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.

Screen Time: Triggering Binge Eating in Young Adults

November 10, 2021

Words by Shelly Kelley According to the Pew Research Center, by 2018 95% of teens aged 13-17 owned a smartphone and 97% used a social media platform such as YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, or Snapchat. Many adults believe these platforms negatively impact (Read more)

Hubbard Squash Parfait with Miso Fluff and Buttermilk Ganache

November 10, 2021

Photo by Barry Jarvis Food Styling by Anthony Reasor   Ganache: ½ cup buttermilk, shaken 1 cup dark (70% +) chocolate 1 tablespoon butter or ghee Gently warm all ingredients over low heat, whisking constantly, until smooth and melty. Store in (Read more)

Hubbard Squash Chutney

November 10, 2021

Photo by Barry Jarvis What to do with the dozens of pounds of leftover squash? This chutney will last weeks in your refrigerator if you don’t eat all of it in one sitting like a pint of ice cream. 2 shallots, (Read more)

Roasted Hubbard with Yogurt and Bengali Five Spice

November 9, 2021

Photos by Barry Jarvis   Tadka is the Hindi word for tempering whole or ground spices in oil or ghee. It’s also the word for the infused oil itself. Gently toast ground spices in a little oil to make a thick (Read more)