Author: Julie Niesen

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Review & Giveaway: Farm Fresh Delivery

Review & Giveaway: Farm Fresh Delivery

I am a busy lady, between travel, work, blogging– sometimes I just don’t get to go to the grocery store, much less a farmer’s market.  This isn’t so good, because I really like to shop local, and there’s nothing better than the locally-grown fruits and […]

Recipe: Red Onion Pickles

Recipe: Red Onion Pickles

I don’t often post recipes– not that I don’t cook, but I don’t really like doing process photos and staging my food. However, I can’t possibly go another day without sharing this super-simple recipe for something so delicious. Pickled red onions are tres fashionable these […]

Welcome, Mo Egger Readers!

Welcome, Mo Egger Readers!

Thanks for heading over here!  I invited comment– so here’s the place to do it.  And, in case you didn’t get enough, here’s Nigella Lawson making chocopots.  You’ll want ’em, too. (Here’s the post for my readers– go check it out!)

Senate loses its patio

Senate loses its patio

According to their Facebook page (who knew it would be a source?), Senate, which had a really nifty, outside patio that overlapped the sidewalk is no longer permitted to use it by the City Architect.  Two theories: There wasn’t much room for wheelchair accessibility or […]

Events this weekend: Montgomery Inn, Lavomatic, Northside  etc.

Events this weekend: Montgomery Inn, Lavomatic, Northside etc.

Lots and lots of events this weekend! Montgomery Inn’s all-you-can-eat ribs weekend is this weekend, through Monday.  $19.95 for ribs and saratoga chips– no takeout.  It’s available at all four locations. Lavomatic, to celebrate Pride: Equinox, is doing a $15, all-you-can-eat roasted pork (which I […]

Preview: poco a poco

Preview: poco a poco

Little by little, they’re opening… I love Hyde Park Square– it’s easily in my top five favorite spots in the city. As a little girl, my great aunts lived in A’Laise and took me for ice cream, waved to the firefighters, let me press my […]

Food trucks are great, but what do you do with them in the winter?

Food trucks are great, but what do you do with them in the winter?

I’m definitely a fan of food trucks– what’s not to like about good food served just about anywhere? With the new ordinances in Cincinnati, food trucks are only going to multiply, since they have some guaranteed places to sell their wares. But, I’m sure you’ve […]

Tony Bourdain at the Aronoff:  94 F-Bombs and Counting

Tony Bourdain at the Aronoff: 94 F-Bombs and Counting

“Tonight is a bad night to eat out in Cincinnati.” What an accurate opening line for Anthony Bourdain’s show at the Aronoff last night.  Just walking in, I saw several prominent local chefs, wine experts, spirits experts, food writers, food bloggers and just plain old […]

Mini-Review: Grateful Grahams

Mini-Review: Grateful Grahams

I love my neighborhood. Longtime readers probably know that (and I probably drone on abut how much it rocks a little too often). It’s so convenient for me, like I did a few weeks ago, to come home after, say, Yoga and run a couple […]

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