July 11, 2012 - 10:40am
Food, Fashion, Fun
Bacon Ball Boasts Fantastic Foods & Fashions
The historic Water Tower alongside the Ohio River set the stage for this fun and fashionable event. Not only was there a fantastic array of bacon-infused foods, the fashion trends were just as varied and interesting. I was surrounded by so many types of good style, it made the Bacon Ball one of the...
March 12, 2012 - 11:45am
Does anyone remember what a fresh, ripe strawberry picked right off the vine SHOULD taste like without all those chemicals?
 
January 10, 2013 - 12:31pm
Dating can be expensive and as fun as a trip to Fiji for a bachelor party, but more times than not the trip is followed with only good story mixed with buyer’s remorse and a shortage of coin. It’s hard enough to find a person who you find attractive and whose company you enjoy and also is willing to give you the benefit of the doubt for a second date.
For the Dating Couples (a.k.a, the “I Mays”):Dating can be expensive and as fun as a trip to Fiji for a bachelor party, but more times than not the trip is followed with only good story mixed with buyer’s remorse and a shortage of coin.  It’s hard enough to find a...
April 29, 2011 - 12:23pm
"I dunno, wherever you like is fine honey,"....An age old answer from girls which is like 'pleading the fifth' when trying to plan a date. You know you're guilty for knowing what you want, but will never admit the truth. From a guy's perspective the decision making is harder than asking the girl out for the first time. This past week for my birthday I turned the tables as my wife struggled on where to go out for dinner. "I just want a great steak and potatoes - ladies choice,". Luckily I have a great gal with a wonderful knowledge of Louisville and Pat's Steak House it was.
 "I dunno, wherever you like is fine honey,...'
July 12, 2010 - 12:31pm
In an exploration of responsible meat eating, I joined the folks at RiverSong Farm in Taylorsville to kill, scald, pluck, and eviscerate my own chicken dinner. If you're interested in sustainable living, so can you!
It's not uncommon for me to roast a chicken for my family. I do it throughout most of the year for dinner and soup. But, today, I'm roasting a chicken that I killed with my own hands. He was the first kill of my life. In an instant fueled with fear, challenge, respect, and a bit of something I've...