My two favorite antique markets -- Burlington Antique Show in Kentucky, but very very close to Cincinnati (and is where I got engaged!) and the Tri-state Antique Market, which is Indiana but again, a 20 minute drive from Cincinnati. Reasonably priced finds, sweet sellers.
United States of Design Road Trips: The Midwest
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I like to slice them up, along with jarred (or broiled, if you are motivated enough) piquillo peppers. Sometimes I get jarred yellow and red peppers and add capers. You toss everything with basalmic vinegar and olive oil and put out some small slices of baguette and voila -- deliciousness.
Controversial Cooking: How Do You Feel About Anchovies?
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I have a challenge for gluten-free week! My friend's birthday is coming up but he can't eat gluten, sugar (honey is okay), yogurt (unless it's made by him), chocolate -- basically anything that would go into a cake. I'm left with fruit, honey, eggs, butter and almond flour. Anyone have any ideas for delicious birthday cakes? I'm lost! And I trust the Kitchn community to help :)
Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake & Persian Fereni with Pashmak
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