Rockin’ RAMP Benefit for Appalachia


Please join Whole Foods Market for the Rockin’ RAMP Benefit for Appalachia!

Saturday December 10, 7:30pm

The Green Building
732 East Market Street
Louisville, KY

$35 suggested donation – Cocktail Attire

Hosted by WHAS-aa’s Claudia Coffey

Mixology courtesy of Maker’s Mark & Woodford Reserve
Kentucky Inspired Menu brought to you by Whole Foods Market and Brown Forman
Executuve Chef and Slow Food USA Regional Governor Mark Williams

Live Bluegrass with Maiden Radio

Wine Tasting Challenge, Auction Items and much more!


Oysters shucked to order with Lover’s Leap Cynthiana Mignonette, Tabasco and Horseradish
Chucken and Dumplings, Collard Greens, Country Ham, Ricotta Gnocchi, Maker’s Mark Bourbon Browned Butter
Pimento Cheese Fritters with Sour Cream and Pepper Jelly
Buttermilk Fried Chicken in a Lemon Rosemary Waffle Cone with Spicy Maple Aioli
Seared Scallops with Bacon Jam
Shrimp and Grits
Cheese and Cold Item Displays
Sarsaparilla Floats

Proceeds from this event will benefit the Rockin’ Appalachian Mom Project (RAMP) and its Martin County Kentucky programs: The Community Co-Operative Bus, School Backpack Snack program, the Homecoming Food Pantry, Microloans for Martin County entrepreneurs, Community & School Gardens, “Healthy Kentucky Kids” and more!

Please RSVP at or by calling 502-899-9597

Louisville Collegiate School Presents Heathy Bytes

green beans

Louisville Collegiate School’s Healthy Bytes series includes video cooking demonstrations, menus, and nutrition facts by Collegiate’s chef, Rachael Reigelman. The video series teaches the Collegiate Community how to make easy and healthy meals at home.

Check out the videos here…

Green B.E.A.N. Delivery Donates 6,872 lbs of carrots and potatoes to Dare to Care


Green B.E.A.N. Delivery donated 2 lbs of fresh produce for each pledge through the NPR fund drive and for the Metro United Way’s fund drive. In total they donated 6,872 pounds of carrots and potatoes to Dare to Care Food Bank on Friday, November 18th, just in time for the holidays! Way to go Green B.E.A.N!

Slow Food Potluck – November 10th

Slow Food Potluck invite

Hope to see you at the upcoming Slow Food Bluegrass Potluck!



Bleugrass Chevre Dairy Farm Tour and $5 Challenge Supper – Oct. 23

Bleugrass chevre

Join Slow Food Bluegrass members Susan Miller and Elaine Shay on a goat dairy (including goat hugs!) and cheese plant tour with “$5 Challenge Supper”… Kentucky Burgoo with meats and vegetables from Lexington Farmers’ Market, local artisan breads, pumpkin and apple sorbetto from Bleugrass Sorbet for dessert. Vegetarian option available.

When: Sunday, October 23, 4-6pm

Where: Miller Trust Farm and Bleugrass Chevre Dairy and Cheese Plant, 1175 Grimes Mill Rd., Lexington.

Cost: $5 for adults, $3 for children 10 and under.

Reservations necessary. Email or phone 859.421.6983 for reservations, information, and directions.

Profits benefit Slow Food Bluegrass.