Kentucky Pocket Dressing, Kroger Murals, Parking Ticket Amnesty, & Wendell Berry In the Weekly Miscellany
Kentucky “Pocket” Dressing for Thanksgiving? The New York Times presents Lora Smith’s family Thanksgiving tradition.
Kentucky Proud features Laurel County’s Rock Bottom Stables & Soap Company whose products are now carried at Kroger.
Listen to the new WCN! Interview with Dan Pashman of The Sporkful and author of the new book Eat More Better.
Britain’s Sainsbury’s Chocolates already have the Christmas ad of the year:
Three Kentucky artists have been selected to create murals for the new Kroger store on Euclid Drive (near UK’s campus) in Lexington.
NFL Center Jason Brown walked away from millions to become a farmer who feeds the hungry: “My agent, he told me, ‘You’re making the biggest mistake of your life,'” Brown told CBS. “And I looked right back at him and I said, ‘No I am not.'”
Ron Swanson…er, Nick Offerman is thankful for Kentucky’s Wendell Berry: “I am glad to be reminded daily of the dire necessity of the membership I hold in the fellowship of my family and my woodshop and my community.”
And speaking of Wendell Berry, I’m going to steal this week’s #EatKentucky Featured Photo for a snapshot of me and Kentucky’s great author at last weekend’s Kentucky Book Fair in Frankfort. There was much cutting up and laughing by Wendell, my friend David, and me. A good time was had by all.