While February 14 is the day typically known for love, this year it falls on Ash Wednesday, Long John Silver’s busiest day of the year. So, the seafood chain will be turning its affections to the day after and celebrating plenty of fish in the sea by referring to February 15 as #Plentyfish Day. They will set up optional “community” tables in their dining rooms where people can mingle and meet new potential dates. Customers who state they are “going fishing” when placing their order will receive a deep fried Twinkie.
Okay. Today’s post might be a little tongue in cheek. ‘Tis the season after all, and Louisville’s nationally recognized food scene has plenty to offer those in search of a romantic Valentine’s evening – or even a few options for riding the estrogen wave on Galentine’s Day, February 13. Some are so happy to help Louisville hearts, they’ve got specials or activities all week, while others are offering a seemingly random list of dates with special menus. So, if the Valentine’s Day baked goods we shared weren’t enough to satisfy your lustful appetite, here’s a kind of ridiculously long and detailed list of ways you can get some more cushion for your pushin’. OH – and if you’re “giving a little something up” (hubba, hubba) for Lent, there are a few options for you, too, since Ash Wednesday and Valentine’s Day are sharing a Hump Day this year.
The team at The Bakery at Sullivan University, 3100 Bardstown Road, is now offering a brand new holiday menu with walk-in purchases or custom orders with three days’ notice available. In addition to Valentine’s Day pastries, baked goods and candies, scratch-made king cakes with cinnamon or cream cheese can be purchased for Mardi Gras February 13.
A good New Year’s resolution that is easy enough to keep is to pledge to learn a few new recipes this year, and to actually cook them. the Picarescala Culinary Institute is ready to give you a head start with a series of cooking classes presents in conjunction with Los Monitos Language place at Crane House, 1244 S. Third St. Continue reading Experience French cooking in the New Year