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Royals In Louisville, Workshops Galore, Minton’s Robbed, BBQ Brackets, Louisville Diners & More! In the Weekly Miscellany

Royals In Louisville, Workshops Galore, Minton’s Robbed, BBQ Brackets, Louisville Diners & More! In the Weekly Miscellany


Pasture, Marksbury Farm’s new restaurant, has its grand opening tomorrow, Saturday, March 21, in Lancaster after being postponed from last week.

Centre College’s feature on Pasture:With a focus on fast casual service and an affordable menu, Pasture has been in the works for the past six months and was a natural next step for Marksbury Farm.

Berea Farm Store is hosting two workshops: Hog Butchering and Charcuterie, Saturday, April 11 and Sunday, April 12 (and Facebook event).

Berea Farm Workshops


Beaten Biscuit Workshop with Chef Ouita Michel and Charles Logan will be held at Midway Christian Church on April 11, 2-4 PM. Register by calling the church office between 8:30 AM – noon weekdays at (859) 846-4102. Donations for The Homeplace at Midway are appreciated.

Lexington’s Minton’s at 760 was robbed this week when thieves made off with their food truck generator: “We kind of run on a shoestring budget,” [Minton] said. “And right now, where the food truck’s parked and things like that, we don’t have a lot of money lying around, so it’s really big for us.”

Are you a food snob? Travel & Leisure magazine says you’ll love Louisville.

Barbecue Madness: Garden & Gun invites you to vote in its Ultimate Barbecue Bracket. Vote to make sure Owensboro’s legendary Moonlight Bar-B-Q wins.

Moonlite-Bar-B-Q-Inn - Garden and Gun


Royals: Prince Charles & Camilla are coming to Louisville today

Wendell & Mary Berry welcome Prince Charles: “You will be especially glad, we think, to know of the effort here to establish a regional food economy involving the metropolitan center and the neighboring rural counties.”

The Royals will visit The Food Literacy Project at Oxmoor Farm


Joe & Larry’s Chicken Shack will bring hot chicken to Louisville writes Allison Myers.

Ashlee Clark Thompson’s new book Louisville Diners has just been released from History Press.

UK receives a $2.5 million USDA grant for a center to improve nutrition for poor children in rural areas: “UK faculty and staff will run the USDA Rural Child Poverty Nutrition Center, using the funding to administer and evaluate programs that reduce childhood food insecurity around the country.”

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