Dan Kane

Dan Kane is the entertainment editor for The Repository’s Ticket magazine, for which he writes about theater, movies, rock ‘n’ roll, art, classical music, dance, restaurants, festivals and everything else that’s going on. Growing up in Wooster, he always thought of Canton as “the big city.”

Feast Awards: Mint & Lime Asian Bistro

Carryout has been very busy this winter at Mint & Lime Asian Bistro in Jackson Township. Many of those orders have included orders of pho (pronounced fuh), the flavorful rice-noodle soup slow-cooked with sliced beef, beef meatballs and sweet onions and served with lime wedges, fresh basil, bean sprouts, sriracha and hoison sauce. The pho takes eight hours to cook and tends to sell out quickly. A quart-sized container is $10.

Little Chunk of Goodness | Behind the Food

Christy Williams started her home-baking business, Little Chunk of Goodness, because, she said, “I couldn’t afford groceries.” Williams was working two jobs, one of which was cashiering and doing dishes at a bakery. “Customers kept coming in and asking if we had royal icing cookies. I had no idea what they were, but there was obviously a huge demand for it. So I Googled it.”