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.
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.”
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.”