Friday Food Bites: March 20, 2020



2020 Holiday Gift Guide – Breakfast With Nick

We’re all saying it, but I’ll say it again: now more than ever it’s important to shop local! I’ve assembled the four parts...

The Best Winter Fruit Salad

The Best Winter Fruit Salad is filled with clementines, kiwi, pears, apples, and pomegranate, then tossed in sweet tart honey lime poppy seed...

2020 Holiday Gift Guide: ART

Welcome to the fourth and final part of our 2020 gift guide! Support your small businesses and local creators as much as you...

Easy Christmas Punch (Cranberry Orange Punch)

Festive looking and yummy tasting, this Easy Christmas Punch will be your go to this holiday season. This is such a fun punch...

Roasted Garlic and Tomato Pasta with Kale

I’m all about one-dish dinners right now. And if they don’t include meat? That’s a big bonus as my daughter is still not...

Hi, Everyone –

Normally I’m excited to share Columbus restaurant news with you, but in lieu of the usual Friday Food Bites, I wanted to share resources – some mine and some compiled by others – of ways you can support Columbus restaurants. A lot of them are hurting, and many have had to shutter their doors temporarily.

This puts a lot of people – servers, bartenders, cooks, bussers, dishwashers – out of work. We’re trying to order carryout when we can. A lot of restaurants have adapted menus. Most bakeries, coffee shops, breweries (for retail sales), and food trucks are up and running. If you have a favorite spot, now is the time to support it.

So how can you help? Here are some resources to keep you connected:

  • Here’s my guide (updated daily) to Supporting Local Food-Makers: Special Offers, Online Orders, Grocery Delivery, Meals for Food Insecure Kids, & More
  • I also wrote…

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