My Old Kentucky Homemade: Kern's Kitchen and Derby-Pie
Updated May 13, 2019
Handcrafted for more than 60 years in Louisville, Kern’s Derby-Pie® chocolate nut pie is a true – and truly delicious – Kentucky tradition. Leaudra and Walter Kern, along with their son George, created the very first Derby-Pie® in 1954 at the Melrose Inn, which was located in Prospect, Kentucky. To this day, Kern’s Kitchen still crafts each pie, one at a time, according to that legendary secret recipe.View full post
Made In Kentucky: Best Products from the Bluegrass State
Updated Mar 9, 2019
While Kentucky is famous for being the home of most bourbon distilleries and tours, the Bluegrass State also offers many other products that feature the unique character and flavor of Kentucky! Everything from candy and chocolate to racehorse liniment, soaps, furniture, unique stoneware and far more, producers in the state of Kentucky create a wide variety of high-quality products that are coveted around the world.View full post
M.A. Hadley Pottery: Internationally Known and Made in Louisville!
Updated Oct 8, 2018
In today’s fast paced age of innovation and technology, it's refreshing to know that one of the nation’s many treasures of history and tradition is right here in Louisville! M. A. Hadley Pottery is still making pottery the old-fashioned way…hand made! The exact same way they were doing it in 1940! From start to finish, every single step of the manufacturing process is done by hand.View full post
Discover Seng Jewelers in Downtown Louisville, KY
Updated Aug 3, 2018
Louisville is Now Cutting Diamonds!
For more than a century, Seng Jewelers in Louisville, KY, has offered the finest quality jewlery in a warm and friendly setting. Founded in 1889 by the Seng Family, the establishment was purchased by Benn B. Davis in 1938. Today Seng Jewelers remains in the Davis family, now in its third generation, currently owned by Lee and Scott Davis.
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Doing Derby In Style at Rodes
Updated Mar 12, 2018
As you know by now, the Kentucky Derby is much more than just a two-minute Thoroughbred race! It is a significant cultural event that brings fans from all over the world and from all walks of life. Race day is also a time for men and women to show off the hottest spring styles and latest spin on traditional Derby attire, and there's no better place to find great styles for the Kentucky Derby than Rodes For Him | For Her in Louisville!View full post