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  • BLOG — Spice the new salt

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    I’ve had a long-term romance with Indian food. It stems from a time not so long ago that I developed a heart condition and was hospitalized at the University of Cincinnati with strict dietary restrictions on salt intake. Most of us don’t appreciate the complexity of salt and the deep dependency we have on it […]

  • BLOG – Rod Serling at Antioch College

    Rod Serling teaching at Antioch College during his stint as professor, 1962–63 (photo by Axel Bahnsen; courtesy of Antiochiana)

    As you probably know, Rod Serling got his Bachelor’s degree at Antioch College. Throughout his life-long career as a writer and then producer, his Antiochian ideals were unwavering and unabashed. He felt that writers should “menace the public conscience”…

  • BLOG—Mini pepper poppers, off book

    Lauren Heaton

    I’ve always known I would never be a real chef, simply because I move too cotton pickin’ slow in the kitchen. I’m messy as all get out too. But with me the mess is a symptom of the confusion I often feel when I’m trying to follow a recipe.

  • Web feedback both ways

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    We’ve received feedback about our new Web site since our launch in April 2010, of course. Many of you regularly log on to see what’s new.

  • BLOG – This year’s Ireland

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    As you may know from my previous post or from seeing me then not seeing me then seeing me again on the streets, I recently returned from my yearly trip to Ireland. Here is an illustrated, partial reflection…

  • BLOG — The ranch dressing challenge

    Lauren Heaton

    I’m not a mom, but I am a step-mom. I’m a step-mom who likes to cook all manner of new and surprising dishes and try them out on my captive consumers. Well, actually they wouldn’t eat it any other way.

  • BLOG — Weathered l’Auberge a Dayton institution

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    When Kirk and I got engaged in 2006 we went to l’Auberge to celebrate. Dayton’s renowned French restaurant had just remodeled in nouveau Art Deco with bold colors, soft high-back chairs and theatrical salt and pepper shakers. We had a cozy corner table with a direct view of the newly glassed-in kitchen, where we could […]

  • BLOG — Lost and found or not

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    We’ve several categories of lost and found at the front in various containers and sometimes, lost people.

  • Get out and respect the food

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    I love Tom’s Market as an everyday last minute stop where I know I can find such items as brined grape leaves, fresh mozzarella and tomatillos. But sometimes you have to, dare I say it, leave the village.

  • BLOG – Art, hugs and the Man of Metropolis

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    Surprise! Art is everywhere!