When you’re craving a decidedly Southern dessert, enjoy this elevated version of a timeless treat.
Louisville Food & Dining
Louisville is known for fabulous restaurants. When you’re wondering where to eat, start with StyleBlueprint. But fair warning, these recommendations will make you hungry! From dives, to bars, to fine dining and romantic dates, to all types of food in Louisville, we highlight the best of Louisville’s locally owned restaurants as you expect nothing less. Check out the SB Guide for a listing of Louisville’s best local restaurants, categorized by neighborhood, and download the FREE SB App, to have it all at your fingertips, HERE.
Ivory Cotton Bar is changing the way you think about cotton candy. Get to know this imaginative company and the woman behind it all. Image: Teneal Ivery
Fried catfish is delicious, but fried food can be unhealthy and heavy. After many experiments, we’ve figured out our favorite way to prepare a healthier version: air fryer catfish.
Don’t you love a good broccoli recipe? This one, with craisins and pecans, will have you so very happy.
The food hall is having a(nother) moment, and it could be a silver lining for many food lovers affected by last year’s shutdowns—both the eaters and the chefs. Discover these three must-visit Southern food halls, and get a heads up on a few more opening soon. Image: Camp North End
Support local restaurants as you safely dine outdoors. Here are 10+ heated patios in Louisville where you can enjoy your favorite dishes this winter.
Make any springtime luncheon special by dressing up your table, starting with shades of pink. Glean some tablescape inspiration from Mary Huddleston of Mrs. Southern Social.
Chocolate’s on our minds, and we want to introduce you to nine of the South’s coolest chocolate artisans. Ship some to loved ones and make their day. Or maybe the next round of zoom meetups could be to taste-test chocolate with friends? We’d be all for that!
It started as a pandemic distraction, but Karen Freidt’s artistic pie-making endeavor has gone viral. Learn how the whole thing got started — and what this pie artist has in store in the year ahead.
This vegan “queso” is made with cauliflower. It’s so dang tasty that carnivores will love it, too. But it’s sooo much more than just a dip!