Bacon Will Kill You, Carven der Pumpkin, Wonderful Sorghum, A War on Yelp, Flay Still Coming to Louisville, and More! In the Weekly Miscellany
Halloween is tomorrow…
A new study finds human DNA in hot dogs…wait, what?
Need help with your Jack O’Lantern? The Swedish Chef is ready with a demonstration:
Fiona Young-Brown has a rundown of her impressions of the Incredible Food Show last Saturday. (I’ll have some thoughts coming next week, but Fiona covers a lot of ground.)
Hot Water Cornbread Radio explains Kentucky Sorghum’s Wonderfulness.
Bobby Flay says that planned Louisville restaurant is still in the works: “It hit a couple of snags we are trying to work out,” Flay said. “There is a little politics here and there, but not in Kentucky. Kentucky is all for it.”
After 31 years, Lexington’s a la Lucie is closing but a new restaurant is coming: Lucie Slone Meyers “is closing her eclectic French place at 159 North Limestone on Nov. 30 and plans to open a new restaurant: Lucie at the Red Light.”
Carly Garcia says Eat it Again at Louisville’s El Taco Luchador.
Calvin Trilling writes “In Defense of The True ‘Cue”: ‘Dennis Rogers, a newspaper columnist who champions the rival Eastern [NC] style, wrote, “People who would put ketchup in the sauce they feed to innocent children are capable of most anything.”’
An Arizona restaurant has banned Yelpers, and they’re not happy about it.
North Lime Coffee & Donuts Clays Mill is in the Halloween spirit with the skela-Nutella donut: