The MLB All Star Game is a perfect opportunity to explore the all star craft beer scene in the state of Ohio. We even have some suggestions!
Whole lobsters for $10.95?? WHAT? .. No, the proper comment is YES! YES! YES! Wanna take a drive? It is time for a fish, mollusk, and crustacean FOOD ADVENTURE! The Great Inland Seafood Festival takes place this Thursday through Sunday on the banks of the Ohio River. More specifically, the fest is at Newport Landing in Newport, KY. Superfry and the Big Ragu are the only ones in Dayton with the full scoop on this road trip ! HERE'S THE SKINNY: --- The Great Inland Seafood Festival runs THURSDAY, AUG. 14 - SUNDAY, AUG. 17th. --- The event is on Newport Landing, … [Read more...]
Attention Dayton Foodies !! Here is something you wont see anywhere else .. YET.. Superfry & The Big Ragu love Mikesell's Potato Chips, and we love Cincinnati chili. What an incredible idea the people at Mikesell's had to combine to two ! We first tried the proto-type chip last summer, with the founder of Mikesells, D.W. Mikesell's, great-grandson Luke Mapp. We have been sworn to secrecy about the flavor until now .... Verdict ??? The chips are delicious. So what makes them a MUST EAT ?? --- The spices have captured the chili taste to a tee, even the … [Read more...]
Here is something you will not see anywhere else. Superfry & the Big Ragu had a VIP experience at last weekend's Horror Hound convention in Sharonville. We had a Food Adventure with Merle & Daryl Dixon from The Walking Dead (Norman Reedus and Michael Rooker)! Featured along with the Cast of the Walking Dead and many celebrities was a Dayton's own, Zombie Dogz. Typically a food truck, it was a little different this time for the gourmet hot dog masters. They operated out of a catering booth inside the convention center. Owners of Zombie Dogz, Lee and David VanArtsdalen and … [Read more...]
This is the Snobby Beer Review of the Lambic made by Rivertown Brewing Co. in Cincinnati, Ohio. The beer style is a lambic, which goes through what is called spontaneous fermentation where natural yeasts and bacteria are used to ferment the beer. Lambics are known for their "wild" flavors, which may include sourness and what is affectionately referred to as "funk". It's a very interesting style, and it was brewed right here in Ohio! This beer is the 2010 vintage. It can still be found at finer bottle shops in the Dayton, Cincinnati, and other areas where Rivertown is distributed. [yframe … [Read more...]