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Does CSU Need a Culinary Program?

October 4, 2017

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Written by David Bost   With gourmet restaurants such as 7th Street Provisions, Mabella’s Italian Steakhouse, and Epic Restaurant located near the RiverPark campus, could CSU start a successful culinary arts program? If given a plac...

College Kitchen: Fruit Sushi!

April 27, 2017

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Written by Ashton Johnson   Want to try something new (and edible) this summer? Fruit sushi is a great addition to any party. It’s sweet, simple, and more filling than it looks. The hardest part is cooking the rice and that’s easy-peasy. So, grab...

Tour de Chow: Restaurant Reviews by Scottie DeClue–“Super Mercado Las Americas”

April 6, 2017

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Written by Scottie Declue   “Let’s eat Mexican food tonight,” must be a pretty common phrase heard around Columbus, as there are a lot of Mexican restaurants in town. But are they truly authentic? One telltale sign of genuine, ethnic cuisine ...

College Kitchen: Gourmet Ramen to Spice Up Your Dinner

April 6, 2017

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Written by Scottie Declue   Is there plenty of ramen taking up space in your pantry? Does the smell of those flavor imitation packets make you nauseated? Would you rather greet death than microwave another bowl of noodles? I know I would. Ve...

[OPINION] The Rankin Den Has Some Issues…But There’s Hope

March 1, 2017

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Written by Zoe Audifferen        It’s no secret that the Rankin Den isn’t the average student’s most desirable dinner destination. Cameron Blevins, like many other students, spends most of the week going back and forth between main and d...

Columbus Natives Bring Natural Food Restaurant and Grocery to Downtown

March 1, 2017

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Written by Scottie Declue        Columbus State University alumnus Olivia Amos, Chef Brandy Whitney, and Chef Lauren Havican are working hard to promote healthy eating in our community, and this March they will debut their new ...

TOUR DE CHOW: Golden Chopsticks Restaurant Review

March 1, 2017

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Written by Scottie Declue   Located in a small shopping center off St. Mary’s road, the utilitarian storefront has only a dim, yellow sign that seems modest with its soft neon glow. Inside, the atmosphere is subtle and relaxing. Curious Korea...

CSU Student Takes Break To Open Up Tea Shop on Broadway

February 21, 2017

Filed under Columbus Area, Food

Written by Olivia Ivings   For Toshiro Lyn, a typical day starts with waking up, eating cornflakes, and watching a History Channel documentary before his tea shop opens at 7 a.m. He sets up shop, sells tea, and passes out business cards. Af...

Tour De Chow: 7th Street Provisions Restaurant Review

February 6, 2017

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Written by Scottie DeClue   This French-Southern fusion bistro, located in the Historic District, artfully binds  together  the  essential  components  of  a  unique  and  rewarding  dining  experience—atmosphere,  etiquette ...

TOUR DE CHOW: GETTING ‘PLUCKED UP’

November 27, 2016

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Written by Scottie DeClue   When you live in Columbus, arguments are bound to happen when considering options for great southern food. That’s because the South has a special way of doing things. We take the best ingredients in any dish ...

DIY Halloween Treats Recipes

October 30, 2016

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Written by Destiny Trivino   If you have a Halloween party coming up or (or are just feeling spooky), here are some DIY Halloween treats you can make for you and your guests.   Mummy Dogs To make these cute little hot dogs, you will need a pa...

TOUR DE CHOW:The Culinary Escapade of EPI© Restaurant

October 24, 2016

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Written by Scottie DeClue  EPI© restaurant was my second home once– my second family. I experienced the début of the first menu, which featured dishes the likes of which I’d never seen before. I trained under a sommelier– our savant of ...

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