While best known for its signature drink offerings such as bourbon, wine, and the famous Kentucky Derby mint julep, the Bluegrass State is also home to a number of innovative food dishes and a hearty culinary heritage including the Kentucky hot brown, Kentucky burgoo, Kentucky BBQ, and of course, Kentucky Fried Chicken. Maybe no other state can lay claim to the extensive amount of flavor-shaping culinary creativity and history as the state of Kentucky. Today that inspiration can be seen in unique dining establishments all over the state. Dine at a horse track and watch morning thoroughbred workouts over eggs. Experience white table cloth restaurants where the surrounding art is as provocative as the entrees are inventive. And find local favorites such as hot browns and Kentucky burgoo in nostalgic cafes along scenic bluegrass routes.
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— Kentucky Cooking Schools —
Kremer’s Market Crescent Springs859-341-1067
The owners and staff here at Kremer’s pride themselves on bringing the highest quality to their customers in each and every product we provide. Kremer’s is hosting cooking classes this winter and spring, so come and join us while we learn to create unique and delicious meals.
Limestone Falls Restaurant Louisville502-426-7477
Join us on the second and third Fridays of every month for our "Lunch Lessons" program. Each month our chefs will demonstrate and serve a 3-course meal that revolves around a particular theme.
The Party Source Bellevue859-291-4007
If you like to get into the action, we recommend our hands-on classes where there is plenty of one-on-one time with our dynamic instructors. You will get up close and personal with our state-of-the-art kitchen and prepare delicious recipes on Wolf ranges using All-Clad™ Cookware, KitchenAid™ mixers, Cuisinart™ food processors and full compliment of knives.
Taste What's Happening!
8/6/2015 - 8/8/2015
Demos of Kentucky folklife traditions, music, clogging, candle making, herbs, baked apple pies and animal demonstrations