A Wild Game Feast, Kentucky Likes Southern, & Squirrely’s PB&J In the Weekly Miscellany
Kentucky is shut out in Yelp’s Top 100 Places to Eat in the U.S. for 2015 list. Of course, a barbecue place in California tops the list, so how seriously can you take it? We already let them have their own pizza.
The Appalachian Heritage Wild Game Feast at Natural Bridge is Saturday, January 24, 4-8 PM.
The New York Times featured Lexington including the development of National Provisions: A Trot, Not a Gallop, Toward Renewal in Lexington, KY
Owensboro’s Old Hickory Bar-B-Que makes Garden & Gun’s list of 5 Unusual Barbecue Spots.
This New Yorker cartoon is spot on:
Kentucky likes Southern cuisine. The most favored cuisines are ranked in each state. A few might bring a chuckle (I’m looking at you Colorado, Iowa, Minnesota, and–most of all–West Virginia.)
Kentucky Proud & the Kentucky Department of Agriculture are sponsoring a statewide poster and essay contest for Kentucky students. The deadline is January 27.
Under the direction of Chef-in-residence Ouita Michel, Woodford Distillery has opened a new Kentucky Proud certified restaurant, Glenn’s Creek Cafe.
Originally a food truck, Lexington’s Athenian Grill is opening a second location.
Step up your snow cream game: We All Scream For Snow Cream
Enjoy this fun version of ‘Jackson’ by the excellent group The Show Ponies: