Two questions may occur to you upon your first visit: What the diavolo are lardo and nduja? And should you eat them? To answer the first question, lardo is cured and seasoned fatback, an Italian delicacy. Nduja is a fiery, spreadable Calabrian sausage.
When word spread of the grisly scene that unfolded one rainy night in Zanesville last October, most people assumed the man responsible had to be a monster. But then most people didn’t know Terry Thompson.
Some of my favorite bites in 2011.
1. Hank Yarn Boutique Five sweater-knitting enthusiasts opened Hank last June because the local selection left them wanting more. “We wanted to reach customers with more selection and service,” says co-owner Amy Getgey. At Hank, you’ll find gorgeous kettle-dyed wools like Malabrigo from South America, eye popping skeins from Japan’s Noro line, cozy mohairs, and […]
This Covington Italianate townhome’s story began in 1854, when it was built for millionaire entrepreneur Amos Shinkle.
Google the words “Camp Coryell” and a small world opens up. Or maybe rabbit hole is a better word for it.
The east side gears up to join the rails-to-trails revolution.
Real estate voyeurism used to be a lot harder to pull off before the Internet. Now Sibcy Surfing brings it right to our desktops.