Monday, April 19, 2021

Kentucky’s $40 million restaurant relief fund has opened to applicants

Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear's pre-Thanksgiving Executive Order 2020-968 closing the state's restaurants and bars to indoor service until December 13 came with the promise of a carrot in the form of an edict dedicating...

The Food Literacy Project has an update and a goal for #GivingTuesday

It's always instructive to receive updates from the Food Literacy Project. First, a refresher for first-time browsers. The mission of the Food Literacy Project is youth transforming their communities through food, farming and the...

Happy Thanksgiving

From our family to yours, Food & Dining Magazine wishes all our readers a warm, happy Thanksgiving. If you have any photos of your wonderful dishes, feel free to share them on our Facebook...

REPOST: Louisville Pizza Week is here, and you can get those pies to go

(This is a repost for Tuesday, November 17, which did not publish owing to technical problems. My apologies for that – the editor) The goal of Louisville Pizza Week is to get people to embrace...

The LEE Initiative launches JCPS “Family Meal” program

If it seems we've had a lot to say about The LEE Initiative during the cataclysmic COVID-19 pandemic year of 2020, it's only because the The LEE Initiative keeps doing something about it. First came...

Gov. Beshear offers a year’s alcoholic beverage permit fee waivers to help Kentucky restaurants...

.mcclatchy-embed{position:relative;padding:40px 0 56.25%;height:0;overflow:hidden;max-width:100%}.mcclatchy-embed iframe{position:absolute;top:0;left:0;width:100%;height:100%} At his COVID-19 briefing on Thursday, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced that the state would provide a year's waiver of certain alcoholic beverage renewal fees for restaurants and bars. The waiver...

Edibles & Potables: From liquor store architecture to the spit boy’s retirement

A few matters demanding attention last week. On October 23 a new Liquor Barn Express opened in the downtown building at Brook and Market that all tenured Louisvillians know as the place "where Mike Walsh...

“We’re going to keep doing carry out until it is safer for us all...

At NPR, a synopsis of a moment in time for Halloween, 2020. Many Kentuckians are anxiously waiting as case numbers rise and wondering why the governor isn’t taking more aggressive steps to contain the virus...

Stingy Jack is reported heading toward Huber’s Orchard, Winery & Vineyards

Today we're operating under the assumption, prompted by Halloween's approach, that you're clamoring to read the instructive tale of Stingy Jack. He's an eternal wanderer through the long night, with only a glowing lump...

“Kosher whiskey & the Jewish history of distilling,” an online event (Sat., Oct. 24)

Saturday's online event is called "Beyond Bernheim: Kosher whiskey and the Jewish history of distilling," which for those only casually interested in whiskey but favoring outdoor recreation might reasonably prompt a question: What does...