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A twist on a traditional recipe from the kitchen of Wild Thyme Cooking School and Chef Allison Davis more

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During the holiday season, it’s important to be cognizant of special dietary restrictions of people with whom we’ll be sharing home-cooked meals. With November being “World Vegan Month,” we thought it would be a good time to highlight a vegan dish. more

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Blending fall-forward flavors of bourbon, rum and ruby port, this classic Waldorf Astoria cocktail was originally created for James R. Keene – English immigrant, financier and one-time owner of Castleton Farm in Lexington more

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Summertime is the best time to cool off and relax outdoors with friends, cold adult beverage in hand. This summer, if you are looking to impress your guests and up your frozen drink game... more

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During summertime, the South shines for the bounty of seasonal vegetables available at our fingertips, from the home garden to the farmers’ market to the grocery store.Take a... more

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This recipe by chef Claudia Hatfield of the Trustees’ Table at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill comes to us via the cook book “A Taste of Kentucky: Favorite Recipes from the Bluegrass... more

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While rum cocktails can easily venture into “too sweet” territory, the use of barrel-aged “anejo” rum – blended with a bit of mezcal – helps keep the sweetnessbalanced in this cocktail created by Table 310 bartender... more

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Recipe by Martine Holzman, Owner of Martine's PastriesMay is a prime month for Kentucky-ripened strawberries, whether you’re picking them at the orchard, eating them straight from the carton or folding them... more

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Springtime in the Bluegrass is the best time of year to be a Kentuckian. Feathered hats, sundresses, bow ties perfectly complement the races – as does a classic julep.Mint juleps are a standard cocktail for May, but there are... more

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Lockbox at 21c chef Jonathan Searle brings back a classic Southern dish and Kentucky entertaining standard with this Country Ham Salad. Dressed with housemade pickles, crackers and mustard,... more

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April is a special time in Kentucky – spring is in the air, Keeneland is in session and the Kentucky Derby is just around the corner. Tailgating and other outdoor social occasions beg... more

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Irish Soda Bread is traditionally served during St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in America; however, this bread should be eaten year round. The preparation is similar to a biscuit rather... more

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At Caldo, we aim for the umami factor with every cup of broth. Umami is a savory flavor that encompasses sweet, salty, sour and spicy into one bite, achieved by the precise combination... more

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February is one of the sweetest months of the year – not only does it have the romance of Valentine’s Day, but it’s National Chocolate Month as well. Celebrate both with this decadent... more

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By Mark Richardson, Executive Chef at Dudley's on ShortTaking something classic and simple and making it beautiful, fun and exciting is my favorite way to cook.... more

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Tis the season for punch and cookies! Somewhere along the way, Christmas punch lost its way and fell out of popularity, but this year, punch is back and hotter than ever. Small-batch... more

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“I was inspired to cook by my mom, Pam Sexton. Many folks love trying out new dishes on Thanksgiving Day. For me, re-creating her recipes each year is a way for me to still be with... more

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Fall in the Bluegrass ushers in a bounty of harvested flavors, and recipes tend to take a heartier spin. Parcel out some apples from a bushel picked fresh from a local orchard in this crowd-pleasing fall flapjack stack. Infuse warmth... more

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October always ushers in an electric time in Lexington, with Keeneland’s Fall Meet, tailgating and the general changing of the seasons. This year, as Lexington prepares to host the... more

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