OK, Louisville, we’ve relied on the “professionals” long enough to convert all that local food talk into action. It’s time that more of us got down to learning how to tap into what’s already a well-established network of farmers and retailers who are bring the food to market. It’s our turn to buy and cook more of it. Continue reading Food for life: IdeaFest hosting Local Food: The Power to Change event on Sept. 23
If you haven’t been to Henry’s Place (4864 Brownsboro Road) near Indian Hills, you’re missing a real treat. Continue reading Henry’s Place hosting five-course dinner with wines of Vineyard Brands
Varanese Restaurant (2106 Frankfort Ave.), is hosting a Terra d’Oro wine dinner Tuesday, Sept. 24, beginning with a reception at 6:30 p.m. and dinner at 7. Continue reading Glasses ready! Varanese hosting Terra d’Oro Wine Dinner Sept. 24
So I’m at the farmers market this morning on Bardstown (across from Asiatique) and I queue up for a coffee at the Highland Coffee booth. And to my pleasant surprise, the winner of Food Network’s “Next Food Network Star” Damaris Phillips jumps behind the counter to help her friend out and ends up serving me my up my morning cup of coffee. Thanks Damaris. Continue reading New Food Network Show to be filmed in Louisville.
Fear not the bridge, ye Louisvillians. There’s much to see on the Sunny Side of the river, including the following events involving The Keg Liquors: Continue reading Cool September events involving The Keg Liquors in Indiana
APRON, Louisville’s restaurant worker relief organization, is hosting what sure to be a spirited fundraiser at Maker’s Mark Distillery in Loretto, Ky., Sept. 19. Continue reading APRON hosting Delectable Distillery Tour fundraiser at Maker’s Mark Distillery
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Boombozz Pizza & Taphouse is celebrating its 15th anniversary with a buy one large pizza, get another large pizza for 15 cents steal. Continue reading No lie: Boombozz Pizza & Taphouse says ‘Happy 15th’ with 15-Cent pizzas
Not your everyday buffet. Sitar delivers flavor and variety, all piping hot.
My undergraduate years sowed the seeds of my frugality. Scholarships took care of my major college expenses, but the paycheck I received from the student newspaper only covered a monthly trip to Wal-Mart and one night out at a decent restaurant (and by decent, I mean a place that had cloth instead of paper napkins). So I learned how to stretch the few dollars I had left. That meant a lot of trips to buffet restaurants. Continue reading $10 Challenge — Sitar Indian Restaurant