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My new favorite thing: Take the Cake’s quiche
Quiche may seem like a dish that’s had its day, and that day was back in the 1970s. I disagree. What is outdated is the poor quality version often served, with too much filling, a dense or watery texture, and microwaved crust (Noooo!). The real thing...
Posted: 11/18/2011 6:58 AM in Campbell’s Scoop
New Microbrewery to open 2012
Scott LaFollette wants to start his new microbrewery with no preconceptions of what a brewery should be, or what kinds of beers it should produce. That’s why he’s calling it the Blank Slate Brewery Company. He plans to begin production early next year...
Posted: 11/17/2011 5:23 PM in Campbell’s Scoop
Campbell’s Table–Pumpkin fondue
There are more things to do with those pretty orange pumpkins than putting them on the front porch until they sag and collapse. They can be used for more than pies, too. Here is a beautiful dish using a small-ish pumpkin: Fill it with bread and cheese...
Posted: 11/17/2011 1:30 PM in Campbell’s Scoop
Winter Farmers Markets
Back in 2006, I did a year-long series about putting together a locally-raised Thanksgiving dinner. I ran the story throughout the year because at that point, it ws a little hard to find any kind of local produce in November–you had to think ahead. I...
Posted: 11/17/2011 1:03 PM in Campbell’s Scoop
Beaujolais Celebration Tonight
Beaujolais is traditionally released on the third Thursday in November (just in time for Thanksgiving, which is great as Beaujolais does pair well with turkey). In Cincinnati, the Georges Duboeuf wine company will be hosting an exclusive event on November...
Posted: 11/17/2011 10:52 AM in wine me, dine me (in cincinnati)
Guest Blog: Molly O'Toole from the CAC
This week's guest blogger is the awesome Molly O'Toole. Communications & Community Engagement Director at the Contemporary Art Center. The CAC scooped her up back in 2009 and I am betting that you have noticed alot more about what they have been doin...
Posted: 11/17/2011 10:00 AM in My Life At Arnold's
Recipe: Brussels Sprouts
I hated brussels sprouts as a kid. My dad, who is one of the pickiest eaters I know, loves them. This makes zero sense to me. He won’t eat anything that even resembles a tomato (ketchup is out, and he uses only the barest amount of sauce on any pasta)....
Posted: 11/17/2011 8:00 AM in wine me, dine me (in cincinnati)
Trucks on Fountain Square
Just got a press release from Laure Quinlivan, saying that council passed her plan for new areas for mobile food trucks around Fountain Square. “The plan creates one zone on Vine Street and two more zones on Fifth Street where owners of mobile food trucks...
Posted: 11/16/2011 3:45 PM in Campbell’s Scoop
Cooking Class at Oriental Wok
These are fun cooking classes, and you get to eat. . . Cook like a Wokstar, Dec. 19, 1-4 p.m., Oriental Wok in Hyde Park, Regency Towers, 2444 Madison Rd. Learn to cook: Shrimp toast Beef Hoh fun General Wong’s Chicken Scallion fried rice Coconut bread...
Posted: 11/16/2011 12:38 PM in Campbell’s Scoop
Tandoori Turkey
Turkeys are unknown in India, as is, of course, Thanksgiving. But Rip Sidhu, owner of the Indian restaurant Bombay Brazier, has found a way to introduce an Indian flavor to the Thanksgiving dinner. Last year, he sold several customers turkeys that he...
Posted: 11/16/2011 11:48 AM in Campbell’s Scoop
 

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