Weekly Panda Chef classes led by Chef Dan and are held at the historic Findlay Market, Ohios oldest remaining indoor outdoor farmers market. Attendees can enjoy hundreds of shops and vendors before putting on their cooking apron.
Pick up some of your favorites from Dorothy Lane Market in Dayton and enjoy a fun night of grilling out.
If cooking isn't your strong point, dig into a TV dinner! Microwave cooking has never tasted so good.
These tasty and nutritious snacks will help you push through your long workday.
Impromptu barbecues are welcome here due to the available and excellent A+ meats.
When the heat gets the best of you, water is more important than ever. Cool off no matter where you are with a bottle from Dorothy Lane Market.
This store has all the supplies you need to make a scrumptious dessert when your tastebuds are calling.
Purchase some new spices and seasonings from here and treat yourself to a fun and creative night cooking in the kitchen.
Looking for comfort food? What's better than spaghetti or a savory pasta dish? Grab some of this pasta today and your next meal will be on-point!
It's about time you said goodbye to cooking and said hello to the convenience of the frozen food offered here.
If you're looking for beverages that will handle all your hydration needs, look no further. This drink will refresh, renew, and refuel your energy.
The produce available here is a great side to any meal in need of some fresh nutrients.
Start your long and busy work week off on the right foot with a tasty and energizing coffee or tea from Dorothy Lane Market.
Dorothy Lane Market boasts the highest quality canned foods in the area with their terrific selection. You'll never want to purchase any other kind of food again.
Go under the sea with a few fresh catches, and enjoy a meal rich in protein and flavor.
Don't get enough dairy in your diet? Dairy products from this store are sure to deliver all the nutrients you need.
For that bowl of crunchy goodness, cereal is a winner for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!
Don't let the amazing deals at this place pass you by. When you stop in today, you'll be able to browse an absolutely fabulous selection of vinegar and oil that can mean transformative changes to your cuisine.
Grab a loaf of bread from Dorothy Lane Market and make your sandwich just the way you like it.
You'll be able to travel by car when visiting Dorothy Lane Market because of amazing nearby parking spaces.
So when your fridge is looking a little bare, replenish supplies with a quick trip to Dorothy Lane Market.
Drink more water. That simple, sound advice bespeaks Avenues to Wellness's down-to-earth approach to health. Here, yoga instructors stick to the fundamentals of stress relief, guiding students through breath-control exercises and stretches. In the culinary institute, the tried-and-true food pyramid serves as the foundation for recipes designed to help manage blood-sugar levels or build lean muscle mass.
Fresh from the oven! Jan's Cake and Candy Crafts offers a delicious range of breads, pastries, and treats.
Comfort is prioritized at Jan's Cake and Candy Crafts, where business casual is the name of the (dress code) game.
Hosting a swanky shindig? Call up Jan's Cake and Candy Crafts for their catering services.
Whether you have a large or small vehicle, parking is easy near Jan's Cake and Candy Crafts.
When you are craving some homemade bakery items, head on over to Jan's Cake and Candy Crafts and get your fix.
The kitchen can seem bewildering to a child peering up at the many colanders, peelers, and skillets on the shelves, but a lesson from the trained cooks at Young Chefs Academy of Gahanna quickly demystifies kitchen utensils and cooking techniques. Weekly classes introduce kids to culinary concepts that vary each month, and full-day camps explore the culinary traditions of different countries and time periods. Weekend events highlight exotic dishes or take children on cartoon-themed picnics. In addition to kid-friendly offerings, the academy hosts team-building exercises for adults and businesses, pitting friends and coworkers against one another in Iron Chef competitions with all food, recipes, and English overdubs provided.
When Bhopal native Rip Sidhu came to the states as a 25-year-old college student, he was sorely disappointed by the Indian food he found, according to a profile in Cincinnati Magazine. Before long, he was on the phone with his mother, learning how to make himself a proper curry. Although he started out as a software engineer, Rip soon decided to get out from behind a computer screen and into the food business. After a stint in a food court in Lexington, he and his wife Baljit opened the current incarnation of Bombay Brazier in 2010.
Resolving that this restaurant wouldn’t be just another generic Indian eatery, Rip and his wife decided to distinguish the establishment with sophisticated decor. They covered the floors with dark wood and commissioned Sikh-history paintings from artist Kanwar Singh Dhillon to hang on the walls. Their commitment to excellence extended to the kitchen as well. Instead of turning out curries overladen with cream and butter, Rip decided his chefs would simmer made-from-scratch sauces, craft their own paneer, and chop their vegetables by hand rather than throwing them under a lawn mower and hoping for the best. Bombay Brazier’s kitchen also cooks lamb, shrimp, and beef in a 400-degree clay tandoor oven and bakes naan with spinach, onion, and chili. While enjoying this bounty, guests can sip vintages from a wine room with 4,000 bottles or sample one of the bar’s 29 varieties of single malt scotch.