Amy Tobin fell in love with food as a young girl and began throwing her first dinner parties in high school. She’s come a long way since then, entertaining staffers from Bon Appetit and Gourmet magazines, interviewing Paula Deen, developing recipes for Gold Star Chili, writing a cookbook and creating the on-air segment “Amy’s Table” on Q102.

But her most meaningful accomplishment (besides her kids, of course), is her consulting business, Taramy Enterprises. “I’ve built it into something that makes me both proud and happy,” says Amy. “I love working creatively with brands on food and lifestyle projects.”

Amy’s been sharing her passion for food, entertaining and living well on Q102 since 2005. Some “living well” tips she takes to heart? Exploring Cincinnati’s beautiful parks – particularly the trails in Sharon Woods, honing her talent for fishing and spending quality time with her husband Rob, son Sean and daughter Katie, plus their two cats, Bella and Tom (“Though Tom may actually be a dog. We’re not sure.”).

Book Club Grub


Cocktails with a Literary twist from Tim Federle’sTEQUILA MOCKINGBIRD

Book Club must-read suggestions from Audrey Bullar of Joseph Beth Booksellers

 Judy Krupp and Vicki Gelman dish it up from THE BOOK CLUB COOKBOOK

Off the Beaten Page: Best Trips for Lit Lovers, Book Clubs & Girls on Getaways from Terri Smith

I shared my Inspired Idea Tip and recipe for Pie Crust 101 and Get Sharp – Knife 101

Don’t miss Kindervelt’s 38th Snowball Bash Kinderklaus Market  at The Newport Syndicate on November 22nd and 23rd. Proceeds benefit the Cincinnati Children’s Heart Institute – Kindervelt Neurodevelopmental, Educational and Learning Center at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.