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Christmas Eve is the Big Day for Cleveland's Polish-American Community

It’s not Christmas Day itself. It’s the day before that’s most important to Poles and Polish-Americans. Christmas Eve is the traditional time for faith, family and food. But in Cleveland a couple weeks before the big day, there’s a sort of rehearsal dinner. That’s where WKSU’s Vivian Goodman takes us for today’s Quick Bite. Three Ohio cities -- Toledo, Parma and Cleveland -- are among the top 20 in the U.S. with the largest Polish-American populations. In Cleveland, the heart of the community is

5 MIN2016 DEC 17
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Christmas Eve is the Big Day for Cleveland's Polish-American Community

Italian Christmas Cookies Evoke Sweet Memories in Highland Heights and Bath

Editor's note: This story was originally published in December of 2015. In these last two weeks before Christmas, home cooks are racking their brains and rifling through recipe boxes, trying to recall just how Grandma worked her magic for those traditional holiday treats. Every ethnicity has its favorites, and Italians are especially fond of cookies. In today’s Quick Bite, WKSU’s Vivian Goodman visits a Bath Township kitchen and an Italian grocery in Highland Heights to nibble a few. Tony

5 MIN2016 DEC 10
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Italian Christmas Cookies Evoke Sweet Memories in Highland Heights and Bath

Thanksgiving cooking Taos Pueblo and Cherokee style in a Kent kitchen

Many Native Americans observe Thanksgiving. They just don’t celebrate it. It’s often a time for somber reflection on a sorrowful history, and always a time to honor ancestors. But food is important, too, as WKSU’s Vivian Goodman discovered in a kitchen in Kent.

4 MIN2016 NOV 18
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Thanksgiving cooking Taos Pueblo and Cherokee style in a Kent kitchen

A Battle of the Chefs Decides Cleveland's Best Side for Diners

Editor's note: This story was originally published on April 29, 2016. Cleveland’s restaurant renaissance has been widely recognized. But closer to home, east siders still argue with west siders about which side of the Cuyahoga River has the best cuisine. Diners at a recent gourmet feast have cast their votes on the issue, and WKSU’s Vivian Goodman tallies the results in today’s Quick Bite. Competition is fierce, but friendly, at the first-ever “East versus West” competition of Cleveland chefs.

4 MIN2016 OCT 28
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A Battle of the Chefs Decides Cleveland's Best Side for Diners

Chagrin Falls Townie Opens A Place to Come Home To

Nostalgia is the key ingredient at a restaurant that recently opened in Chagrin Falls. It’s new, but the menu is retro, and the location's familiar. For seven years, the sign outside said Fresh Start Diner, and before that for half a century it was Dink’s Colonial Restaurant, a Chagrin Falls culinary landmark. Jack Krissinger has renamed it North Main Diner . “I’m the owner-operator-chef-general crazy person.” He’s a Chagrin Falls townie from way back. “My mom and dad still live in the same

4 MIN2016 OCT 21
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Chagrin Falls Townie Opens A Place to Come Home To

Busy Bees and Their Keeper Provide the Flavor of Akron Neighborhoods

An Akron beekeeper is offering unique types of honey from hives scattered across the city. In today’s Quick Bite, WKSU’s Vivian Goodman reports the color and flavor of each batch depends on the nectar source in different residential neighborhoods. Brent Wesley, the founder of Akron Honey Company , works full time in information technology. He got into beekeeping for the love of honey. "I didn’t know anything about bees. I just knew that I wanted to help my city, and help this community we have,

4 MIN2016 OCT 14
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Busy Bees and Their Keeper Provide the Flavor of Akron Neighborhoods

A Tea-Based Beverage from Taiwan Bubbles Up in Kent

Two new cafes in Kent are serving a cold beverage that’s wildly popular in many Asian countries. In today’s Quick Bite, WKSU’s Vivian Goodman reports the drink is catching on here as a novelty for some, and for others, a refreshing taste of home. Bubble tea is tea that’s shaken or stirred with milk or fruit juice, with tiny balls of tapioca dropped into it. Mingliang Xie uses green tea for most drinks served at Ming’s Bubble Tea on East Main Street in Kent. Ming’s birthplace is mainland China.

