Cellar Door Chocolates Expanding Into Portland With New Headquarters, Tasting Room

Cellar Door Chocolates announced today they plan to expand their operations to meet growing demand. Originally established in 2007, the confections company will have a new headquarters with production facility within the Heine Brothers'...

Self Sufficiency with Herbs and Spices for Chefs and Foodies

Herbs and spices are the "spice" of foodie life, and I hope you'll try to move beyond my horrible attempt at a pun to hear what I have to say about a book I...

MasterChef Winner Gerron Hurt Shares His Favorite Holiday Recipes

While we love entertaining and food prepping for our parties ourselves, we never turn down the chance to have chefs join us. Easy Entertaining By Tim & Lori Laird | Photos by Dan Dry  Winter 2018...

Kentucky Farmers Featured in Kentucky Proud Christmas Video

Kentucky Proud recently released the below video, featuring Kentucky farmers singing Jingle Bells.  The video was funded by the Kentucky Agricultural Development Fund as a Kentucky Proud promotional project and was made by Louisville company...

MESA, A Collaborative Kitchen Now Offers Incubator Space and Catering

MESA, A Collaborative Kitchen, 216 Pearl St, in New Albany recently launched two new programs at its high-end studio kitchen: an incubator program for start-up businesses and catering from MESA chefs.   The incubator program...

Butchertown Grocery Releases Fall Menu

Butchertown Grocery (BG), 1076 E Washington St offers a rotating seasonal menu and has released their fall menu. While you'll still find some favorite entreés and desserts on the menu, new items such as pumpkin muffins,...

Show Us Your Food For a Chance to Win $25 Gift Card

Since yesterday was surely a foodpocalypse for our lovely readers, we want to drool at your bites. Post a photo of your food by 7 a.m.  Monday morning, and tag us on Facebook ( @Food...

Taste of the Bluegrass Trail: Pine Mountain Took My Breath Away

Naturalist Keith Bowling told me Pine Mountain was the first state park in Kentucky, and I discovered it’s also the furthest stop from Louisville on the Taste of the Bluegrass Culinary Trail. You might...

Taste of the Bluegrass Trail: Blue Licks Battlefield Offers History and a Quiet Get...

According to the State Parks website, “On August 19, 1782, nearly seventy Kentuckians died in what some historians have called the “Last Battle of the American Revolution.” While that claim is debatable, the struggle...

Pawpaw season has begun!

I mentioned in the recent F&D recipe story about pawpaws (below) that I would make a point to inform readers when paw paws are available at farmers markets. For two weeks now, I have been...

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