From Danville, Kentucky’s Smokin’ Grill started in 1973 at a family Fourth of July picnic and barbecue. Over a period of 10 years, the cookouts went from family events to a growing hobby that blossomed into a business. “We DID want a tasty sauce, smooth and pleasant so an individual wouldn’t tire of it. Addictive … Read More.
Jerome and his family have operated Casey County’s only certified organic farm since 1975. He has sold his produce—and coordinated produce from other local growers—at Good Foods Co-op for many years, and has written two popular books on organic farming.
From Lexington, Michael and Annabelle started homesteading to learn how to feed themselves. After sharing their eggs with others, the kids decided to create their own business. With Evermore Farm less than 15 miles away from the Co-op, Michael and Annabelle are able to deliver fresh eggs that are sometimes laid the same day. They … Read More.
You probably already know of Laura. She’s the same Laura who founded Laura’s Lean Beef. Now she’s offering something more fun, Laura’s Hemp Chocolates, made with Kentucky hemp, some of it right from her farm near Winchester. Hemp has immense nutritional and health benefits that are boosted further with dark chocolate. Laura says they’re “good … Read More.
From Louisville, Shuckman’s Fish Co. & Smokery Inc. was founded in 1919. For over 100 years they have taken great pride in the high quality of the products they offer, and they prepare their gourmet smoked fish and caviar to the level of quality their customers have come to expect. www.kysmokedfish.com
From Robertson County, Turtleback Ridge is a family farm business run by Susan, Kevin and Keegan McGee. Their goal is to produce foods in a manner that not only allows them to enjoy it, but also encourages other people in their area to enjoy the foods as well. They believe that a local food economy … Read More.
From Harrodsburg, Sassa Bella believes that 100% natural products and ingredients are of the utmost importance to our health and the health of the environment. All their products are lovingly made by hand without synthetic preservatives, petroleum products, parabens, silicones, artificial fragrances, formaldehyde or GMOs. sassabella.com
From Forkland, Rolling Fork Organic Farm uses organic pasture to raise heritage breed pork and beef, which are prized for their juiciness, flavor and tenderness. The animals are moved to fresh pasture regularly and enjoy a diet free of hormones, antibiotics and GMOs. Rolling Fork Farm also grows a variety of fresh, local, certified-organic vegetables … Read More.
Kenny and Jared of Austin, Ky. know that the quality of their cheese is only as good as their milk and the quality of their milk is dependent upon healthy animals. Their herd is a closed herd and has been for several years which means they have total control over the breeding process and raise … Read More.
Country Boy Brewing was founded in February 2012 in Lexington by four Kentucky boys with a passion for unique craft brews. Country Boy brews fresh, minimally-processed beers using the finest ingredients. They source local fruits, vegetables and hops whenever they’re available. www.countryboybrewing.com