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 [...]
In the â€œdog daysâ€ of summer, and well into September, there is nothing better than to sit on the porch, patio, or deck and sip a glass of chilled white or rose wine. â€œSummer winesâ€ are light, fun to drink, and easy on the wine budget.
Yak meat is no longer hard to find in the Columbus. Now there is a real old-timers bar with a new menu that features a Yak Burger and other daring dishes.
Just when you thought Short North restaurateurs had every angle covered, comes Philco.
Watch Chef Marcus Meacham of Bodega on All Sides Weekend: Chefs in the City.
The newest burger joint in Columbus offers seared burgers that some say are as close as we can get in this part of the country to the famous west coast In-N-Out Burger.
The Fresno Eclectic Kitchen which was an old Short North favorite. A new version is up and running in the Brewery District.
The old Crest Tavern was a popular Clintonville bar for decades. Now, the completely redone Crest Gastropub brings quality, made-from-scratch food, featuring fresh, local, grown-on-site ingredients and creative riffs on new American pub dining.
Ever heard of chowchow? Samantha Lunn of Chattanooga, Tenn., was slightly stumped by the pickled Southern staple. But chef Jacques Pepin offers some tips on how to use it.