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Kentucky Proud Goes Krogering, Bobby Flay is Gung Ho on Louisville, & the New Featured Photo in the Weekly Miscellany

Kentucky Proud Goes Krogering, Bobby Flay is Gung Ho on Louisville, & the New Featured Photo in the Weekly Miscellany

 

Kroger has added 125 Kentucky Proud products to 88 grocery stores. That’s a pretty big deal.

Lindsey McClave gives us the 10 Best Kentucky Restaurants Outside Louisville at Thrillist.

Chef Ouita Michel will feature dishes from Rona Roberts’s new book Classic Kentucky Meals on November 21 at Midway’s Holly Hill Inn.

On the trail to preserve Appalachia’s bounty of heirloom crops: “Appalachia is the most diverse foodshed in the U.S., Canada and northern Mexico. Among that bounty are 633 distinct varieties of apple and 485 distinct varieties of bean.”

Bobby Flay is “gung ho on Louisville.” He’s four to six weeks away from announcing Louisville restaurant plans.

The New Yorker features editor Ann Marie Gardner and her magazine Modern Farmer. All is not well in the world of beautiful magazine publishing.

A Burlington, NC man has eaten 95 meals in 6 weeks at Olive Garden using his unlimited Pasta Pass.

#EatKentucky Featured Photo: Today is the start of something new in the Weekly Miscellany. Kentucky food is a big topic, and through social media you can see how people from across the Commonwealth Eat Kentucky. My plan is to select a weekly photo from Instagram or Twitter that well illustrates how people Eat Kentucky. Tag your Kentucky food photos with #EatKentucky to make it more likely that I’ll see it.

The first #EatKentucky Featured Photo is from Nikki Bradley (follow her on Instagram) whose mama made a fine looking apple pie as a substitute for a birthday cake. Anytime someone picks pie over cake I’m a supporter. Thanks for the beautiful picture, Nikki, and thanks Nikki’s mama for a beautiful Kentucky pie! (Photo published with permission.)

Featured Photo - Nikki Bradley

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