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The history of the Cleveland clambake

When you want fresh lobster, go to Maine. Gulf Coast shrimp are a favorite in New Orleans. And clams? Cleveland, of course. Yes, there are clams in Lake Erie, but not the kind you can eat. Yet Cleveland area clambakes are as much a fall tradition as haunted houses, carving pumpkins and watching Browns quarterbacks spin the turnstile. An...

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The Shinto experience

Tantalizing tastes, exotic decor, gracious Shinto Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar, dining is an experience in which an unwavering mission is followed: food should be fun. This month they are heralding fall by unveiling new dishes and drinks, and ushering in pre-holiday booking for parties. Fall Dishes Delight“We don’t strictly...

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Fresh from New York

Bringing a taste of the Northeast to our Midwest town, NY Bagel Deli is as authentic as it gets. As soon as you walk into this family owned and operated restaurant, you feel like you are in a famed New York City deli and bagel shop. You are instantly greeted with the aroma of fresh corned beef, pastrami, kettle-boiled bagels, homemade cookies...

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The Starving Chef Recipe: Pretzel Poppers

If there’s one thing many of us Midwesterners love, it’s our German heritage and stuffing things with cheese. My pretzel poppers are filled with a variety of cheeses and, for some added fun, I added jalapenos to half of them for a game of “pretzel roulette.” For step-by-step instructions with photos, click...

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The Starving Chef Recipe: Zucchini Boats

My garden is pumping out gigantic zucchini. At three to four pounds each, they are almost bigger than my dog. While smaller zucchinis are preferred for cooking, these enormous zucchinis are better off used as “boats” for dishing delicious food directly into your mouth. For step-by-step instructions with photos, click...

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