For today’s sneak peek of Cured South, one of our new oral history projects, we dive (pun definitely intended) into fish. Trout. Salmon. Whitefish. Cold smoked. Hot smoked. Caviar. American caviar. Better yet, Kentucky Spoonfish Caviar. When Lewis first pitched Kentucky Spoonfish Caviar to chefs in his native Louisville, here are a couple ways he … Continued
The Appalachian Stack Cake is far and away the dessert most associated with Kentucky’s mountain region, and is perhaps one of the most rustic confections still eaten today.
Bill Best, you had me at tomato sandwiches.
All week we’ve celebrated the Barroom Culture of Louisville, Kentucky. In this week’s OKRACAST meet Bill Tinker, longtime patron of Check’s Cafe in Louisville’s Germantown neighborhood. In 1935, just after Prohibition came to an end, Check Sumpter opened up a tavern in Louisville’s Germantown neighborhood and called it Check’s Café. After nine years in business, … Continued
In honor of this week’s featured oral histories from our Louisville Barroom Culture project, I wanted to showcase some Kentucky products and events that would make excellent Valentine’s Day gifts next week, or really, any time of the year. For those who like their whiskey coated in chocolate, there’s bourbon-infused truffles from Louisville-based Art Eatables. … Continued
This week, we’re featuring oral histories from our Louisville Barroom Culture project. Today, meet Joy Perrine, who’s been mixing up cocktails at Jack’s Lounge and the Equus Restaurant for decades.
This week we’re featuring oral histories from the bars, taverns, and private clubs of Louisville, Kentucky. Today, meet the bartenders and regulars of Check’s Cafe, a landmark in the Germantown neighborhood.
Follow along with us this week as we share the stories from behind the bar in Louisville, Kentucky.
We’re pleased to share our latest Greenhouse film with you. “Jot ‘Em Down,” by filmmakers Tyler Keith and Camilla Ann Aikin, is a snapshot of horse-racing culture in Lexington, Kentucky.