'Tis the season for fresh stuff grown in our own fields. Now, thanks to the mayor's office, we'll see what local chefs can do with it.
It's commonplace for a 3-year old to dig in to a plateful of food using only their hands. As for the rest of us, we tend to use knife and fork (and sometimes chopsticks). Not so at a venerable Louisville Ethopian restaurant where utensils come by request only.
There are many advantages to living in the midwest. Among them is an abundance of locally grown food and easy access to such food. Along with that come the friendly interactions with the people that work the Earth to provide for the rest of us.
With the onset of baseball season, Sluger Field will be crawling with people looking for a good time, but there's always more going on there than baseball. Browning's is open Monday through Saturday, game or no game. Play ball!
Foodtown benefits from a little seasonal innovation, a local flavor, and the results of a chef's collaboration that travelled to the Big Apple. Dean Corbett has been making waves in the Louisville dining scene for some time now and our resident foodie approves!
Westport Village continues to add new tenants and bring more variety to Lyndon and Louisville's east end. Macca's shows up just in time for a busy Lenten season.
One of the world's most renowned chefs has taken the leap and opened his first restaurant in Kentucky at the downtown Kentucky International Convention Center.
When we say food heals, we're not just talking about the warm, fuzzy feeling you get when you pile on the comfort food. Thanks to a local organization, your food could really help heal many!
Food does a body good. And with this food, and these bodies, the 2007 March of Dimes Signature Chefs auction did a LOT of good...to the tune of $215,000!
The Highlands is jam packed with great places to eat, drink, shop, and hang. Now, thanks to a couple of guys with a good idea, Highlands regulars can save some bucks on all that stuff and more with a little piece of plastic.
Porcini’s welcoming attitude is the key to its popularity
Louisville is a pizza town. We love the cheese, we love the sauce, we love the experience. Local entrepreneur Tony Palombino is expanding his company with a new concept under a familiar name. And YOU could win pizza for a year just for showing up!