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Letter from the Editor: On the backstretch (maybe) near the far turn

Last Saturday and Sunday, my wife, Mary, and I donned our masks, picked up flyers, and spent the mornings knocking on doors (maybe a hundred by the end of the weekend) in Clifton and...

Welcome to Comings & Goings, a weekly snapshot of the food and dining scene

Our old friend Ron Mikulak has returned to the F&D news desk, and most Tuesdays he'll be making the rounds to document eatery openings, closings and various other items - Editor. --  Food & Dining Magazine...

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, its not-too-sweet flavor, its unusual shape, which makes it perfect...
Royce Neeley of The Neeley Family Distillery

The Neeley Family — 11 Generations of Whiskey Makers

The Story Behind the Neeley Family Distillery  On a fateful August day in 1906, in Owsley County, Kentucky, fourteen-year-old Leonard Neeley stood behind a tree with a gun in his hand just outside the home...

Where’s Pappy? Seeking a Pappy Van Winkle Adventure in Kentucky

Seeking a Pappy Van Winkle Adventure in Kentucky (Originally published in the Winter 2018 issue of Food & Dining) With prices of single bottles being sold for thousands of dollars (both at retail and on the...

Easy Entertaining — Cajun Crawfish Boil…Made Easy

Up here, north of Bayou Country, Cajun food is party food, the mark of a celebration that includes spicy sausage and seafood, rice and okra, catfish, gumbo, maque choux... And the epitome of Cajun party...

Cooking with Ron—Nashville Hot Chicken

Suddenly, Nashville-style hot chicken is popping up all over in the form of new restaurants or as menu items at others such as KFC and O’Charley’s. In Louisville, Joella’s Hot Chicken and Royals Hot...

Upon the reopening of Sarino, here’s a profile of the Germantown Italian eatery

Sarino (1030 Goss Avenue in Germantown) has reopened for regular business hours.  Two years ago Michael L. Jones profiled Sarino. It's an excellent opportunity to get reacquainted with a relatively new eatery with longstanding family...

Old Stone Inn: Standing the Test of Time

Bringing History to Life The 200-year-old Old Stone Inn lives again   By Jessica Mathis | Photos By Dan Dry   Winter 2018 Print Issue  The stone building in Simpsonville has seen pioneers, early attacks from Native Americans, stagecoaches,...

Restaurant Comings & Goings — Spring 2019

(Editor’s Note: This story has been updated from the original story printed in the Spring 2019 issue. We incorrectly reported that 21st Amendment Tavern featured hemp food items. This is not accurate. We apologize...