What does it take to stand out as a chef in a city saturated with restaurants? If you’re a culinary maverick, getting noticed comes naturally. these Toledo chefs balance competition with collaboration. Rivals? Maybe. Adversaries? Not. Local chefs are allies, collaborating to keep Toledo’s culinary industry cooking. [Special Advertising Section] Steven Auxter The Oliver House
This morning, Toledo bakeries were met with long lines of hungry patrons anxiously waiting for their favorite Polish pastry. It’s Fat Tuesday, which prompts many to purchase their paczki from a local baker, rather than a typical grocery store— mass-produced, machine-made paczkis are simply be contrary to custom. Handmade is tradition. To the untrained eye, you
Balance will officially roll out their very first pop-up at their Maumee location. Offering a paired- down menu with bold flavors, Auspicious serves Korean-style fried chicken and dumplings.