October is Vegetarian Awareness Month, which means it is the opportune time to actually do something that mother told you growing up and “eat your vegetables.” In all seriousness though- whether you are prompted to give up your T-rexish eating habits completely, or you choose to just use October to experiment with meatless meals - going veggie has some definite health benefits.
Get inspired about food this Fall with a variety of classes from Foxhollow Farm.
The Cooking with Herbs Workshop at Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing was the perfect way to spend a Sunday - great company, beautiful scenery, and a chance to learn something both useful and fun!
My homemade spaghetti has half the calories that the Spaghetti Factory's spaghetti does.
Travel to Crestwood this Sunday for a two-hour interactive cooking class.
Longtime Lilly's chef Finbar Kinsella has traded in his fine-dining apron to revamp the kitchen at St. Joseph Children's Home.
People tend to have a misconceived reaction at the mention of the word kohlrabi. You may know what it looks like or one way to prepare it, but you also may not know what you're missing.
Canning and preserving class at Foxhollow Farm Saturday.
Among the ways you might "go green" is following this recipe for sauteed red snapper over wilted arugula.
The Rumble at the River, a Seafood Chowder Throwdown will pit some of Louisville's best chefs against one another to find the best chowder in the city. Proceeds from the event, which takes place March 21, will go toward an organization that runs a summer camp for autistic youth.
FOX will visit Louisville to find contestants for the ninth season of the reality show "Hell's Kitchen." Can you stand the heat?
Chef Edward Lee of 610 Magnolia restaurant will compete on an upcoming episode of the Food Network show "Iron Chef America." The show is scheduled to air 10 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 7.