Made In Kentucky is a collection of food and beverage that captures the essence of our cuisine and what it means to be from Kentucky!
For a Kentucky boy, visiting Happy Hollow and Bill Samuels, Jr. is like going to fantasy camp to play catch with Babe Ruth and Whitey Ford, Yogi Berra and Derek Jeter.
Standing prime rib roast, the world’s best mashed potatoes, roasted green beans and pecan pie make this a Christmas Menu to celebrate.
This is our Thanksgiving Menu, but first let’s talk about food insecurity. It’s a problem everywhere and not only during the holidays.
A surprise connection to cousin Marjorie Mattingly Samuels draws me closer to the iconic bourbon, Maker’s Mark
Arkansas Originals is food and drink woven into our culinary fabric and sharing it with friends and family is the way we celebrate life!
Traversing the margarita trail is an eye-opening experience. We chased the rainbow from sunup to sundown until we reached trail’s end.
A steakhouse holds a special place in my heart, and like a lion on the African savannah, we carnivores enjoy nothing more than a big juicy steak.
Cure the mid-winter blues with a vieux carre and a french creole menu. With favorites from each of NOLA’s grand dames, it can’t be beat.
The Monkey Bar is one of those places that I must visit while in New York. It is still the quintessential piano bar with beautiful artwork and fine cocktails.
Our group dinner is a transparent excuse for eating and drinking while sharing tall tales. As host I chose a menu based upon less popular cuts of meat referred to as offal.
I wanted to hear Eduardo Garcia’s rags to riches story, from working illegally in a shadow economy to internationally acclaimed chef and restaurateur, so we decided to visit him in Mexico City.