Monthly Archives: August 2012

Squeezing Out the Last Little Bit of Summer

The long summer days are quickly dwindling away, and the kids are heading back to school. But the garden is still bountiful, and there’s always time to get in one more barbecue with friends. This refreshing twist on the traditional Gordon’s Cup Cocktail is not only perfect for entertaining, it takes advantage of the delicious...

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Community at it’s Finest

 photography by Gina Weathersby/kiwi street studios written by Ilene Ross Last week’s Ohio Valley Greenmarket (put on by Edible Ohio Valley) was touted as, “A Celebration of Community and Sustainability,” and it was indeed that, yet so much more. The combination of distinguished speakers, (such as Niman Ranch co-founder Paul Willis) local food, outstanding programming,...

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Chef Jose Salazar . A Little Lagniappe

photography by Gina Weathersby/kiwi street studios written by Ilene Ross Primarily heard in Southern Louisiana, this term is widely used in shops and restaurants, and refers to “a little something extra.” Primarily heard in Southern Louisiana, this term is widely used in shops and restaurants, and refers to “a little something extra.” Be it a...

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a happy little salad {editorial}

written by Gina Weathersby photography by Gina Weathersby/kiwi street studios This little salad was for an editorial assignment that Ilene and I worked on for Her Cincinnati magazine this month. The column speaks to balancing the cost and quality of staples in the kitchen ~ be sure to pick up an issue and read the...

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arts and lettuce {teaser}

written by Gina Weathersby photos by Gina Weathersby/kiwi street studios last week, i had the pleasure of documenting a dinner party by arts and lettuce…don’t you just love the name. fun atmosphere, engaging company, and the food-over the top creative, interactive, full of seasonal flavor and simply gorgeous-thanks to chef ryan santos. you’ll have to...

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