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Ohio’s Own: Minerva Butter Roll

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Ohio’s Own: Minerva Butter Roll

Buying a butter roll is a commitment. It’s not just your regular 1-pound box of sticks. Rolls are typically two untidy amorphous pounds of milk fat. There’s no quarters; the roll is just a big cylindrical blob, loosely wrapped in waxy paper. But what’s printed on the paper kinda matters. Case in point, butter from […]

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Dish Deathmatch: Butter Battle Part Two

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Dish Deathmatch: Butter Battle Part Two

The original Butter Battle happened months ago when organic and regular sticks went head-to-head in a taste test. At the time, it seemed like a completely thorough domestic butter research project – although, Plugra might be worth a whirl some time, even if it’s “European style”. But then, a butter that was extra Ohio-ish jumped […]

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Latitude 41 Rolls Out New Fall Menu featuring Local Flavors

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson

Chef Michael Koenig is a 20 year veteran chef whose credits include some of the top restaurants on the West Coast. And when he took over the kitchen at Latitude 41 in July, he brought with him the same kind of passion for rustic, simple food and dedication to local sourcing that Latitude 41 has […]

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Dish Deathmatch: Butter Battles

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Dish Deathmatch: Butter Battles

Butter is butter is butter. That said, there are probably interesting health reasons to choose uber-expensive organic butter. For someone who regularly consumes Doritos and Nutrageous bars (not together), health isn’t really a factor in butter buying. But flavor is a factor in butter buying; a big factor. From external appearances, there aren’t too many […]

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