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The 3rd Annual Egyptian Festival takes over Sts. Peter and George Coptic Orthodox Church in Westlake on September 28 and 29, 2019

Cleveland is a town well-known for lovingly stirring its melting pot through summer festivals and fairs celebrating ethnic food, dance and traditions. Coptic Orthodox Christians are members of the oldest denomination in Christianity, dating back to the middle of the first century. Copts are direct descendants of the Pharaohs, and they share...

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The Starving Chef Recipe: Garden Salsa

Garden harvest season is upon us and my garden is pumping out more tomatoes than I know what to do with. This garden-inspired salsa uses fresh, homegrown ingredients along with some dangerously spicy seasoning to really kick it to a whole new level of deliciousness. Garden Salsa Prep time: 15 minutesBlend: 10-30 secondsMakes: 6...

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Mustard Seed Market & Café’s new 90<20 wine program promises the best of the best for less

With thousands of vintages and numerous varietals of wine available around the world, Mustard Seed Market & Café is making the often-daunting task of picking out a good wine more effortless. Instead of randomly selecting a bottle based on the label design (which, admittedly, many of us do), highly rated wines are grouped together. And the best...

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The deliciously fresh faves of the season are available and priced affordably at Station 43 Tavern

It might seem unthinkable that a “little engine that could” like Solon’s firehouse-themed Station 43 Tavern could so effortlessly hit culinary high notes with seasonal fare that’s as fresh as it is delicious. After all, a local bar-restaurant doesn’t typically venture far from the traditional burgers, wings and fries offering. But...

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With fresh ownership and an expanded wine list, Timber Lodge continues to represent the finest in dining

When Lynn Zarcone took over ownership of Timber Lodge in June, few people noticed. And for good reason—since nothing really changed. Everything this landmark restaurant is known for—cold-aged hand-cut steaks, prime rib served seven days a week, live lobsters, gigantic baked potatoes, towering carrot cake and 99¢ Bloody Marys...

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