Food Truck Friday, Louisville BBQ, Saving Diner Landmarks, Bourdain on Tour, Keeneland Burgoo, & more! in the Weekly Miscellany
Food Truck Friday kicks off at the offices of the Lexington Herald-Leader today, Friday, April 10, 11 am – 2 pm.
Are Diners Landmarks Worth Preserving? asks Ashlie Stevens about Louisville’s famous Twig & Leaf: “Based on its menu alone, it’s hard to imagine that the Twig and Leaf was an institution worth preserving; yet this speaks to the increasing difficulty of weaving preservation and progress, especially as mid-century architecture is becoming historic.”
Appalachian Heritage interviews Ronni Lundy about her new book Sorghum’s Savor.
Close to the Bone: Anthony Bourdain goes on tour, but the closest he’s getting to Kentucky is Nashville.
The 12 Best BBQ Spots in Louisville according to Thrillist.
Keeneland’s bread pudding and burgoo stay the same despite new food service arrangement: “They’re sacred cows. You cannot touch them,” said Ed Boutilier, chef and operations director. “People come in year in, year out … and want exactly the same thing.”
Nannie Clay McDowell’s Burgoo Recipe, 1882, from the Henry Clay Memorial Foundation Collections, on display at UK’s M.I. King Library.