Virtual program hosted on Zoom


May 12, 2021


Free, registration required

Sunset Salons: One Dish Wonders

Free, Register Now!

In the final installment of Clifton Cultural Arts Center’s Sunset Salons series, local chefs will share their favorite recipes, cooking tips, and searing secrets in this virtual panel discussion. Each panelist will take us through one of their popular recipes, with ingredients and step-by-step instructions you can recreate at home. Click here to download the recipes and follow along with our chefs as they cook!

Missed the program, but still interested in the conversation?

Check out the video recording of the live stream discussion below!

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Watch Chef Jordan Anthony-Brown prepare Avgolemono

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Watch Chef Worthington prepare Meatballs



Featured Panelists

Click here to read featured panelist bios!


5:50pm – Online stream opens
6:00 – Featured panelist conversation begins
7:00 – Closing remarks, questions, and farewells

How to Register for Zoom Salon

The Sunset Salons: One Dish Wonders Live Stream is free to attend. Click here to complete registration form; a web link to join the Zoom live stream will be sent to you directly.

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 Many thanks to our generous sponsors:

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Featured Panelists Bios


Chef Jordan Anthony-Brown was set to open Aperture, a mezze-style restaurant in Walnut Hills, when COVID-19 hit. He put that on pause and instead teamed up with friends he worked with at Michelin-starred Rose’s Luxury in Washington, D.C., to open a takeout-only bodega in Over-the-Rhine. Themed after 80’s and 90’s nostalgia, Elm St. Social Club serves breakfast and lunch takeout-only, and offers finish-at-home dinner kits meant to serve two or four.




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Working at Cincinnati’s restaurants since the 80’s, Chef Kevin Worthington has worked at Mullane’s Cafe, Plaza 600, Palomino, Jeff Ruby’s, Spazzi, South Beach Grill and Ruth’s Parkside Cafe. As Chef/General Manager at Gaslight Bar & Grill, Chef Worthington serves casual American comfort food.




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Julie Niesen has been covering local food since 2008. Her award-winning blog, wine me dine me, has been featured in The Washington Post, USA Today, Serious Eats, The Cincinnati Enquirer (and its former weekly, Metromix), WCPO Digital, City Beat, WCPO-TV, Fox19, and many more. She is a longtime resident of Over-the-Rhine, where she lives with her French bulldogs. She also owns an award-winning makeup and hair studio, BRIDEface, and consults.


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