Author: Julie Niesen
I’m staying at the Gaylord National Harbor, which is kind of a cool space– though totally geared towards convention travelers. A few places I’ve tried: Ketchup: Interesting concept (flavored ketchups), really bad execution. It’s a chain restaurant that has been touted on the Food Network, […]
It seems like this summer is full of foodie movies. You’ve got Julie and Julia, about Julia Child’s life in cooking, and Julie Powell (whose blog was the first “Cook the Book”-style blog, namely Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking); then you have […]
A couple of months ago, lots of local (and not local) Twitterers started talking about Taste Casting, and I got approached to become a member. After reading the materials, I declined. Why? I have some real problems with the way Taste Casting tries to control […]
It’s Wednesday, so it’s time for Cooking with Caitlin on the square. This one sounds yummy– vegetarian fare, including: Caitlin’s homemade Hummus Fresh Focaccia Sandwiches Homemade Whipped Cream Their guest today will be Freekbass— a funk band that loves the Reds.
Did you know Findlay Market will be open until 6:30 on Tuesdays? To celebrate this change, Market Wines is doing a wine tasting from 3:30-6:30 on Tuesday evenings, starting July 7. For this tasting, they’ll be partnering with Madisono’s Gelatos. The tasting includes St. Germaine […]