Chef Lee to Netflix, Venison & Chanterelles, Owensboro’s Food Truck, Mother Mayo, Lucky Charms Dust, & More! In the Weekly Miscellany
Kentucky is one of the three most restrictive states in the nation regarding cottage food sales: “Outside of commercial kitchens and food businesses, in Kentucky the sale of low-risk canned foods and baked goods is restricted to growers.”
Elizabeth Myers finds Lucky Charms marshmallow dust is just one of the appeals of Louisville’s 10 Tables.
Mind of a Chef Season 3 (one of the absolute best food shows on TV) featuring Louisville’s Chef Edward Lee comes to Netflix on August 1. Kentucky is spotlighted in multiple episodes, and Chef Ouita Michel shows up extensively in one. Read my post previewing the episodes.
The 14 Most Farm Friendly Chefs in America go to boot camp.
Michael Pendley goes foraging and teaches us how to make stir fried venison with fresh chanterelle mushrooms.
Seedleaf Lexington has a snazzy new video promoting their good work:
Julie Lamb looks at Louisville’s French bistro Ghyslain
Pangea is Owensboro’s first food truck following a recent ordinance change.
Maria Speck explores sorghum the grain (not only the syrup made from it), and how to use it.
Mother Mayo: Why Duke’s Mayonnaise Matters: “And then you wonder, ‘Why am I even making my own mayonnaise?’ I haven’t made mayonnaise in ten years.” ~Sean Brock
A Renaissance painting reveals how selective breeding has changed the watermelon.