Forty- three years ago, GI-turned-GE engineer Winston Shelton designed the machines that continue to fry KFC's chicken. Today, at 90, he's still innovating for the food-service industry.
Longtime Lilly's chef Finbar Kinsella has traded in his fine-dining apron to revamp the kitchen at St. Joseph Children's Home.
I traveled to Cuba in 1998 and, at the tables of several families there, tasted food I still savor: pork marinated in fresh orange juice, cumin and garlic; a simple breakfast of crispy Cuban bread and newly laid eggs purloined from hens cooped outside kitchen windows. Those memories made me wonder whether Marcos Lorenzo and Fernando Martinez would succeed when they opened their Cuban restaurant, Havana Rumba, in St. Matthews in 2004.
With a four-pack of pubs, including Best of Louisville winner Patrick O'Shea's, and praise from even his competitors, Tom O'Shea has more than the luck of the Irish going for him.
It's hard to imagine a place truer to the "neighborhood restaurant" concept than Hammerheads.
When Wild Ginger Sushi Bistro opened just a few doors from Sapporo Japanese Steakhouse in October 2010, some questioned whether that Highlands stretch of Bardstown Road could support another sushi-centered restaurant. So far the answer is undoubtedly yes.
Norton Commons’ Tea Station Chinese Bistro delivers consistency and much more to the neighborhood’s “New Urbanism” picture.
Cheating. Corruption. Sex scandals. Yeah, baby, we’re talking sports in the modern age and the way the media covers athletes.
If you're headed to a Cards game, Main Street's Patrick O'Shea's can be-with the right order-the first yum center you visit.