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Afternoon Archive: “Four Roses Blossoms Again” (2017)

As the digital editor's personal testament, this Food & Dining Magazine article by Carla Carlton resolved a longstanding quandary. During my earliest European travels...

Afternoon Archive: A hankering for biscotti with after-dinner espresso

Biscotti strike me as the perfect adult cookie. The Italian provenance gives them a slightly cosmopolitan aura, but it is the crunchy, sandy texture,...

Afternoon Archive: For starters, earthy salbutes are addictive

Stuffed or topped? No matter, because salbutes are delicious. As of June 22, the Mayan Cafe has reopened for dining inside; read the restaurant's...

Afternoon Archive: Get on the gravy train

Gravy? It's what makes comfort food comforting. Gravy is such an accepted aspect of American cookery that the word – and the food concept behind...

Afternoon Archive: As American as French apple tarts

As Ron Mikulak explains, the two-crust apple pie familiar to generations of Americans can trace its origins to the European single-crust fruit tart.  --- An earworm...

Afternoon Archive: In search of Jamaican Jerk Chicken

The 2020 the Four Roses Kentucky Reggae Festival (presented by Bath Fitter) has been postponed to a later date owing to COVID-19. However, the...
Country ham and cheese pillows

Afternoon Archive: Un-fussy country ham? We have suggestions

A whole country ham is a challenge, but here are some ways to appreciate Kentucky ham’s rich flavors without investing a lot of time...

Afternoon Archive: Pitching a few products that restaurant owners really need

Meet Jay Forman, Food & Dining Magazine's humor columnist. A New Orleans native, Forman is the only member of the F&D staff not based...

Afternoon Archive: Entertain your family with a steakhouse night at home

Food & Dining Magazine’s Tim and Lori Laird are our officially accredited Ambassadors of Entertainment, whose “Easy Entertaining” column has been a staple for...

Afternoon Archive: Food trucks I’d like to see

Who doesn’t love a food truck? Other than the restaurant owner across the street from one, anyway. They are fun, cheap and surprisingly inventive...