Author: Julie Niesen

Review: Seny

Review: Seny

I was going to come up with some ridiculous pun on Seny’s name (pronounced “sehn”) but at 4 PM on a Tuesday, it’s pretty lost on me. I’ll let my readers (or The Boyfriend) fill in on that one. It would be a “Seny” to […]

Events: HOMEARAMA Cooks for a Cause and Taste of NFL

Events: HOMEARAMA Cooks for a Cause and Taste of NFL

I’m telling you, Cincinnati is just hopping with food-related events this week– and most of them benefit charity as well. First is HOMEARAMA Cooks for a Cause, part of 7 Days for SIDS. Visit HOMEARAMA (which is at Long Cove in Mason– I drive past […]

Review: Ollie’s Trolley

Review: Ollie’s Trolley

I don’t generally get political in this blog, but I have to admit that it is kind of cool that on Saturday afternoon, I had the perfect, post-partied-too-hard meal from a guy who may just have catered for the next President of the United States. […]

The Boyfriend’s Excellent Summer Eating Adventure

The Boyfriend’s Excellent Summer Eating Adventure

(Ed. note: We have a guest blogger this summer, the ever-wonderful Boyfriend. ) A few weeks ago, Julie and I were having lunch at Habanero in Clifton when I was reminded of something I’ve believed for a long time: The country’s best cheap eats are […]

Sunday Dinner: Damn, it’s hot.
Best (and worst) food at ballparks

Best (and worst) food at ballparks

Oooh, looks like Terry has half of his work done for him: The New York Times put out a scorecard for major league ballparks (it’s accompanied by an interesting article about ballpark food)! I’ve only been to two ballparks– GABP and Shea Stadium– but I’d […]

Recipe Dealbreakers

Recipe Dealbreakers

I read the article in the New York Times on recipes and what turns people off from making them. I read a few comments, posted my own, and got to thinking: Is there anything I won’t try? I haven’t had luck cooking tofu– I can […]

Cincy Chic: Ameri-French
Review: The Summit Room at Midwest Culinary Institute
Cincinnati E.A.T.S

Cincinnati E.A.T.S

Food, friends, charity– three things that go together (or should), and is, in a nutshell, what Cincinnati E.A.T.S. (Epicurians About Town Society) is all about. It’s an eating group recently formed by some YP-types (though most certainly not only for YPs!) who want to take […]

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