Crank & Boom Grand Opening, Dudley’s on TV, Louisville Food Tours, Cast-Iron Love, No Government Raisins, & More! in the Weekly Miscellany
Dudley’s of Lexington will be featured on Food Network show ‘Guilty Pleasures’ on June 29, 10 PM ET. The dish featured is Tournedos Maxwell, one of Chef Bobby Flay’s guilty pleasures. Throughout the day on June 29, the dish will be available for the special price of $19.81 to celebrate the event.
A pickle a day keeps anxiety at bay.
More than three tons of hemp seed is set to be destroyed because of a paperwork issue.
Whole Foods has been caught overcharging New York City customers: “A city investigation into the supermarket chain found that packaged foods are routinely mis-marked at NYC locations, meaning customers are often overpaying for what they’re getting — and have been since 2010. Inspectors weighed 80 different types of items at Whole Foods locations around the city and found that every label was inaccurate, reports the Daily News.”
Owensboro’s Moonlite Bar-B-Q Inn and Old Hickory Bar-B-Que are featured on First We Feast’s 29 Bucket List BBQ Joints.
A feature on Mike Whitehead, founder of FINEX Cast-Iron Cookware: “I love the idea that you’re making something that gets better with time and collects stories.”
The Bourbon Soaked Mom takes a taste of Hazard’s Treehouse Cafe & Bakery, which apparently is also now closing.
Food Guide Food Tours of Louisville is a new venture combining food and history.
The Supreme Court rules that the U.S. government cannot seize raisins from farmers without compensation. Listen to this NPR feature on Marvin Horne, the man who wouldn’t give the government his raisins.