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Easy Fine Dining at Home: Scallops with Cauliflower Puree

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buy Pregabalin 300 mg online Disaster. Run and hide. For the last two weeks I’ve been cooking at home and the results haven’t been pleasing. I meant to tell you about the pomegranate glazed turkey breasts, for instance, and the grilled onion salad. They were going to be very autumnal and satisfying thank-you-very-much. I also meant to go on and […]

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Premiere Cincinnati Food Event: 1 Night, 12 Kitchens

buy generic cenforce online After passing the head chef at Cumin in the hallway, I notice a mob of people up ahead. They are surrounding Jean-Robert de Cavel who is dutifully shaking hands and smiling. From behind, I hear the rolling wheels of a rickety cart approaching. It’s Nectar’s Julie Francis and she’s moving a bunch of sheet trays […]

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End of April Food Events

April may bring showers, but it also brings fabulous food events in Cincinnati. Here are a few that I’m particularly excited about — especially as a former graphic designer at Cincinnati Public Schools and as a current student at the Midwest Culinary Institute. April is turning out to be a very fun month, indeed!

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How Cincinnati Magazine Selects Best Restaurants

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“It’s a completely subjective process,” people whisper. “The top ten is just one person’s opinion,” others say. No doubt, Cincinnati Magazine creates a lot of buzz every March with their Top Ten Restaurant list. I’ve heard the accusations, read the assumptions and want to clear a few things up about how the list is determined. […]

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Interview with Chef Todd Kelly of Orchids at Palm Court

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You could argue — pretty convincingly — that TODD KELLY is exactly like you. He likes to guzzle a cold brewsky and he makes pizza at home with his kids. Hell, he even stresses about whether or not his lawnmower needs oil. As it turns out, he’s an every day, quintessential, dime-a-dozen Joe. Except for […]

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