The beloved owners of Foodie Cart have a new culinary endeavor inside Mikey’s Late Night Slice in the Short North: an authentic takoyaki house. Savory little ball-shaped dumplings filled with goodies like octopus, Japanese pork sausage or cabbage, are made fresh when you walk up and order.
We’ve all been to the takeaway on a Friday or Saturday night in our blissful, hungry, after-the-pub or rock show moments. We’ve all hit the kebab stand or the middle eastern place in the middle of the night. As we stand cradling the foil wrapped object of our desire, cucumber sauce dripping down our chins,… Read More A Shared Experience | Falafel
I am woefully unskilled as a bread baker. I’ve just not managed a beautiful, yeasty bread that is photo-worthy. I love the Irish for giving me an alternative that is so easy, Cherub does most of the measuring. All you need is a pint glass, a bowl and a sheet pan. Really. Pint Glass Bread,… Read More Irish Cooking | Pint Glass Bread
Spring has forsaken us for a moment here in Ohio. The 40’s are not really doing it for me. Yes, I remember it’s still February. But I long for barefoot weather. I crave a muddy, just-pulled summer carrot and the sight of my coriander having, once again, gone to seed before I can get a… Read More Warmth | Carrot and Corriander Risotto
Sometimes it’s nice to have a sandwich for dinner. There’s a feeling of simplicity to it. There’s an even greater feeling of ease to if, if you’re using leftovers to start. I had some of the white ginger chicken leftover that was already deliciously flavored. Why not work that into an Indian spiced chicken salad,… Read More Persephone’s Deli| Devi’s Curried Chicken on Homemade Naan
So with all the crème fraiche lying around, I was bound to make some more butter, and with that comes the buttermilk and with that, well, Cherub wanted pancakes. I can’t say no to her sweet little face. Well, I can sometimes. OK, a lot of times. But today is a yes kind of day. … Read More It’s Really Just An Excuse | Buttermilk Pancakes
It’s been in the 50s here in Columbus. It makes me think spring is here. So since it feels like Spring, I’m starting to cook like it. This quick rosemary ham tart with only six ingredients, is one of the simplest things you can make. It is beautiful for brunch, great for a light… Read More Using Crème Fraiche | Quick and Gorgeous Spring Tart