Starvin’ Marvin’s menu offers "home-style meals prepared from scratch form their kitchen all day long" and that "you’ll find everything you love about country cooking plus a few that might surprise you". And they absolutely put their money where my appetite used to be. Whether it’s old favorites like biscuits & gravy for breakfast, soup & sandwich combo for lunch to meatloaf, country ham and plenty of country vegetables for dinner, you will never go hungry at Starvin’ Marvin’s Country Kitchen, and like me, you’ll definitely be going back for seconds.
Have you ever had that perfect dining experience? The food may be only a part of it. But it’s a magic, often romantic moment when atmosphere, company, mood, cuisine and maybe just plain luck combine to make a lasting memory. Here, our writers share a few of their own. Consider it an appetizer for Valentine’s Day.
On December 1st, local celebrity and Louisville.com writer George Lindsey interviewed Paula Deen on air to discuss her Saturday, December 3rd show at the Horseshoe Casino titled “A Holiday Evening with Paula Deen”. George is a lucky guy and his article can be read on this site, but he didn’t get to spend an evening with The Lady Deen…I did*.
Presented by Brown-Forman, you may dine out at a participating restaurant and 25% or more of your bill will be donated to House of Ruth for the support of Glade House. I particularly love the array of participating venues and am going to try and fit at least one lunch and two dinners in today because frankly I sleep better knowing I did a good thing locally on a full belly.
With contemporary restaurants focusing on comfort food, unhurried meals and mastering one simple ingredient, it's surprising that Louisville's culinary press has neglected one area eatery where all three trends intersect: the Paula Deen Buffet in Southern Indiana's Horseshoe Casino.
Gordon Food Service (GFS) saves more than $50,000 worth of food from spoilage at Sullivan University during the power outage following the August 13th storm which threatened culinary school's food supplies. GFS should now stand for "Good For Sullivan".
Don't be alarmed if your neighborhood Java Brewing Co. has a new name.
This St. Matthews Farmers' Market crepe stand will host guest chefs throughout the summer.
Food trucks are parking across greater Louisville and offering a new alternative to fast food. Here are some ways to follow them online.
The popular farmers' market returns May 14 and will continue weekly through October 8.
Derby, Drinks, and a gala night with parties at The Mint Jubilee and Playboy with friends, bands and my wife. No way of topping my night before The Kentucky Derby... at least until next year.
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