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In Our February/March 2017 Issue

By Edible Louisville / Photography By Carole Topalian | Last Updated May 31, 2017
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Spring is in the air in Louisville and the Bluegrass region.

Food for Thought: Feb-Mar 2017

We’re Subsidizing an Unhealthy Nation By Chris Valentine In January the United States Department of Agriculture released the results of a...

Tidbits: Feb-Mar 2017

Edible Tidbits from around Louisville and the Bluegrass region.

Make Valentine's Day Special

Find a special way to celebrate Valentine's Day in Louisville and the Bluegrass Region

Sweets for Your Sweet... Or Yourself!

For perfect Valentine’s Day store-bought chocolates, you have plenty of divine choices

Seasonal Sip: A Milkshake for Grownups

Coffee Liqueur adds a lively kick.

Recipe Box: Feb-Mar 2017

More great seasonal recipes from our fellow publishers

Edible Schoolyard: Roots Growing Deeper, Stronger

Schoolyard Roots
You can support The Food Literacy Project  at their Field-to-Fork Dinner & Auction,  Sept. 15, Thurs. 5:30–9pm. As my dive...

In The Garden: Cool idea helps garden survive frosty nights

Garden
As fall transitions into winter we never really know what’s in store for the garden. Sure, the eventual outcome will be freezing...

Edible Browsing: Feb-Mar, 2017

Selections from our sister Edible Publications

Edible Read: How Sweet It Isn't

My first reaction to seeing this newly published book at Carmichael’s Bookstore was “Dear God, Please do not let my wife read this book.”...

Edible Ending: Feb-Mar 2017

Know what's in your food!  

What Can I Bring?

Potlucks offer up easy, cozy dinners this winter.

New Era for Versatile Hemp

A signature Kentucky crop is making a big return on new terms.

Comfort Foods with a History

How one cook joined a long and tasty tradition.

Pumpkin Gingerbread

A pan of fresh homemade gingerbread: pure comfort food. This one is based on an old favorite recipe, with pumpkin purée added and the oil slightly reduced. The result is a rich-tasting cake that...

Parsley and Radish Salad

Invigorating and refreshing, this is an ideal vegetarian winter salad: great handfuls of dark green flat-leaf parsley, sliced radishes and celery for crunch, radicchio for color, salty capers, and a...

Hemp: Something New to Cook With

New cooking ideas with hemp.

Perfect French Toast

A leftover baguette, a few eggs and some milk make for a fantastic morning!

Lemon Dutch Baby

An easy family tradition to begin when your children are small, the Dutch Baby (actually a German pancake) is easy enough for the tiniest of cooks to participate in making. There’s little that can...

Old-Fashioned Winter Minestrone

This comforting vegan winter soup is the quintessential meal in a bowl. Root vegetables, winter squash and kale are cooked quickly, to remain distinct, then added to slowly simmered white beans,...

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