***A bit of blogkeeping: Thanks to everyone who entered the Rolling on the River ticket giveaway. After eliminating the pingback comment, there were 27 comments. Thanks to Random Number Generator, our winner is:
Sarah L.! Congrats! Drop me a line at email@example.com by Monday, please.
If you still want to go to Rolling on the River, remember you have until Thursday, September 29 to save $10 per ticket with discount code WhyCLE. Purchase tickets here. Also, Cleveland’s a Plum is running a giveaway for 2 tickets until Monday, September 26.***
Last night was the monthly meet-up of the CLE chapter of the Ohio Blogging Association. We met at The Chubby Cook, a brand new business started by blogger Scott Groth. The Chubby Cook specializes in takeaway lunches and dinners, catering, and having fun with high-quality, delicious food. As usual, Alicia from Poise in Parma was our hostess with the mostess. Alicia is also special events director for The Chubby Cook!
We were also joined by blog reader Lindsay and proud PIP supporters Hans and Michelle (also a Chubby Cook employee).
When we arrived, we were treated to quite the spread of The Chubby Cook’s delicacies.
We had chicken meatballs, pulled pork mini sammys, hummus in cherry tomatoes, carmelized onion tarts, tapenade, puff pasty with brie and raspberry and more. There were vegan options, gluten-free options, and just a whole lot of yummy food. My favorites were the pulled pork – juicy, smoky, sweet, deliciousness – and the brie and raspberry tarts, or as I call them, little puffs of heaven.
After the eating and getting to know each other/catching up, we got a tour of The Chubby Cook facilities.
The Chubby Cook is committed to making good, healthy, delicious food. It’s really that simple. From organic and locally-grown products to great pricing and a staff that is truly passionate about their work, The Chubby Cook is a wonderful new local business to support.
It was another great Ohio Blogging Association meet-up with new and old friends, delicious food, and a new place to try for lunch, dinner, or group catering. Stay tuned to the Ohio Blogging Association page for information on the October meet-up!