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Famous Kentucky Flavors

Cameron M. Ludwick, Blair Thomas Hess

Publisher: Indiana University Press

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“With this fun book, your stomach and imagination take a road trip through some classic and iconic Kentucky foods” with the authors of The State of Bourbon (Maggie Green, author of The Kentucky Fresh Cookbook). There’s nothing worse than pulling off the road for a tasty bite and being confronted with an unappetizing meal instead. Veteran road trippers and Kentucky natives Cameron Ludwick and Blair Thomas Hess are on a mission to help you ditch the dives. They have traveled the state and mapped out the best local foods, festivals, and flavors. From their trek to the Beer Cheese Festival in Winchester to the Hot Brown Hop in Louisville, these gals know the best places to eat and want to take you along for the ride in Famous Kentucky Flavors. Along the way, you’ll visit all the classics and will also be introduced to some more unusual fare, including lamb fries, Benedictine spread, and barbecued mutton. Plan your own lip-smacking road trip from bourbon balls to burgoo with Famous Kentucky Flavors.“Cameron Ludwick and Blair Thomas Hess have provided the perfect primer for the gastronomic wealth of the Commonwealth. Their book is a must read for anyone interested in Kentucky food and beverage tourism.” —Albert W. A. Schmid, author of The Kentucky Bourbon Cookbook

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