As a native New Yorker, many of my
childhood years were spent seaside — countless summers along the Long
Island Sound, eyeing the sand for crabs and learning the proper way to
eat every type of clam imaginable.
This time last year, chef Jean-Robert de Cavel wrangled six of our finest local chefs for the best road trip ever to New York City's James Beard Foundation as part of Cincy in NYC, a weeklong excursion where a variety of local performing arts and cultural groups — the Cincinnati Ballet, May Festiva...
Cincinnati knows sausage. Because of our German heritage and historical link to the hog industry — certainly you’ve heard the nickname Porkopolis bandied about — we’ve gotten pretty used to all manner of pork products playing a strong role in our diet.
The surefire signs of spring seem as if they’re finally here to stay. Annuals are sprouting everywhere, joggers are jogging and that most significant local spring holiday — Opening Day — is in our rear-view mirror. It’s finally time to trade boots for sandals and spend every single one of our sunshiny days eating and drinking outside. Here’s a cultivated list of perfect patios that shoul...
It’s long overdue that we see the faces
and learn the names of some of the exceedingly talented people working
in the kitchens of some of Cincinnati’s best local restaurants and hear,
in their words, some of the best and worst things about their jobs.
a group of wine lovers, including founder Russ Wiles, partnered with
public radio station WGUC to create the Cincinnati International Wine
Festival, an event aimed at raising money for the public radio system
and to promote wine culture in Cincinnati.