Month: April 2009

Shameless Plug: Poseidon, An Upside-Down Musical
Congratulations to Terry’s Turf Club
Cincinnati Women Bloggers– come see Michelle and me!

Cincinnati Women Bloggers– come see Michelle and me!

Michelle Lentz and I will be presenting tomorrow at Cincinnati Women Bloggers on Saturday, April 25 at 10 AM at the Enquirer Building downtown. We’ll be talking about developing your content as a blogger– finding your voice and making your mark! Come say hi!

Review: Big Bubba Buck’s Belly Bustin’ BBQ Bliss, Munfordville KY

Review: Big Bubba Buck’s Belly Bustin’ BBQ Bliss, Munfordville KY

Don’t you LOVE that name? I mean, really. Alliteration is always amusing. I discovered this little barbecue place as we were driving. I pointed wildly: “Look! A barbecue place!” There was a gigantic highway sign (the ones usually reserved for Motel 5 and Shoney’s) along […]

Review: Kenning’s Circle K

Review: Kenning’s Circle K

Terry and I headed over to the West Side– deep West Side– for dinner with my parents at Kenning’s Circle K.  I had a really hard time trying to figure out what to do with this review, because honestly?  The food is mediocre at best.  […]

News and Tasting: Palace Restaurant at the Cincinnatian Hotel

News and Tasting: Palace Restaurant at the Cincinnatian Hotel

(Pictures coming soon) I had the opportunity to chat (along with Michelle) with Jose Salazar, the (relatively) new chef at The Palace at the Cincinnatian Hotel. Chef Jose is a lot of fun–  he has a pretty diverse background, having grown up in both Amish […]

New Findlay Market hours!
Review: Avril-Bleh Deli

Review: Avril-Bleh Deli

On Court Street, there are an array of shops that cater to the downtowner. Among them is Avril-Bleh Meats, which features all sorts of meats butchered by some of the most entertaining butchers in town (stop in and see them– you will learn a ton […]

Memphis: BBQ Preview
Mini-Review: TJ’s Mini Croissants

Mini-Review: TJ’s Mini Croissants

(Guest post by The Boyfriend) Just after our Christmas trip to Paris and Munich, I did a review of Des Gateaux et du Pain (which I prefer to call “The House of Pain” because I’m weird that way), home of the World’s Best Croissants.   While […]

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