Author: Julie Niesen
Hot dogs are trendy. Trendy enough that we now have several choices for killer dogs. I finally caught up with Mr. Hanton’s during Midpoint Music Festival. They, along with other food trucks, were stationed in the Midpoint Midway, which we wandered through on our way […]
Eat.Play.Give, the brunch formerly known as 7 Days for SIDS, is Sunday, October 9, from 11:30-2:30 p.m. at the Midwest Culinary Institute. For $75 ($25 for children) at the door, you get brunch-by-the-bite by some of Cincinnati’s top restaurants, and your donation helps fund the […]
Josh Campbell’s Mayberry Foodstuffs, an urban grocery, is closing, according to Cincy Voices. There just wasn’t enough business (surprising as the downtown area is burgeoning), but many of the specialty items will be available at Campbell’s other projects, The Skinny Pig and Mayberry.
History Department at the McMicken College of Arts and Sciences is having a benefit featuring Greg Hardman, CEO of Christian Moerlein, who will talk about Cincinnati’s brewing history with you as you sample Christian Moerlein beers. It’s a fundraiser for the History Department and occurs […]
Full disclosure: I’m a member of the Junior League, so please excuse this plug. The Junior League supports a lot of causes I believe in– Kids in the Kitchen, for example, which teaches kids good eating habits– and this is a great fundraiser for their […]
I’m Julie, and I’m a schneck-a-holic. Buttery, warm, cinnamony slices of baked goodness? Sign me up. I’ve tried most every kind of schnecken in town: Servatii and Busken (both are very moist, but taste pretty processed), Graeter’s (better!), Virgil’s (the most homemade tasting of the […]