Such a busy weekend! Besides a cookout, my grandmother’s 80th birthday party, Summerfair and Fringe Festival, I’ve had virtually no time to eat! I do have a big Summit Room review coming out in the next day or so, but for now, these will have to tide you over:
Taste from Belgium: I ran into Jean-Francois at Fringe on Saturday (I hope you got to eventually see Anna!) and have great news: crepes are at Findlay Market! Currently, you can get them in caramel fleur de sel and lemon with lavender sugar. I tasted them both at Taste of Cincinnati, but I have to tell you: they’re much better at the Market. I think that most food suffers some loss of quality when produced for a festival. These were softer and less crisp, and incredibly delicious. I also hear, straight from Jean-Francois, that we should look for savory crepes– filled with cheeses and meats– to come to the Market sometime very soon. Yum!
And for your viewing pleasure:
After Summerfair, Terry and I were both over-sunned, a little tired and a lot hungry, so we ran to Terry’s Turf Club for some lunch. We hadn’t been there since our first review which was back in January! I am pleased to report that it might even be better. The fries were crisper, and the burger– yum. I got peanut sauce and goat cheese on mine, which was creamy and spicy and incredibly messy. I was debating which sauce to get, so Terry (restaurant owner, not boyfriend) sent out a plate with a bunch of sauces to try. The mango-jalapeno was really good, too.