To the people who’ve heard him belt out Elvis classics or encountered him on crime-fighting walks in Columbus neighborhoods, Billy Cash is one of those larger-than-life characters who are part of the fabric of any large city. To the web of artists, musicians and others who have formed a loving circle around Cash, he’s a big heart, a free spirit and an artist. Contributing writer Joel Oliphint writes an appreciation of the lesser-known Cash.
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Letters and Chatter about Columbus Monthly, September 2015 Edition
A Kobe beef burger topped with truffle aioli, meatballs that cut like butter and five more meat-filled dishes to try around Columbus
“You’ll need a really hot broiler to do it right,” says Denver Adkins, executive chef and co-owner of The Top Steak House. “Around 1,000 degrees.” The concentrated, high heat is the biggest difference between broiling and grilling.
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