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Making Bao with Marcia at Crane House

Make Bao (Chinese pork BBQ buns) and Chinese soup with Marcia Liu at Crane House. Samples and recipes are included. You’ll learn to roll, fill, and shape the bao. Then we will steam them, after which, (the best part!) you’ll have a chance to taste your creation!

In order to provide the best instructional experience possible, space is limited. The event sold out last time, so sign up now to make sure you don’t miss this one! Sign up now on the Crane House Facebook Event Page.

Taste of Independents!

2019 Taste of Independents</strong> Sunday, July 14, 2019, 1-4 p.m.Join APRON Inc. on Sunday afternoon, July 14, for Taste of Independents, its annual Louisville tasting event. This is a wonderful way to spend a lazy summer Sunday afternoon; enjoying tastings from over 30 independent restaurants and vendors, bidding on a silent auction, and enjoying the smooth jazz of the Robbie Bartlett Duo.

All proceeds go to support APRON Inc, serving independent restaurant employees since 2011.

Tickets are $50 and may be acquired online at this link.

For more details, see the Taste of Independents Facebook page

2019 Taste of Independents
Sunday, July 14, 2019, 1-4 p.m.
The Olmsted at The Masonic Home, 3701 Frankfort Ave.

The mission of APRON Inc is to provide temporary, limited financial relief to professional food and beverage industry workers in the Louisville, KY metro area who work at locally owned establishments and who are experiencing financial distress due to illness, injury or other issues. Go to the APRON Inc Facebook Page.

LIBA Buy Local Fair Part 2 is June 8!

BuyLocal2LIBA Buy Local Fair Part 2.0
Saturday, June 8 4-7 p.m.
Louisville Slugger Field, Hall of Fame, 401 E. Main St.

Louisville City FC game to follow at 7pm, $15 tickets will be available from LIBA.

Plenty of street parking available, or Slugger’s lot ($10 after 5 p.m.)

Many of you know that our original Buy Local Fair (May 19), was cut short by high winds and sporadic rain. (Sincere thanks and appreciation for all of our members, volunteers and patrons who made it out that day!) After numerous conversations with the National Weather Service, we were hopeful the weather would pass us by, but alas! Mother Nature had other plans and we closed halfway through. Now we have unfinished business, and we want to make good!

Join us for a 3 hour event featuring what everyone comes for at the Fair: LOCAL BUSINESSES! We’ll be indoors this time in the Hall of Fame at Slugger Field.

* SHOP with a variety of local businesses – from handmade jewelry to furniture to clothing and much more.
* Visit our SILENT AUCTION to check out over 130 amazing products from our local businesses. (New – see items and start bidding NOW! Need not be present to win.)
* We also have TICKETS available for the Louisville City FC vs. Loudoun United FC soccer game that follows at 7pm. Just $15 per ticket, purchase here! (Usual walk up rate is $21.)
#BuyLocalFair #BuyLocalAuction

Comfy Cow exiting commissary biz, outsourcing production

“Some of our recent hiccups coupled with the recent limited recall though has caused us to reconsider our commissary strategy,” Comfy Cow co-owner Tim Koons-McGee tells us, referring to persistent product shortages that caused consumer irritation followed by a more recent recall of some contaminated product from the grocery-store supply. Continue reading Comfy Cow exiting commissary biz, outsourcing production

Comfy Cow bouncing back with new flavors

We’ve been hearing complaints lately – more in sorrow than in anger – that Comfy Cow’s popular shops have been down to just a few basic flavors. A couple of weeks ago, co-owner Tim Koons-McGee apologized to the shop’s fans, saying that the bad luck of a broken ice-cream machine and a replacement part that was hard to replace coincided with warmer weather and their grocery retail business ramping up. Continue reading Comfy Cow bouncing back with new flavors

Red Hog looks good

Two ficelle sandwiches at Red Hog.
Two ficelle sandwiches at Red Hog. Notice the empty space?
We checked out Red Hog for the first time today, and it looks like a winner, with locally produced meats good enough to turn a vegetarian into a carnivore … almost. The $8 sandwich featured city ham, house salami, Swiss, arugula, roasted tomatoes and mayo on a Blue Dog ficelle loaf. Good, but next time, we’ll just buy some meat, cheese and bread and take it home.

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