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The End of Lucie & Louis, the Sauerkraut King, a Capitol Flag, Louisville’s Grape Leaf, Eating Indy, & More! In the Weekly Miscellany

The End of Lucie & Louis, the Sauerkraut King, a Capitol Flag, Louisville’s Grape Leaf, Eating Indy, & More! In the Weekly Miscellany

 

The end of the Lucie and Louis Show at closing of Lexington’s a la lucie: “[Louis Z.] Bickett came to work for her shortly after she opened her restaurant on Limestone in the 1980s at a time when waiters served in starched tuxedo shirts and bow ties.”

Carly Garcia says Eat It Again at Louisville’s The Grape Leaf.

The Fayette Alliance has honored Chef Ouita Michel with its Agricultural Excellence Award. 

Fiona Young-Brown sneaks north of the Ohio  (always a questionable enterprise) and eats her way around Indianapolis.

Is the hot dog a sandwich?

Halloween may be over, but since today is Friday the 13th I present to you The Legend of the Sauerkraut King, a Mind of the Chef video based on research by David Shields.

 

Forget Paleo, the diet you need is Mid-Victorian: “All in all, a reversion to mid-Victorian nutritional values would significantly improve health expectancy today.”

Remember that American flag made out of Kentucky grown hemp? It flew over the United States Capitol on Veterans Day. The Washington Examiner and The Hill also covered the story.

A giant sinkhole swallows over a dozen cars at a Mississippi IHOP.

 

Jeremy at Bluegrass Bakery holds a Maitake mushroom, known as hen-of-the-woods or sheep’s head around these parts.

hen of the woods

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