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Sparkling wine isn’t the only bubbly for imbibing. Hard apple cider is a refreshing alternative, and Charlottesville has four (count ‘em four) cideries either in production or soon to open….one artisan is even producing it the way it was thousands of years ago. Johnny Appleseed would be proud. Listen to learn more…and drink up!

Jenée Libby is a writer of food, travel, fiction, essay, and a lover of diner ephemera. She started out a transplanted-from-Pittsburgh restaurant reviewer, but quickly found there’s more to Cville than its restaurants, wine, and the “Which restaurant will close next?” drama. There are stories. LOTS of stories. Previously called “edible cville”’ Jenée now shares these food stories on “The Diner of Cville…” a blog with recipes, reviews, vintage cookbooks, photos, and of course, diners. She’s not a foodie or a snob. Just someone who loves to cook, eat, and write about both.  Check it out at http://thedinerofcville.com

 

This week’s Blue Plate Special? Jenée Libby, Head Cook & Waitress at The Diner of Cville, talks about the ultimate Korean comfort food, bibimbap. Tuck into a heaping bowl of steamy rice, beef, veggies, and fried egg at The Korean House, on Carlton Road in Kathy’s Shopping Center. This Mom and Pop place will treat you right. And the crunchy rice at the bottom of your bibimbap bowl? I’m convinced it cures cancer…..

Jenée Libby is a writer of food, travel, fiction, essay, and a lover of diner ephemera. She started out a transplanted-from-Pittsburgh restaurant reviewer, but quickly found there’s more to Cville than its restaurants, wine, and the “Which restaurant will close next?” drama. There are stories. LOTS of stories. Previously called “edible cville”’ Jenée now shares these food stories on “The Diner of Cville…” a blog with recipes, reviews, vintage cookbooks, photos, and of course, diners. She’s not a foodie or a snob. Just someone who loves to cook, eat, and write about both.

 

 This week’s Blue Plate Special – did you know we have an award-winning blogger in our midst? Meet registered dietician Kath Younger, who blogs about healthy food and her life as a bakery owner at KathEats.com. Since 2006 she has chronicled just about EVERYTHING she’s eaten. Now that’s what I call a blogging superstar! Check it out at KathEats.com and stop into the Great Harvest Bakery and say hello!

Jenée Libby is a writer of food, travel, fiction, essay, and a lover of diner ephemera. She started out a transplanted-from-Pittsburgh restaurant reviewer, but quickly found there’s more to Cville than its restaurants, wine, and the “Which restaurant will close next?” drama. There are stories. LOTS of stories. Previously called “edible cville”’ Jenée now shares these food stories on “The Diner of Cville…” a blog with recipes, reviews, vintage cookbooks, photos, and of course, diners. She’s not a foodie or a snob. Just someone who loves to cook, eat, and write about both.

 

This week’s Blue Plate Special? Jenée Libby, Head Cook & Waitress at The Diner of Cville, talks about attending the Chinese New Year banquet thrown by Gen and Mary Lee, and of course celebrity chef Peter Chang. Happy Year of the Dragon everyone! Kung hei fat choi!

Jenée Libby is a writer of food, travel, fiction, essay, and a lover of diner ephemera. She started out a transplanted-from-Pittsburgh restaurant reviewer, but quickly found there’s more to Cville than its restaurants, wine, and the “Which restaurant will close next?” drama. There are stories. LOTS of stories. Previously called “edible cville”’ Jenée now shares these food stories on “The Diner of Cville…” a blog with recipes, reviews, vintage cookbooks, photos, and of course, diners. She’s not a foodie or a snob. Just someone who loves to cook, eat, and write about both.

 

January 23-29, 3 courses for $26 to benefit the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank, for more info go to http://cvilleyum.com

Jenée Libby is a writer of food, travel, fiction, essay, and a lover of diner ephemera. She started out a transplanted-from-Pittsburgh restaurant reviewer, but quickly found there’s more to Cville than its restaurants, wine, and the “Which restaurant will close next?” drama. There are stories. LOTS of stories. Previously called “edible cville”’ Jenée now shares these food stories on “The Diner of Cville…” a blog with recipes, reviews, vintage cookbooks, photos, and of course, diners. She’s not a foodie or a snob. Just someone who loves to cook, eat, and write about both.

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