4 MIN2016 OCT 7
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A Tea-Based Beverage from Taiwan Bubbles Up in Kent

The Art and Cuisine India's Emperors Enjoyed is at the Cleveland Museum of Art

The Cleveland Museum of Art is offering a look at the priceless art treasures of Indian emperors. Plus, a chance to feast like one. WKSU’s Vivian Goodman has the story in this week’s Quick Bite. The special exhibition “Art and Stories from Mughal India” is free to the public in celebration of the Cleveland Museum of Art ’s centennial year. The Mughals governed India for 300 years from the 1500s until the start of British colonial rule. Curator Sonya Rhie Quintanilla says they were fabulously

4 MIN2016 SEP 30
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The Art and Cuisine India's Emperors Enjoyed is at the Cleveland Museum of Art

Akron's New Food Hub Links Farmers, Producers, Consumers, and Disabled Adults

Farmers, food producers, and Akron shoppers have found an oasis in what used to be a food desert. As WKSU’s Vivian Goodman reports in today’s Quick Bite, disabled adults are benefiting, too. John Luby works the register at Hattie’s Food Hub , the new corner market on Douglas Street, with his job coach Kimberly Purnell by his side. “Do you remember what the amount was, John?” she asks. “Ten,” John replies. “Awesome. Good job,” says his coach. “Ask her...” And before she can finish the sentence,

4 MIN2016 SEP 23
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Akron's New Food Hub Links Farmers, Producers, Consumers, and Disabled Adults

How the Therapeutic Effects of Cooking Help Residents of a Middlefield Farm Community

Home cooks know how relaxing it can be to putter in the kitchen, but for deeply troubled minds, cooking can be much more than a stress-reliever. In today’s Quick Bite, WKSU’s Vivian Goodman visits a farm in Amish country where the art of cuisine is a form of therapy. We’re in Middlefield on this sunny summer morning at Ohio’s only therapeutic farm community for adults with mental illness. Peaceful surroundings Hopewell 's Program Director Colleen Welder shows us around the farm's 300 serene and

4 MIN2016 SEP 16
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How the Therapeutic Effects of Cooking Help Residents of a Middlefield Farm Community

Latest Episodes

Christmas Eve is the Big Day for Cleveland's Polish-American Community

It’s not Christmas Day itself. It’s the day before that’s most important to Poles and Polish-Americans. Christmas Eve is the traditional time for faith, family and food. But in Cleveland a couple weeks before the big day, there’s a sort of rehearsal dinner. That’s where WKSU’s Vivian Goodman takes us for today’s Quick Bite. Three Ohio cities -- Toledo, Parma and Cleveland -- are among the top 20 in the U.S. with the largest Polish-American populations. In Cleveland, the heart of the community is

5 MIN2016 DEC 17
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Christmas Eve is the Big Day for Cleveland's Polish-American Community

Italian Christmas Cookies Evoke Sweet Memories in Highland Heights and Bath

Editor's note: This story was originally published in December of 2015. In these last two weeks before Christmas, home cooks are racking their brains and rifling through recipe boxes, trying to recall just how Grandma worked her magic for those traditional holiday treats. Every ethnicity has its favorites, and Italians are especially fond of cookies. In today’s Quick Bite, WKSU’s Vivian Goodman visits a Bath Township kitchen and an Italian grocery in Highland Heights to nibble a few. Tony

5 MIN2016 DEC 10
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Italian Christmas Cookies Evoke Sweet Memories in Highland Heights and Bath

Thanksgiving cooking Taos Pueblo and Cherokee style in a Kent kitchen

Many Native Americans observe Thanksgiving. They just don’t celebrate it. It’s often a time for somber reflection on a sorrowful history, and always a time to honor ancestors. But food is important, too, as WKSU’s Vivian Goodman discovered in a kitchen in Kent.

4 MIN2016 NOV 18
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Thanksgiving cooking Taos Pueblo and Cherokee style in a Kent kitchen

A Battle of the Chefs Decides Cleveland's Best Side for Diners

Editor's note: This story was originally published on April 29, 2016. Cleveland’s restaurant renaissance has been widely recognized. But closer to home, east siders still argue with west siders about which side of the Cuyahoga River has the best cuisine. Diners at a recent gourmet feast have cast their votes on the issue, and WKSU’s Vivian Goodman tallies the results in today’s Quick Bite. Competition is fierce, but friendly, at the first-ever “East versus West” competition of Cleveland chefs.

