Kentucky Living Home

Chef's Choice

Acres of apples

By Sarah Fritschner from September 2014 Issue

Acres of apples

Credit: Edis Celik

Apple Sour Cream Pie

Larry and Sherry Ayres bought their 41-acre farm from Sherry's family. Her father had grown up there, high in the hills of Owen County. It was partway between Larry's job…
Read More

More Chef's ChoicesBrowse Articles By Issue

  • Not your supermarket bulb

    Tom Scanlan didn't know more than 17 years ago when he bought his farm on a gravel road in Spencer County that the land would y...

  • Youthful independence

    Fourteen-year-old Bailey Barrett lives on a 100-acre Marshall County farm with her mom, dad, little sister, and quarter horses...

  • Meals, music, and more

    Is Whitesburg's Summit City a lounge or a café? "It kind of has multiple personalities," says Amelia Kirby, who owns it with...

  • Let the grilling begin

    This sweet, tart, and salty marinade is a great way to start off the grilling season.

  • Farmer's casserole

    Busy Calloway County agricultural leader still has time to whip up a meal

  • Farm to fork

    Laurentia Torrealba grew up on a family cattle and sheep farm in South Africa, and came to the University of Kentucky for a mas...

  • Neighborhood inspiration

    Midtown Market is a little bit of local food, some natural and organic produce and groceries, specialty cheeses, ethnic ingredi...

  • What the doctor ordered

    Burkesville native converts pharmacy into café serving fresh food

  • Bluebird food sings

    Small-town cafe is perfect fit for chef who serves up farm-fresh food

  • Flour power

    Blue ribbon biscuit-making tips from a familiar name

  • Show us your beef

    Contest winners Beef It Up with relish...slow cooking, and ethnic recipes

  • Sticking with sorghum

    Southern tradition still going strong and sweet

  • Growing ginger

    Alison Wiediger, and husband, Paul, farm on 84 acres called Au Naturel Farm in Edmonson County and are members of Warren RECC....

  • Comfort soup

    Slow cooked and easy—vegetables and beef

  • Garden fresh pizza

    Create your favorite personal pizza—with anything-goes toppings