Asha Cornell: 2017 Spring Dinner

My food was definitely worth the 12 dollars I paid, and there was the bonus both of discovering new authentic Indian dishes and knowing you are donating to an organization that promotes education throughout India.

Pg-8-Chilifest-by-Katie-Sims

Forecast: Chili Outside

Cincinnati’s chili is unique, but I was excited to expand my views on “real chili” by attending the 19th Annual Great Downtown Ithaca Chili Cook-Off. This was my first year attending in four years, and I wanted to taste all that the competitors could cook up.

Anabel’s Grocery, to be located in Anabel Taylor Hall.

Anabel’s Pop-Up: A Successful First Run

The long-anticipated Anabel’s Grocery made a brief appearance last week with a soft-opening pop-up shop in Willard Straight Hall. The store was able to show off products, as well as test out its equipment and check-out process.

Photo courtesy of Louisa Heywood

Inaugural Brunch Fest

Well, Brunch Fest was certainly popular. The event, one of many food-themed Ithaca events, took place last Saturday with local businesses pitching tents on the Commons and serving up brunch bites.

Cameron Pollack / Photography Editor

Cider Week: Apple Fest’s Older Sibling

You’ve heard of the Apple Harvest Festival, but have you heard of Cider Week? Cider Week, Apple Fest’s lesser-known older sibling, kicked off this weekend, offering a variety of events around the Finger Lakes through October 9.