Cincinnati's historic Findlay Market draws hundreds (thousands?) of shoppers every weekend, especially in the growing season, for the farm-fresh produce and top-quality meats and cheeses. It's also home to an array of fine bakeries, from artisan bread-makers Blue Oven Bakery to the gourmet pastries of Skirtz and Johnston, among several others.But you can also find a nice selection fully-cooked, wonderful dishes that need only to be reheated (or served cold), as well as entrees and side dishes that require just a little bit of extra work.
For instance, Bouchon sells this array of raviolis, pastas and pasta sauces -- everything from the luxe crab and lobster ravioli to the vegan black bean ravioli.
|Pasta and sauces at Bouchon, inside Findlay Market|
|Grandma Debbie's roasted sweet potatoes/beets (C)|
A few of their offerings are in the final three photos.
|Panko-coated chicken (front) and Gazpacho|
|I bought some of the cous-cous salad, back left|