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Guy Fieri cooks ‘Kentucky Klassics’ on a new episode of Guy’s Big Bite Back Yard on Food Network, “a culinary Kentucky Derby in my backyard.” “I have some cities that I really love. One of them happens to be Louisville, […]
Tonight is the halfway mark of Season 3 of the Next Great Baker. It's Episode 7 Battle of the Sexes. Spoiler alert: stop reading right now if you
This series of articles on Tasting Lexington begins on page 14 of the January 24, 2013 print edition of Ace. BY HEATHER C. WATSON Southern food is everywhere these days.
If you're going to celebrate World Pie Day (possibly it's just National Pie Day) on January 23, you'll need to know how to make the perfect apple pie.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Favorite Foods A Guide to Celebrating His Birthday by RL Reeves Jr. How to honor the great man? This is what we pondered when it dawned
With a name like "Influenza Sorbet," it has to be good. Made with "cayenne pepper, ginger, Maker's Mark bourbon, honey, and cold- and flu-fighting orange and lemon juices," the
The last few years have been all about Task Forces and Committees for Food Trucks in Lexington, and this evening it came back to Council chambers for new
One of the most beloved contestants on Next Great Baker might have only competed for a few episodes, but Lexington's James Brown (Brown's Bakery) sure made an impression.
It's now down to seven contestants for Episode 6 of Next Great Baker, Cakes Al Dente. Spoiler alert: stop reading right now if you don’t want to know
No more Bourbon Ball French toast?! Louisville news outlets are reporting this morning that the extraordinarily popular Lynn's Paradise Cafe has closed its doors, and served its last meal