For the 5th year, Kentucky is putting its food products on display. Culinary exhibits from famous chefs, such as Jamie and Bobby Deen this year, is only one of the reasons food lovers attend each year. The Marketplace features booths from over 100 of producers of Kentucky Proud products, putting their foods on display, answering questions, and giving samples.
On Saturday, October 26, from 9 am to 5 pm, food lovers will be able to enjoy strolling through the aisles and stopping by to taste and savor what Kentucky farmers and Kentucky’s specialty food producers have to offer. From food products such as Browning’s Hams, Kenny’s Farmhouse Cheese, or Grandma Carolyn’s Ketchup to Appalachian Mtn Crafts or Salt of the Earth, the food products and the artisan items will appeal to visitors. Joseph-Beth Booksellers will provide visitors to the show a chance to purchase books related to food and Kentucky. A special aisle is devoted to Kentucky wineries, with many of the states wineries offering samples and selling their wines to those over 21.
I’ve attended the show for years and have enjoyed each visit. My husband and I find products each year that keep us looking forward to next year and keep us coming back. I do recommend not stopping for breakfast before the show. You will want to try the many samples of the products. Hope to see you there.
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