Saturday, October 23, 2021

MAGAZINE ARTICLES

Here is where all our articles move from print to screen

Letter from the Editor: You have a choice

In 1931, Louisville native Louis D. Brandeis was an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States when a case known as New State Ice Co. v Liebmann appeared on the docket. The...

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 in the fare they offer. Still, like any food service...

Tips on choosing your personal coffee

Since my passion for coffee is solidly evident, friends and acquaintances approach me asking me for recommendations, or a personal favorite of my own. The task can be a challenge. Coffee is produced in...

Afternoon Archive: Dallas McGarity and The Fat Lamb Modern Kitchen and Bar

Chef Dallas McGarity and The Fat Lamb are cooking straight through the coronavirus, with curbside pickup at 2011 Grinstead Drive (call 502-409-7499 or order online) and delivery via DoorDash. Hours are 11:00 a.m. -...

Letter from the Editor: a new weekly column by Marty Rosen

Welcome to Editor-in-Chief Marty Rosen's regular Wednesday afternoon column. He's been covering food, dining, performing arts, and culture in Louisville for a quarter-century, and has been a contributor to Food & Dining Magazine since...

Cinco de Mayo 3: Chilakiles and the heritage of Oaxacan cuisine

Chilakiles Restaurant (5600 National Turnpike) has maintained a regular Facebook presence throughout the pandemic period, and is celebrating Cinco de Mayo today until 8:00 p.m. Last year Michael L. Jones profiled the South End...

Cinco de Mayo 2: The family recipes endure at Mi Casita

Our 2019 profile of Mi Casita Parrilla Mexicana focused on the eatery's perennially popular downtown location, which has temporarily suspended operations owing to the pandemic-enforced removal of its best customers: the local work force...

Cinco de Mayo 1: New Albany iconic … Israel’s Delicias de Mexico Cuisine

It would be difficult to overstate the impact that Israel Landin's food has made on residents of New Albany, as well as diners throughout our region. Chef Landin first taught a generation of satisfied...

Afternoon Archive: Taco night is colorful, fun and easy — just add tequila

Cinco de Mayo is tomorrow ... that's right, literally #TacoTuesday. Today's (early) Afternoon Archive provides a few suggestions for those aiming to celebrate at home.  --- Who doesn’t love tacos? The mere mention of the word...

Afternoon Archive: Q & A with Chef David Danielson of Churchill Downs

We're combing the archives for items of interest, and this 2014 interview by Michael L. Jones with Chef David Danielson remains fascinating. How does he feed all those people at Churchill Downs on a...