4 MIN2016 OCT 28
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A Battle of the Chefs Decides Cleveland's Best Side for Diners

Chagrin Falls Townie Opens A Place to Come Home To

Nostalgia is the key ingredient at a restaurant that recently opened in Chagrin Falls. It’s new, but the menu is retro, and the location's familiar. For seven years, the sign outside said Fresh Start Diner, and before that for half a century it was Dink’s Colonial Restaurant, a Chagrin Falls culinary landmark. Jack Krissinger has renamed it North Main Diner . “I’m the owner-operator-chef-general crazy person.” He’s a Chagrin Falls townie from way back. “My mom and dad still live in the same

4 MIN2016 OCT 21
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Chagrin Falls Townie Opens A Place to Come Home To

Busy Bees and Their Keeper Provide the Flavor of Akron Neighborhoods

An Akron beekeeper is offering unique types of honey from hives scattered across the city. In today’s Quick Bite, WKSU’s Vivian Goodman reports the color and flavor of each batch depends on the nectar source in different residential neighborhoods. Brent Wesley, the founder of Akron Honey Company , works full time in information technology. He got into beekeeping for the love of honey. "I didn’t know anything about bees. I just knew that I wanted to help my city, and help this community we have,

4 MIN2016 OCT 14
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Busy Bees and Their Keeper Provide the Flavor of Akron Neighborhoods

A Tea-Based Beverage from Taiwan Bubbles Up in Kent

Two new cafes in Kent are serving a cold beverage that’s wildly popular in many Asian countries. In today’s Quick Bite, WKSU’s Vivian Goodman reports the drink is catching on here as a novelty for some, and for others, a refreshing taste of home. Bubble tea is tea that’s shaken or stirred with milk or fruit juice, with tiny balls of tapioca dropped into it. Mingliang Xie uses green tea for most drinks served at Ming’s Bubble Tea on East Main Street in Kent. Ming’s birthplace is mainland China.

4 MIN2016 OCT 7
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A Tea-Based Beverage from Taiwan Bubbles Up in Kent

The Art and Cuisine India's Emperors Enjoyed is at the Cleveland Museum of Art

The Cleveland Museum of Art is offering a look at the priceless art treasures of Indian emperors. Plus, a chance to feast like one. WKSU’s Vivian Goodman has the story in this week’s Quick Bite. The special exhibition “Art and Stories from Mughal India” is free to the public in celebration of the Cleveland Museum of Art ’s centennial year. The Mughals governed India for 300 years from the 1500s until the start of British colonial rule. Curator Sonya Rhie Quintanilla says they were fabulously

4 MIN2016 SEP 30
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The Art and Cuisine India's Emperors Enjoyed is at the Cleveland Museum of Art

Akron's New Food Hub Links Farmers, Producers, Consumers, and Disabled Adults

Farmers, food producers, and Akron shoppers have found an oasis in what used to be a food desert. As WKSU’s Vivian Goodman reports in today’s Quick Bite, disabled adults are benefiting, too. John Luby works the register at Hattie’s Food Hub , the new corner market on Douglas Street, with his job coach Kimberly Purnell by his side. “Do you remember what the amount was, John?” she asks. “Ten,” John replies. “Awesome. Good job,” says his coach. “Ask her...” And before she can finish the sentence,

4 MIN2016 SEP 23
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Akron's New Food Hub Links Farmers, Producers, Consumers, and Disabled Adults

How the Therapeutic Effects of Cooking Help Residents of a Middlefield Farm Community

Home cooks know how relaxing it can be to putter in the kitchen, but for deeply troubled minds, cooking can be much more than a stress-reliever. In today’s Quick Bite, WKSU’s Vivian Goodman visits a farm in Amish country where the art of cuisine is a form of therapy. We’re in Middlefield on this sunny summer morning at Ohio’s only therapeutic farm community for adults with mental illness. Peaceful surroundings Hopewell 's Program Director Colleen Welder shows us around the farm's 300 serene and

4 MIN2016 SEP 16
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How the Therapeutic Effects of Cooking Help Residents of a Middlefield Farm Community
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