Friday Food Bites: August 7, 2020



Chicken Parmesan an Easy Family Dinner

Sharing our best Chicken Parmesan recipe with you today with tender, juicy chicken that’s full of flavor – a dinner everyone will love! If...

How to Make Perfect Pumpkin Muffins

Soft, fluffy, moist, spicy Perfect Pumpkin Muffins bring the flavors of fall to your table. These are wonderfully light and flavorful and super...

Donald’s Donuts | Zanesville, OH

Donald’s Donuts | Facebook | IG: @donaldsonuts2622 Maple Ave. (map it!)Zanesville, OH 43701(740) 753-4749Open Mon-Sat, 5a-2p; Sun, 6a-12pAfter nearly 20 years in Ohio,...

No-Cook DIY Tuna Poke Bowls

I’m excited to share something we’ve been having fun with this summer … Tuna Poke Bowls! Pronounced poh-KAY (rhymes with okay), if...

The Best Muddy Buddies aka Puppy Chow

Muddy Buddies are quick and easy, no bake sweet treat that is a combination of cereal, chocolate and peanut butter and tossed in...

There’s a lot happening in the Columbus restaurant world – here’s the latest!

  • Kolache Republic reopened this week! They just moved a few doors north of their previous space; find them inside The Daily Growler at 702 S. High St. in German Village/Brewery District. They’re serving breakfast Wednesday-Sunday and a new happy hour menu from 5-8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday.
  • Pistacia Vera announced that it has closed its North Market stall permanently in order to focus on its German Village cafe.
  • The new Edison Brewing Company opened this week at 785 Science Blvd. in Gahanna
  • The Market Italian Village has opened up a new pop-up called Dairy Dose, inspired by hometown ice cream shops. The menu features hotdogs, burgers, slushies, sno-cones, cocktails, ice cream, and other treats for both adults and kids.
  • Bourbon & Barley Saloon in the Short North is under new ownership and has rebranded as The…

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