Come sit at the Kentucky table where food traditions are older than the state, but we’re also on the culinary cutting edge. Feast on farm-to-fork cuisine crafted by world-class chefs with products supplied by Kentucky Proud farmers. Discover Bluegrass specialties from Hot Browns to bourbon balls, and beer cheese to West Kentucky barbecue. Indulge in epic food experiences all around the Commonwealth from gourmet restaurants to hole-in-the-wall diners, where you just might have the best meal of your life. Plan your foodie trip or try a recipe, and pass the burgoo!
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Made in Kentucky
Rebecca Ruth Candy
It’s not the biggest factory in Kentucky, but it’s definitely one of the sweetest! For more than 100 years, this small and unassuming candy shop has been making, selling and shipping its famous “Bourbon Balls” to loyal customers all over the world. We’ll step onto the production line to show you what goes into each and every one of these handmade confections.
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Corbin: Farm to Fork
In Corbin, Graham’s first stop is the birthplace of Colonel Harland Sanders, where he pays homage to the country's favorite fried chicken. Corbin is now a boom town for foodies, thanks to an abundance of local agriculture. Graham explores the bounty of produce at a local farm, then meets sixth-generation farmer Kristen Smith, a leader in both farm and fork, at her restaurant: Wrigley Tap Room & Eatery. Finally, Graham heads to Cumberland Falls to hike off the calories and soak up some Kentucky beauty.
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