Iconic Restaurants, Kentucky’s Other Bourbon, & a Kind Deed Goes Viral in the Weekly Miscellany
Each State’s Most Iconic Restaurant: I’ve eaten in Alabama’s and Missouri’s, but not Kentucky’s (yet).
Preserving Kentucky’s other Bourbon: Bourbon Red turkeys at Pikeville’s Fort Cluck.
The 2015 Appalachian Writer’s Workshop at the Hindman Settlement School has added a session on food writing taught by Kentucky food writer Ronni Lundy.
Kentucky Crafted: The Market is scheduled for March 6-8.
Word on the street is that Lexington’s Lyles BBQ will open a brick a mortar location this spring. Eat Kentucky is committed to smoking out the details of this story.
A kind deed by Mark Meadows, owner of the Birmingham Chick-Fil-A on HWY 280, has gone viral. During my time in the Birmingham area I ate at this Chick-Fil-A a lot, and you would often see Meadows outside directing the crazy lunchtime traffic himself. From what I had heard about him this doesn’t surprise me. Small kindnesses can go a long way.
#EatKentucky Photo of the Week is of my Cuban sandwich from Dad’s Favorites Deli. Read my earlier review of Dad’s.