Tricia Wheeler is the founder of The Seasoned Farmhouse, a new cooking school in Clintonville. She is also Editor-In-Chief of Edible Columbus, a quarterly food magazine focusing on Central Ohio. She will join All Sides Weekend: Chefs in the City at 11 a.m. on 89.7 NPR News.
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Tricia Wheeler, the founder and publisher of Edible Columbus magazine, has opened an exciting new cooking school in Clintonville. The Seasoned Farmhouse, which Chef Wheeler describes as a “recreational cooking school,” also includes a cookbook library, a specialty culinary boutique, and gardens. In addition, the space also offers private event spaces, including a large kitchen [...]