On this episode of Riverfront Radio, we talk about the recent Reds homestand with the Cubs and Dodgers. We also chat about the Bengals OTA’s with the o-line switch up, and hit on some hot-button political issues on accident. Enjoy the show!
It’s Memorial Day weekend the perfect time to fire up that grill. If you’re like me a bag of Grippo’s BBQ potato chips is being consumed as you wait for them delicious burgers and dogs to cook. These chips are a staple of any holiday cookout, the barbecue seasoning is the perfect blend of spices that keep eating one an impossible task. That’s why when I saw Grippo’s BBQ Beef Jerky made by Pap’s I had to give it a try, watch the video below to see what I thought of this twist on a Cincinnati Classic.
Over the long Memorial Day weekend, the city held its bi-annual food celebration (Taste of Cincinnati in May, and Oktoberfest in September). I went down two of the three days and tried a wide variety of foods. Most of them were good, and almost every single booth had something that I would have tried if I had the money, time and appetite. Here’s a look at the things I tried.
Coal Fired Pizza from Delicio: the slice was alright, but nothing to write home about. When it came to pizza options down at Taste of Cincinnati, it was either this or LaRosa’s. I’ve already had (and love) LaRosa’s pizza, so the wife and I decided to try something new. Pizza is one of those things that is hard to screw up; with that being said, this one wasn’t screwed up, but I would rather have had a slice of traditional LaRosa’s.