Tasting Kentucky
Favorite Recipes from the Bluegrass State

by Maggie Green

photography by Sarah Jane Sanders

foreword by Ouita Michel

published by Farcountry Press

  • Tasting Kentucky: Favorite Recipes from the Bluegrass State showcases Kentucky's exuberant cuisine, from classic barbecue, Hot Browns, and catfish with beer cheese grits, to innovative fusions of regional and global flavors. Mouth-watering photographs complement 102 recipes both simple and sumptuous from the finest restaurants, inns, cafés, and bed-and-breakfasts across the state.

    For a fresh take on fabulous food, sample these irresistible dishes from the Bluegrass State:

    • Buttermilk Pancakes with Bourbon-Vanilla Whipped Butter
    • Goetta (Hogs n' Oats Sausage)
    • Chorizo-Cheddar Corn Fritters with Cilantro-Jalapeño Aioli
    • Zesty Cheese Straws
    • Jack's Lounge Mint Julep
    • Butternut Squash with Maple-Bacon Butter
    • Orange Hazelnut-Asparagus Salad
    • Keeneland Burgoo
    • Roasted Cauliflower and Pecan Soup with Mint Oil
    • Benedictine, Bacon, and Fried Green Tomato Sandwich
    • Grilled Lamb Burgers with Mint Burger Sauce
    • Fried Chicken with Hickory Drizzle
    • Pork Roast with Sorghum Rub
    • Chocolate Tart with Bourbon Praline Topping
    • Jackson's Orchard Apple Strudel
    • Marbled Bourbon Pound Cake



176 pages, 8 1/2" x 10", 150 color photos, index, appendix, 16 hardcovers per case

hardcover
ISBN 10: 1560376538
ISBN 13: 781560376538
$29.95


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Tasting Kentucky
Favorite Recipes from the Bluegrass State

"I left the Bluegrass State a quarter century ago, but my appetite for its distinctive dishes and flavors has never wavered. The particular grace of Maggie's book is that the recipes—from burgoo and bourbon slush to hot brown and beer cheese—are so unmistakably Kentucky that just reading them is like taking a trip back home. Eating them is even better."
-Kat Kinsman, Editor at Large, Tasting Table

"This lush volume of recipes proves that Kentucky cuisine is more than just grits and juleps. A new generation of farmers and chefs are paving a path of delicious new traditions that will redefine what we eat for a long long time."
-Chef Edward Lee, 610 Magnolia

"A brilliant collection of the best flavors and traditions Kentucky has to offer. Not simply old-fashioned family favorites, but modern classics from the chefs and restaurants that have revitalized the Bluegrass. These are the comfort foods I crave when I'm abroad, and the local gems I show off whenever company comes to call. The recipes are warm and inviting, with photography to show each dish as it was meant to be: on your table."
-Stella Parks, Pastry Chef & Author, bravetart.com

"Nowhere in America has a stronger combination of kitchen tradition and contemporary cuisine than does Kentucky. Maggie Green left no stone unturned in securing the recipes that prove it. With Tasting Kentucky, Maggie Green and Sarah Jane Sanders have cooked up an instant classic."
-Alan Cornett, Eat Kentucky





Maggie Green align= Registered dietitian, cookbook author, and culinary nutrition consultant, Maggie Green is the owner of The Green Apron Company. She develops recipes, creates customized culinary nutrition content, and provides editorial oversight for clients and their print and web publications. Maggie is the author of The Kentucky Fresh Cookbook (University Press of Kentucky, 2011) and the editor of several well-known trade cookbooks including the 75th Anniversary edition of The Joy of Cooking and BakeWise by Shirley Corriher. A graduate of the University of Kentucky with a B.S. in Dietetics and of Sullivan University’s National Center for Hospitality Studies with a degree in Culinary Arts Management, Maggie is a proud Kentuckian, born and raised in the Bluegrass State. She resides in Ft. Wright with her husband, their three children, and a shaggy dog also named Maggie.


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