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The Appalachian Food Summit: The Promise of Holler to Table Dining

By Lora Smith The Inaugural Appalachian Food Summit held at the Hindman Settlement School on May 18th was a celebration of mountain food heritage that offered a glimpse at the unfolding future of local food in the region. According to […]

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Is Lexington’s Dan Wu the NEXT MasterChef on Fox?

"[MasterChef] is so powerful and so successful because it sends the message that with your passion for food and cooking you can change your life," so says restaurateur

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PHOTOS: Taste of the Bluegrass 2014

The 34th annual Taste of the Bluegrass 2014 was held May 16 at Keeneland's Keene Barn. Big winners for the evening included short ribs sliders from Nick Ryan's executive

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Lexington Restaurant News: May 16, 2014

Lexington Pasta has announced that they have found a new home at 962 Delaware Avenue (it's currently located on North Limestone, near Lexington Beerworks). More Mediterranean fare has arrived

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Craft Beer Week Spotlights Lexington’s New Love For Great Beer

By Patrick O'Dowd Summer is just around the corner and that means it’s time for beer. Of course—these days—it’s always time for beer in Lexington. The past few years have

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Where to Eat Mother’s Day Brunch in Lexington

A selected sampling of Mother's Day 2014 Brunch Options in Lexington. Mother's Day is Sunday May 11, 2014 Alfalfa’s 9-2 Regular Brunch with Mother’s Day Specials. a la lucie at 159

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Middle Fork Kitchen Bar: Lexington Food-Trucker Meets Kickstarter Goal For Distillery District Restaurant

The Lexington food-scene is about to get even better. This week, Mark Jensen and his crew from the well loved Fork in the Road Mobile Galley hit their $20,000

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Lexington’s New Restaurant News: Spring 2014

Wild Eggs has opened in the Palomar Center and offers items like a Frito Bandito Frittata, and other contemporary twists on typical breakfast, brunch and lunch fare.  It's

Original Ramsey’s location to close at High and Woodland

Owner Rob Ramsey opened Lexington's first Ramsey's, at the corner of High and Woodland Avenue, in the spring of 1989. That location spun off a Missy's Pies next

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Lexington gets second shot at downtown grocery: Shorty’s is back



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