We will never be over The Rhined.
Pretzels are all about the salt (cue up the Seinfeld gif). But if you want something a little less one-note, turn to Covington-based Yankee Doodle Deli for a roundup of creatively-seasoned pretzels called Zels.
New flavors are on the horizon for 2017.
A 1953 Electro-Freeze soft serve machine has faithfully served vanilla ice cream to customers for more than 50 years.
The side dish has been such a hit that the café goes through about 12 heads of cauliflower a week for the four-ounce portion (much of which might be consumed by Cincinnati Magazine staffers).
From coffee to caramels, chips to nuts, we share a few favorites from our Cincinnati Magazine snack drawer stashes.
From housemade pickles to truffle popcorn, there is life beyond fries.
A recent post-lunch snack attack sent me to downtown’s Al-Amir Café for some dependably great hummus.
We have Louis Ernest Ladurée and his eponymous patisserie to thank for perfecting the modern French macaron, but it’s a German that lifted the pastel-hued featherweight Gallic cookie to new heights in this town.
Forget the stale peanuts at your local dive bar. Nuts, once the cheap fodder of happy hours across the land, are now considered haute health food.