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Rooftop Bees, New Bradford’s BBQ, Let Them Eat Steak, Illicit Seed Swaps, Why Buy Local? & More! In the Weekly Miscellany

Rooftop Bees, New Bradford’s BBQ, Let Them Eat Steak, Illicit Seed Swaps, Why Buy Local? & More! In the Weekly Miscellany

 

Madison County Farmers Market celebrates 20 years: “The market, which now sets up three times a week, will celebrate the milestone Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon in the Lowe’s parking lot, 814 Eastern Bypass.”

It’s still time to grab a burger during Lexington Burger Week.

Follow That Food Truck app is now available for Android.

Who eats healthier, foodies or picky eaters? 

Why buy local? eLocal has an infographic to explain it.

Garden & Gun features Louisville’s Muth’s Candies in its Vintage Southern Summer Treats.

Let Them Eat Steak: Louisville’s Brasserie Provence is preparing for an explosive Bastille Day

Gratz Park Inn’s rooftop bees: “Chef Mark Wombles, working with beekeeper Bryan Proffitt, has installed two beehives on the roof, where 60,000 to 120,000 bees are busy manufacturing what could be 5 gallons or more of honey.”

Lexington’s Bradford BBQ’s Zandale location is now open (read my food truck review).

The 10 Best Fried Chicken Places in Kentucky at HerKentucky

The Kentucky Cloth project has a new video about industrial hemp production:

A Seedy Situation: “A Finley farmer traded some green been seeds for pinto bean seeds with an Upper Lake farmer. The two just committed a crime.”

Judging a pie contest is not a piece of cake.

Fazoli’s Restaurants, founded in Lexington in 1989, has been sold to Sun Capital Partners.

Meet the man who ate at 365 barbecue restaurants in a year: “Fugitt wanted answers, so he took matters into his own hands—by dropping everything and road tripping around 48 states to chow down.”

All this rain has brought out the chanterelles. Lora Smith has them at Big Switch Farm (follow on Instagram for cool Big Switch pics) in Jackson County. She points to Wildedible for foraging tips.

Chanterelles Big Switch

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