“Food for Thought” PechaKucha a great venue for those who ponder local food issues

The couple of PechaKucha presentations I have been smart enough to attend have been great fun, thought-provoking and full of energy, great ways to see what local people are doing and planning in our...

Louisville Chefs on First All-Female Council at Atlanta Food and Wine Festival

Louisville’s chef Annie Pettry of Decca was one of more than 60 women named to the first ever all-female advisory council at The Atlanta Food & Wine Festival, which will be held May 31...

610 Magnolia’s Edward Lee to publish cookbook in May

He's talked about it for quite a while, and now it's coming to fruition. Edward Lee, creator of 610 Magnolia's always clever and ever-changing cuisine, is publishing a cookbook titled "Smoke and Pickles" in May....

Bourbon and Beyond Culinary Lineup Announced!

We’ve been waiting on the edge of our seats to see who will be serving up the culinary experiences at the Bourbon and Beyond Festival at Champions Park in Louisville September 22 and 23,...

Joe & Larry’s Chicken Shack to feature Nashville-style hot chicken

Michael Crouch, Executive Chef at Bistro 1860, 1765 Mellwood Ave., will open Joe & Larry’s Chicken Shack later this spring in the little building behind the restaurant on the corner of Mellwood and Brownsboro...

“Compassion & Cooking” focus of monthly Noosh Nosh classes

Chef Anoosh Shariat will collaborate with fitness instructor Carlos Rivas in a monthly series of breakfasts at his Noosh Nosh restaurant, 4816 Brownsboro Center, focusing on healthful and mindful eating, and the relationship of...

Whiskey Dry Opens: Chef Edward Lee and Stacie Stewart Describe the Journey

Chef Edward Lee’s newest concept Whiskey Dry opens today on 4th St. Live! He said this bar has been two years in the making, and a lot of thought went into expanding the discussion...

‘Restaurant Impossible’ show coming to help Coach Lamp next week

Robert Irvine, the chef from the Food Network TV show, “Restaurant Impossible,” has chosen the Coach Lamp Restaurant & Pub as his next rescue project. Irvine and his construction and film crews will be in...

Chef Q&A: Anthony Lamas

Anthony Lamas followed a girl to Kentucky from California in 1994. While that relationship didn’t last, Louisvillians have benefited from his marriage of Latin flavors and Southern ingredients ever since. After stints at several local dining...

Taste of the Bluegrass Trail: Western Waterlands – Kentucky Dam Village

If you want to see a national recreational area without leaving the state, head south west from Louisville to the Land Between the Lakes. However, not too far from there is a lovely resort...

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