Mincemeat Pie, Too Many Cranberries, Taco Punk is Back and More! in the Weekly Miscellany
Carrie Wambier of Midway School Bakery has resurrected mincemeat pie for the Christmas season.
The 2014 Windy Corner Holiday Bazaar in Lexington is tomorrow, Saturday, December 6, from 11 AM – 5 PM.
Joseph-Beth Booksellers in Lexington is hosting Holiday Food With Kentucky Authors on Tuesday, December 9, 7 PM. Rona Roberts (Classic Kentucky Meals), Fiona Young-Brown (A Culinary History of Kentucky), Steve Coomes (Country Ham), and Keven Gibson (Louisville Beer) will discuss and sign their books. And there will be food samples.
Hazard and Barbourville are among eight Appalachian cities to receive Local Food, Local Places grants.
Chef Arpi Lengyel is leaving Louisville’s Hillbilly Tea to start a Hungarian restaurant named Gypsy.
Taco Punk, the controversial NuLu restaurant that closed its doors earlier this fall, has reappeared across the river at Bank Street Brewhouse. [Read my earlier review and farewell.]
You, too, can vote in the 2015 James Beard Foundation Restaurant and Chef Awards.
The Southern Foodways Alliance has commissioned an oratorio to honor Booker T. Wright, a Greenwood, Mississippi waiter who spoke out against racism in a 1965 NBC Documentary.
There are too many cranberries. (Fresh cranberries at Lexington’s Good Food’s Co-op pictured below.)