Walked by Shake It and saw their front window getting painted.
Went downtown to catch Cincinnati’s celebration of Over-the-Rhine’s brewing heritage, bock beer, and the coming of Spring.
Realized I need to get quicker on my feet when it comes to parade photography: Lots more Bockfest photos, many blurry.
Edie, letting me know there’s already a cat in my life that would appreciate constant refills of her food dish. For news fasting though, Neko Atsume (Wikipedia) is a fine use of spare moments.
The Le Creuset outlet up in Monroe has (free) cooking classes regularly. This time they took the show on the road and brought it down to Park + Vine to make a Moroccan Winter Vegetable Stew (recipe).
The stew was quick, tasty and went really well with this crusty no knead bread.
One tiny glimpse of the Look Here! Project that’s all over town. I just checked out the map on their website. Want to go to all of theres.
One of my favorite brewers is local and finding great success: MadTree Brewing. With attention comes challenge, so they’re switching their lineup a little and Gnarly Brown Ale will be going away, replaced by something less gnarled but equally solid I would fathom.
Related: I almost always have their Pyschopathy IPA stocked in my fridge. So good.
Caught the final high five as Yoyo Ferro and team wrapped up their mural in Over the Rhine for Artworks and Keep Cincinnati Beautiful.
These colorful chickens can be found at the intersection of Goetz & Plough Alleys (behind 1432 Main Street).