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Sweet Tradition
Candy Cane Cookies As a child I made these every Christmas with my grandmother, Millie. She would roll the white dough into pencil-thin strips, I would roll the red, and then we’d race to see who could twist the two colors into the most candy canes. She...
Posted: 12/12/2011 4:50 PM in Another Bite
Really, Bengals?
I love Tina Fey (this is probably no surprise to any of you). I particularly loved the Weekend Update segments where she and Seth Meyers asked about certain topics, “Really?” So, I ask the Bengals organization: Really? I went to the Bengals game yesterday...
Posted: 12/12/2011 1:55 PM in wine me, dine me (in cincinnati)
Construction Delays for Lager House
We’ll have to wait a little longer to try out Moerlein beers at the Moerlein Lager House on the river. The opening has been delayed
Posted: 12/12/2011 10:39 AM in Campbell’s Scoop
Scandinavian Pastry Bars
This recipe is one of my favorites. The sweetness of the crust and meringue is offset by slightly tart raspberry jam, and the almonds lend a nice crunch. These bars are delicious any time of day, but are especially nice with a cup of tea or coffee in
Posted: 12/11/2011 6:47 PM in The Veggie Option
Scandinavian Pastry Bars
This recipe is one of my favorites. The sweetness of the crust and meringue is offset by slightly tart raspberry jam, and the almonds lend a nice crunch. These bars are delicious any time of day, but are especially nice with a cup of tea or coffee in
Posted: 12/11/2011 6:47 PM in The Veggie Option
More Holiday Lunch
Jean-Robert’s Table will be open for lunch on Dec. 17. That’s a Saturday, which is nice, because if you don’t work downtown, you can still try the restaurant’s less-expensive lunch menu. And if you’re going to the Nutcracker, show your tickets and they’ve...
Posted: 12/9/2011 4:50 PM in Campbell’s Scoop
Miyoshi: Authentic slices of Japan
DINING REVIEW To enter Miyoshi, a Japanese restaurant in Florence, one crosses a little bridge over a dry-rock garden. That bridge goes a lot farther than you might think. It takes you from a parking lot in Kentucky surrounded by chain restaurants to...
Posted: 12/9/2011 4:45 PM in Campbell’s Scoop
Crosstown Blowout
(Guest post by The Better Half) I’m a lucky guy. The Lady of the Blog, between business travel and the occasional double-booking on her busy social calendar, has no choice but send me occasionally to cover events for wine me, dine me. Her loss is my gain....
Posted: 12/9/2011 12:57 PM in wine me, dine me (in cincinnati)
Jewelry Fridays: Amy E Wallace
I decided to break away from photographers for the entire month of December and feature different artists from around the Arnold's community. Today's guest artist is Amy Wallace. She makes her own jewelry from scratch and that is pretty awesome.Hello...
Posted: 12/9/2011 9:33 AM in My Life At Arnold's
Fancy Holiday Lunches
Some of the swankier places that usually only serve dinner open during December so people can go out for holiday lunches. Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse, Downtown, will be open for “12 Days of Holiday Lunches.: That’s Mondays-Fridays from today, Dec. 8, until...
Posted: 12/8/2011 5:08 PM in Campbell’s Scoop
 

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