July 27, 2012 - 5:32am
Feel good making a purchase when you buy Fair Trade food from Just Creations! Use these organic products to bring international flavors into your home.
Just Creations is a Fair Trade not-for-profit and retail store in Louisville. Their mission is to provide marketing assistance to low-income craftspeople in the developing world. The sale of those products helps to provide a fair wage for the artisans and enables them to pay for food, education,...
March 16, 2012 - 11:02am
Fake duck meat, avocado milkshakes, coconut milk and black eyed pea pudding.
When my Vegan friend Emily offered to take a few girls out to dinner with her tax refund, I silently hoped I would not have to eat tofu, but was psyched to spend a few hours with my friends. When Vietnam Kitchen (at 5339 Mitscher Ave) was chosen as our destination du jour, I was eager to try some...
July 29, 2012 - 7:01pm
Local family owned and operated coffee shop Red Hot Roasters has rare Nicaraguan Elephant Coffee beans available for the holiday season while supplies last in addition to being featured in Marie Claire magazine and a variety of other international publications.
September 30, 2011 - 1:01pm
Sunergos Coffee serves up latte art, actual art, and glorious caffeine with panache and perfection.
Sunergos brews the best cup of coffee in the entire universe.
September 10, 2011 - 11:01pm
The Carnegie Center's fundraiser was in full swing last night as the about 300 benefactors and patrons who bid silently, and some not so silently, enjoyed the delectable delights of Catering by Design and sampled wines from Huber Winery, several other winery and The New Albanian Beer Company. BUSTA Dog was busting some moves to 107.7 WSFR, well that is to say his brats, bison dogs and other delicious "dogs" were moving as people lined up to sample Busta Dogs covered in onions, peppers, potatoes or anything on his list. Check it out on Twitter@bustagrill502(http://www.terrilynnscatering.com/menus/index.jsp(http://www.huberwinery.com)
The Carnegie Center’s Taste of Art and History’s annual fundraising event was spectacular, with over 300 in attendance, and it was a wonderful evening for a drive from Kentucky to Indiana.