Cafe Epicure

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Down on lower Main Street, a block or two before you cross Mound Street/US 41, is a popular cafe, where — if you closed your eyes and listened to the accents of the waiters and staff  — you’d swear you were in Italy or France.  But you’re not.  You’re at Cafe Epicure, an unpretentious bit of…read more

Cooking Matters

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As a Foodie for as long as I can remember – back to my childhood growing up in Toronto and helping my mother prepare Estonian delcacies, to my first solo flights with Chef Boyardee Pizza kits, and baking raisin bran muffins, I jumped the chance to volunteer as a “chef instructor” with the All Faiths…read more

Fogartyville Cafe

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Last weekend Mart and I were joined by a colleague and friend, Jo Ellyn, at a really cool music venue that I just have to tell you about. It’s the Fogartyville Community Media & Arts Center, just up the alley from Darwin’s on 4th.   Now Fogartyville, for those (like me) who never heard of the place, is a…read more

Owen’s Fish Camp

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Details. . . Details. . . Details. . . I’ve heard it said more than once, that it’s the small details a businesses overlooks that will sink any endeavor.  Fortunately, covering the details isn’t an issue for the team at Owen’s Fish Camp.  They don’t miss a beat, from the exterior landscaping, decor, clever menu, delicious food and charming…read more

Artisan Cheese Company

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A couple years back Mart and I purchased the book “My Last Supper, 50 Great Chefs and Their Final Meals” by Melanie Dunea.  In the book, famous chefs like Bobby Flay, Nobu, Jamie Oliver, Jacques Pepin, Mario Batali, Lidia Bastianich and Anthony Bourdain share what they would eat if they knew their next meal would…read more