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Dan the Baker Opening Store Front in Grandview Heights

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson Dan the Baker Opening Store Front in Grandview Heights

If you’re a bread lover in this town, then you know the name Dan Riesenberger, aka Dan the Baker, who has been delivering sensational European-style breads and pastries to a hungry Central Ohio crowd for the past four years. A regular at the Clintonville Community, Weiland’s Gourmet, and both locations of The Hills Markets, demand […]

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Treat to Try: Raspberry Lattice Cookie Square

Anne Evans Anne Evans Treat to Try: Raspberry Lattice Cookie Square

Usually when I stop into Weiland’s Gourmet Market, I have a hard time avoiding the dessert cases. Last time I was in, I spotted this pretty jewel of a cookie, the Raspberry Lattice Cookie Square by The Suisse Shop Bakery. It’s a 3″ square of delight, sold chilled, and only $2.29. This cookie is a […]

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Dish DeathMatch: Cockfight Edition

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Dish DeathMatch: Cockfight Edition

The rotisserie chicken is an easy grocery go-to. Chicken is one of the most popular foods in the United States, and rotisserie birds are eminently succulent and eminently edible. So, it’s worthwhile to give those ubiquitous chickens a closer look. It’s time to consider a little cockfight, a battle of the birds, pitching a mega-grocer […]

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Treat to Try: Glad Annie’s Old World Baklava

Anne Evans Anne Evans Treat to Try: Glad Annie’s Old World Baklava

If you are looking for a treat that doesn’t contain sugary sweet icing, but is still a sweet bite, give Glad Annie’s Old World Baklava a try. I stopped in Weiland’s Gourmet Market the other day and found a package of it for $2.99 that contained two pieces. Each piece is a 3″x 2″ x […]

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Families turn to food buying clubs to cut costs

Walker Evans Walker Evans

The Dispatch wrote Families turn to buying clubs to cut cost of more-healthful eating Wednesday, March 26, 2008 BY AARON BECK Organic food today is as common as Wonder Bread — everywhere from independent grocers such as Weiland’s Gourmet Market and the Hills Market to chains such as Giant Eagle and Wal-Mart. Despite its ubiquity, […]

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