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Better in the Bluegrass



Story and photography by Magen Estep

Kentucky is full of creative and talented chefs who love sharing the state’s rich culinary history by preserving age-old recipes and offering modern takes on the classics. Better in the Bluegrass will take you on a trail across the Commonwealth where you can meet local chefs and learn more about the history of recipes from each of the nine regions. For more information on this exciting tour of Kentucky’s food traditions, visit betterinthebluegrass.com

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