Wednesday, August 10, 2022

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Check out F&D’s “2022 Farmers’ Market Guide”

https://issuu.com/foodanddiningmagazine/docs/summer_2022_vol._74_/16 Our current print edition of Food & Dining Magazine is out and about (Summer 2022; Vol. 74; June, July, August). You'll find copies available, free of charge, in the metro's finest food and drink...

Edibles & Potables: We got the beets—raw, pickled, roasted, or stewed

 The menu at Lennie's in Bloomington, Indiana includes a Wild Beet Spinach Salad with strawberries, beets, sugar-roasted pecans, red onions, tomato, and Caprini goat cheese. Making the topic of "beets" a handy post-it note, we'll...

Edibles & Potables: Seven essential cookbooks, selected by The Economist

In 1988, I was fortunate (?) to land my first and only "real" corporate job abstracting periodicals at the now long-defunct UMI Data-Courier on 5th Street in Louisville, across the alley from Standard Gravure....

At long last, an Indian grocery for SoIN: Spiceland in Clarksville

LEO Weekly reports a much welcomed episode of multiculturalism for the benefit of Southern Indiana foodies in the advent of Spiceland, an Indian grocery store located at 706 E. Lewis and Clark Pkwy., Suite...

Nicole A. Taylor’s new cookbook, with recipes for Juneteenth and Black celebrations

At Teen Vogue, Jameelah Nasheed provides background: What Is Juneteenth, How Is It Celebrated, and Why Does It Matter?: Even after the end of slavery was declared, the Union had to enforce emancipation. In Texas, approximately...

Edibles & Potables: How do we feed the world without devouring the planet?

George Monbiot is a British environmental and political activist. In his recent essay at The Guardian, Monbiot considers the likelihood of a "contagious collapse" on the part of the global food industry. In short,...

Edibles & Potables: Belgian cuisine lowdown (150 feet up)

Edibles & Potables is F&D's Sunday space for casting curious glances here, there and everywhere, generally landing outside our metropolitan Louisville coverage area. If you're in Brussels this summer, and seek a novel way of...

Edibles & Potables: “Our food system isn’t ready for the climate crisis”

The last time we visited the island of Madeira in 2018, while dining on the unique dish of black scabbard fish with fried bananas (or passion fruit sauce), I asked about the bananas and...

Henry Bain’s Sauce is a Derby tradition, but there’s more to the story

The Pendennis Club, founded in 1881, is a private social club in Louisville located at 218 Muhammad Ali Boulevard in a clubhouse built in 1928.   Outside of the club’s current membership, it is probably...

It’s Derby-Pie™ only if Kern’s Kitchen bakes it

The beer nerds among us understand the implications of a trademark. "Steam" beer is a style of beer associated with San Francisco, but Anchor Brewing Company owns the trademark, and so the rest of us...