Today’s photo blog is from last Sunday’s brunch at Raven’s Glenn Winery near Coshocton, Ohio. Adjusting to new towns also means exploring local restaurants. I admit that I’ve gotten such a taste for “fine dining” that it’s sometimes takes a little time to return to my roots. From the list in hand given to me by locals and from the internet, it appears Coshocton food is very much like the fare available near the region where I grew up, in western Pennsylvania. This means it’s delicious, but also that if I want selections more gourmet, or raw, or just, well, not fried or casseroled, I may have to actually start learning to cook. (Gee, what a concept, huh?)
In the meantime, I’m enjoying local wine and country cooking and still…always look forward to bringing you local flavors. Sometimes when I stop being a food snob, I remember what it is I love about small town cooking. Here is a photo blog about what I love at Raven’s Glenn Winery Sunday Brunch.
2 thoughts on “Weekend Window: Raven’s Glenn Brunch”
Looks & sounds lovely!
Thanks. I’m looking forward to trying them for dinner some evening with Kurt.
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