Copper & Kings’ unique sonic aging technique made national headlines with this story from Vice.com portal Munchies, which was picked up by NPR, Food & Wine, Fox News and AV Club.
Read more: http://munchies.vice.com/articles/this-kentucky-distillery-is-blasting-david-bowie-songs-to-flavor-its-brandy.
When it comes to barbecue towns, TIME magazine looks at Louisville as one of the best including Doc Crow’s Southern Smokehouse & Raw Bar.
Read more: http://time.com/3898636/best-barbecue-american-cities/item/no-12-louisville.
When Glamour asked Taylor Swift her favorite spots to eat around the world, she was sure to mention Nashville’s Etch restaurant.
Read the story: http://www.glamourmagazine.co.uk/celebrity/celebrity-galleries/2015/04/taylor-swift-fast-living/viewgallery/1394432.
National food website Eater.com send restaurant critic Bill Addison to Big Jones in Chicago where he found great Southern food outside of the South.
Read the story: http://www.eater.com/2015/5/27/8654567/big-jones-chicago-restaurant-southern-review.
Chef James Rigato is all about fresh, seasonal and local ingredients at his restaurant,The Root, in White Lake, Mich. But when NPR asked him to share a story for All Things Considered‘s Found Recipes series, Rigato served up something a 16-year-old boy would love.
Listen to the full story: http://www.npr.org/2015/05/29/410386110/this-cajun-chicken-pizza-will-remind-you-of-your-salad-days.
Bon Appetit talked to pastry chef Megan Garrelts of rye about cooking at home.
The Chicago Tribune talked to Big Jones chef Paul Fehribach about pickling for springtime.
The Washington Post featured Campono for a “Plate Lab” recipe story on their meatball subs.
Read it: http://www.washingtonpost.com/pb/recipes/campono-meatball-sub/14469.
Chef James Rigato of The Root won Food & Wine magazine’s online competition for The People’s Best New Chef (Great Lakes Region).
See more: http://www.foodandwine.com/blogs/2015/04/09/meet-peoples-best-new-chef.