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A Kitchen Inspired by Sprouted Foods

 Lauren Van Meter A Kitchen Inspired by Sprouted Foods

As I walk down the stairs, I rub my eyes and try to get them to catch up with my brain. I woke eagerly this morning wondering how my latest experiment is coming along. Two days ago, I embarked on an adventure to sprout grains to make my very own homemade sprouted wheat bread. While […]

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A Kitchen Inspired by Passion, Peppers, and Peanut Butter Pie

 Lauren Mason A Kitchen Inspired by Passion, Peppers, and Peanut Butter Pie

Rolling hills, cloud-spotted skies, and the beautiful diagonal pattern made by rows of corn, once muddled brown, now bursting with green and speckled burnt yellow tops. I’ve taken the 2 hour drive from Columbus to Millersburg, a small village in Holmes County and the heart of Amish Country, about a dozen times now. Each time […]

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A Kitchen Inspired by a Backyard Discovery

 Tiffany G. Smith A Kitchen Inspired by a Backyard Discovery

A new house is full of surprises. I moved about a month ago and have since discovered a few little treasures at my new home. For example, there is a marching band of squirrels that rehearses on the roof at sunrise. We also have a waterfall in the basement. It’s quite convenient actually; while one […]

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A Kitchen Inspired by Breaking Bread

Kathleen Tozzi Kathleen Tozzi A Kitchen Inspired by Breaking Bread

While I have been fortunate enough that I have never had to steal a loaf of bread to feed my family, a few years ago my brother and I “acquired” a bucket of winter wheat from a farmer near our hometown in Northeast Ohio. Using our mother’s coffee grinder, the only tool we could find […]

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Pâtisserie Lallier Brings French Pastries to Columbus

Walker Evans Walker Evans Pâtisserie Lallier Brings French Pastries to Columbus

Columbus loves dessert. Just look at the variety of cupcakes, ice creams and cream puffs we have scattered throughout the city. Michelle Kozak is hoping that her offerings are a bit more refined at Pâtisserie Lallier, a french pastry business that currently sells products at several outlets in Columbus. We recently spoke to Michelle for a […]

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Philanthropy Friday: Cakes for a Cause

 columbus imPRessions Philanthropy Friday: Cakes for a Cause

Cakes for a Cause was founded in December 2009 by wedding and event planners, Emilie Duncan and Kasey Skobel-Conyers. In their line of work, one big component is to make sure people are fed and happy everyday. In addition to their careers, they are also both mothers. That’s why it struck a chord when they […]

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