Service! is a non-profit relief effort for hospitality workers being organized by restaurant industry leaders serving Franklin County, Ohio. Its focus is to identify and utilize resources to eliminate hunger among restaurant industry workers and families. Partnering with the existing non-profit Independents Day, Service! will be looking to include a grocery box program and an… Read More Service!: A New Columbus Non-Profit Works to Eliminate Hunger Among Hospitality Staff and Their Families.
Today was National Carryout Night. Honestly, these days that’s about all you have as an option as dining rooms across the nation remain shuttered. And with Coronavirus still running rampant here, it was easy to choose the Preston’s pop up inside Ambrose and Eve to support for this Made Up National Day That We All… Read More Getting Out but Staying In: Preston's by Ambrose and Eve
I posted this recipe for Senegalese Peanut Soup in 2012, and the inhabitants of this house have felt a strong sense of nostalgia of late. Anyone else feeling that right now? That the things we loved best and haven’t had in ages are the things we crave most right now, albeit a meal or a… Read More Revisiting an Old Friend – Senegalese Peanut Soup
It feels funny to be back here. I started this blog at an uncertain time in my life. I was new-ish to Ohio, new-ish to being a mom, new-ish to not having a traditional career. But the things I wasn’t new-ish to and that I did know, was that I loved my family, and I… Read More Oh, Hello.
This year’s Eat Write Retreat is coming to D.C. in May. It’s been a retreat I’ve admired from afar. The weekend is packed with workshops on everything from food styling to adventures to some of D.C. best restaurants. Happily, Feastie is holding a photo potluck of sorts with the winner being treated to a trip… Read More Eat, Write Retreat | Photo Potluck with Feastie
I am currently hoarding the last of my Nora Mill Granary yellow speckled grits. These stone milled grits are honestly the best I’ve ever tasted. My favorite way to make them is with half stock and half Snowville whole milk; then stir in a few pureed greens, anything that’s seasonal, even lettuces are lovely. And… Read More A New Southern Favorite | Green Grits
There is a wonderful buzz about Katalina’s Cafe Corner. So many folks I know love it and eat there regularly. Other fantastic places help with local sourcing of meats. I found myself wondering why in the world I hadn’t been there. What was wrong with me? I rectified that situation this morning with a brunch… Read More Dining Out | Katalina’s Cafe Corner