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...

Apron, Inc Awards Ballotin’s Paul Tuell, Chef Ellen Gill McCarty

Apron, Inc held its annual fundraiser "Taste of Independents" on Sunday at the beautiful Olmsted. As people wandered and enjoyed the band, silent auction and tasting of many bites and beverages, Apron, Inc announced...

Winston’s John Castro looking to win big at breakfast

John Castro, executive chef at Winston’s and culinary instructor at Sullivan University, has entered a contest, the Hometown Breakfast Battle, sponsored by Thomas’s English Muffins, hoping to beat out the 135 other chefs competing...

Louisville cited fairly high on more “bests” lists for restaurants

Perhaps lists of people, places and things will soon be outpacing cat videos as the most popular hits on the internet. (I myself am drawn to things like “Celebrities with ugly spouses” and “Tattoos...

Guy Genoud of Brasserie Provence named state’s top restaurateur

Last month the Kentucky Restaurant Association bestowed a variety of honors on owners and workers in the state’s restaurant industry. Among the most notable of the awards was the naming of Guy Genoud, owner...

Local Chef Ed Lee news – new TV show, a pair of restaurants and more

There is a lot of Ed Lee news in recent weeks. Restaurateur Edward Lee, of 610 Magnolia and Milkwood renown locally, in addition to opening soon Whiskey Dry at Fourth St. Live!, is planning a...

National accolades for El Camino, Comfy Cow and Mussel and Burger Bar

Three national publications, one analog print and two digital, have recognized three Louisville restaurants in a “Best of” category. The South’s premier upscale slick, Garden & Gun, listed El Camino, 1314 Bardstown Rd. in...

Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail lands on National Geographic’s 10 Best Spring Trips for 2013.

So National Geographic has named the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Tour a "Best Spring Trip" for 2013. Well, we’ll be darned—and darned proud. Seems the yellow-bordered magazine of our youths, the one packed with photographs of...

StarChefs’ praise for area’s Rising Stars is great for Louisville’s culinary scene

With all the “best of” lists published these days, some might ignore StarChefs singling out Kentucky and Tennessee for its Rising Star Awards in 2014. They shouldn’t. It’s easily one of the best-vetted best-of compilations...

Sullivan Students compete in Culinary Olympics in Germany

Four student chefs from Louisville’s Sullivan University are headed for Erfut, Germany, on Friday, to compete in the World Culinary Olympics. Today they met with Mayor Greg Fischer, who wished the students a bon voyage,...

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