Central Kitchen Media Services

You have amazing products but aren't sure how to promote your business and drive sales. That's where we come in! We work with you strategically to provide a winning game plan to grow your business effectively.

Create the narrative and visual brand that will resonate with your target market.

Develop compelling content to engage your audience and drive brand awareness.

Create an effective marketing strategy that promotes your business and increases your bottom line.

Central Kitchen Media's Food Publication

Want to connect with your desired audience and promote your products or services. Reach Northeast Ohio foodies in the area's premier food magazine, Edible Cleveland. We can help you engage with the local food community. With a combination of traditional and new media, we can spread the word and further your business goals.

Teens in the Kitchen with Chef David Miller

April 14, 2022

Teens in the Kitchen:  Knock, Knock, David Miller: Who’s There? Teens: Pasta… David: Pasta who? Teens: Pass the Lasagna; we’re hungry! Chicken & Broccoli Lasagna w/ Alfredo Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 40 minutes Total Time: 55 minutes Serves: 9 (Read more)

Teens in the Kitchen with David Miller

March 30, 2022

Soul food is an ethnic cuisine traditionally prepared and eaten by African Americans, which originated in the Southern United States. The term originated in the early 1960’s when the word “soul” was a popular buzzword. Soul food is closely associated with (Read more)

Teens in the Kitchen with David Miller

January 30, 2022

The current weather outside may be frightful, but that’s ok, because it just makes delicious comfort food even more delightful! 😜 Earlier this week, our very own David Miller was our resident chef and had a blast putting on a special (Read more)

Pandemic Pivot at Destiny Farm Cattle

January 10, 2022

Words by Rebecca Ferlotti Photos by Kaitlin Walsh The moment you start down the gravel pathway at Destiny Farm Cattle-quintessential red barn in the distance-you hear the excited squeals of hogs. “We weren’t quite ready for the hogs,” says Hendrick Leibrandt, “but (Read more)