd during “The Bottle and the Board: How Bourbon Pairs with Cheese,” one of the Bourbon Classic University events held during last month’s Bourbon Classic in Louisville, Ky.
It’s not often enough that the worlds of food and art collide. And why not, I ask? We first eat with our eyes, and after spending hours traipsing through museums and galleries gazing at masterpieces, we get really, really hungry. This is just one of the many reasons I always eagerly anticipate the opening of the exhibition known as The Art of Food at Covington, Ky.’s The Carnegie. This ...