July 27, 2012 - 5:26am
Satisfy your sweet tooth with new organic fair trade chocolate bars from your local neighborhood Chocolatier.
Located in the heart of the highlands, Coco’s Chocolate Café is known for their European-style drinking chocolate and chocolate covered bugs. Don’t be turned away by the insects though! Coco’s offers a variety of delicacies including delicious truffles, chocolate fountains, ice...
March 12, 2012 - 10:45am
Does anyone remember what a fresh, ripe strawberry picked right off the vine SHOULD taste like without all those chemicals?
September 7, 2010 - 6:29pm
Put away the Franzia and find a corkscrew. Bristol Bar and Grille and Limestone Restaurant will showcase of top-notch wine and food pairings this month.
My tastes in wine have slowly graduated from box to bottle since I finished my undergraduate studies a few years ago. I'm inching my way through all the white wine varieties, and I still haven't developed a taste for red.
But upcoming events at Bristol Bar and Grille and Limestone Restaurant...
September 6, 2011 - 9:44am
A list of some things to do at the Kentucky State Fair that are fun for people who don't have anything to do with livestock, don't have kids, don't like country music, and generally don't think state fairs are fun.
Between the smell, the heat, and the mullets, some people aren’t County Fair people, and I can totally understand them. The Kentucky State Fair was my first fair because the Ohio State Fair is held in Columbus, and no one I ever knew in Cleveland cared enough to make the two-hour drive...
June 29, 2009 - 6:28am
A more relaxed market that’s – gasp – about the food!
Don’t get me wrong. I heart Bardstown Road Farmer’s Market as much as the next person. But admit it, isn’t it more about being seen with your hand-crafted Ecuadorian re-usable hemp bag than actually buying some food for the week?