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.
Phone message overheard being left by a man sitting next to me at Senate’s bar: “Yo bro, what up? I am in a restaurant in Cincinnati eating something called poutine. Fries, topped with short ribs, cheese curds, gravy, and an egg.”
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.