Volume 4 | April 2022
Our Neighbors' News

We are so thankful for your support and involvement in HIS mission:

"To provide a place where our neighbors eat and
come together as one community."
March Photos
Chef Greg's Corner!
2 cups fresh basil leaves (no stems)
2 tablespoons pine nuts or walnuts
2 large cloves garlic
½ cup extra-virgin olive oil
½ cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese

Combine basil leaves, pine nuts or walnuts and garlic in a food processor and process until very finely minced.

With the machine running slowly dribble in the oil and process until the mixture is smooth.

Add the cheese and process very briefly, just long enough to combine.

Store in the refrigerator or freezer. 
Shayne's Volunteer Corner
Next Volunteer Training Date

When: Tuesday, April 19th
Time: 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Bring: Your questions

This session is for anyone who is interested in learning more about volunteering. Shayne will cover all of the various volunteer positions. If you are interested, please call 937-736-2358 or email info@onebistro.org to reserve your spot.

You do not need to attend a training session to sign up to volunteer. You may also go to our website, www.onebistro.org, and look for the volunteer tab for more information.

Students who need volunteer hours, please consider logging those hours at the bistro. The summertime is a perfect time to volunteer. Safe atmosphere, fun time, great experience.
AMAZING!!! One of the best breakfasts I ever had!! What a great concept-generous priced menu with the hope you will pay it forward for the community! Great concept, incredible food, lovely atmosphere! Thank you. Linda S.
While we encourage volunteers to sign up online in advance, anyone may stop in during café hours to see if help is needed. Groups are also welcome to serve together. Email us and we’ll find the perfect opportunity for your group!
email: info@onebistro.org
Our Signature Strawberry Quinoa Salad is back for the spring and summer along with the return of the delicious Fried Green BLT.
Chef has also added a Shrimp Po' Boy and a Chicken Philly.
We have added the choice of Flatbread to our Pizza menu. Our Signature Spinach Goat Cheese & Bacon Pizza is still on the menu and joined by a new Taco Pizza, Caprese Flatbread and Buffalo Chicken Flatbread.


Saturday brunch in the bistro is a special day! Our Spring and Summer menu is sure to be a crowd pleaser. In addition to Chef’s fan favorite Eggs Benedict, Biscuits & Gravy, and the amazing Omelets made to order, we have added Chicken & Waffles and a Caprese Flatbread for those who want something a little different. 

We do have A LA CARTE too so you can order your very own combination of yummy.
Thank you to our March Community Meal volunteer groups.
You make our evening so very special.
In 2021, Wanda Weber contacted One Bistro to reserve a specific Community Meal date in 2022 to honor her late husband, Jim Weber. The March date finally arrived and Chef Greg served up a delicious meal of roast chicken, mashed potatoes and green beans which was Jim's favorite meal. When we asked Wanda about her decision to remember and celebrate her late husband in such a way, she had this to say.

"After attending a Community Meal with Molly Kyne, I felt the love and sense of commitment to the community. I thought at once, what a great way to honor my husband! He would of loved the atmosphere of love, the fellowship with friends and strangers, and the fabulous meal! Several of the volunteers knew my husband and several stepped up to help me honor him. Our church, Spring Valley United Methodist, is very committed to helping the less fortunate! Thank you again One Bistro for this opportunity of love!"
1576 meals served!

Wanda Weber
Denise Davis
Rosie Dixon
Vicki Giambrone
Copley Construction
Sue Sheard Cannella
Tom & Sedra Downs
Friends of the Bistro
Diane Dixon
Cindy & Allen McCoy
Log Dog Consulting
CedarCare Village Pharmacy
Gospel Training & Outreach Center
Xenia United Presbyterian Church
First Church of Christ | Small Group Life Group
Cedarville University, Department of Communication

I read about this restaurant on Trip Advisor. Very interesting concept. We were driving from Lexington back to Michigan and planned this to be our lunch stop. The people are so friendly that work there. This is a nonprofit. I had the chicken burger; my husband had a steak tip roll up with the most amazing steak fries. Everything that came out of the kitchen looked to die for. Homemade ice cream to top off our visit. If you live anywhere near Xenia or plan to pass by, this place is a must. Brenda B.
Enjoy a delicious meal in a cheerful and welcoming environment. Each meal is seasoned with love and served with joy and kindness. There is a seat at the table for everyone and all may eat. So please, come and fill your belly and your heart! 
All of this deliciousness - hope to see you in the bistro soon!
Hebrews 13:2
Don’t forget to show hospitality to strangers, for some who have done this have entertained angels without realizing it!