Cooking Light on Lexington Farmers’ Market, Louisville’s Food Truck Scene, Owensboro’s Moonlite Bar-B-Q, & More! in the Weekly Miscellany
I am in the process of relocating Eat Kentucky HQ (ie, I’m moving) so please forgive the paucity of miscellanies this week.
A young B.B. King’s first hit, ‘3 O’Clock Blues’, recorded in Memphis in 1950. The King is dead. Long live the King.
And just as The Weekly Miscellany is at an ebb, Savoring Kentucky has many too-kind words about it, but I’ll take ’em! Thanks, Rona! (This is the official meta Weekly Miscellany link.) Oh, and she talks about new broth restaurant Caldo and also some words about coffee, including my own source for beans, Lexington’s Magic Beans. But you’ll mostly be interested in the bit about me, of course (right?).
Ashlie Stevens examines Louisville’s food truck scene.
Cooking Light ranks Lexington’s Farmers’ Market as one of the nation’s best: “The area around Lexington is mostly farm country, and all of the best ones come out [to the Lexington Farmers’ Market] in a communal and friendly environment to celebrate the best of our local products.” —Chef Edward Lee
Thrillist tags Owensboro’s Moonlite Bar-B-Q as Kentucky’s best barbecue.
You can vote for Lexington’s Readers’ Choice Favorites.
Wes Anderson has a new cafe, Bar Luce in Milan. I want to go to there.
Burgoo and an Ale-8-One at Lexington’s Billy’s Bar-B-Q: