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Kentucky Bourbon Trail
By Judith Glynn Hop-on, hop-off or tour the Kentucky Bourbon Trail® in three days. Guides at the distilleries. Learn how bourbon is made. Sip samples. Stop in towns along the way.
Celebrate the Holidays with Kentucky Bourbon Balls
If you have never tasted a Kentucky bourbon ball, it's time you did. There are two ways to accomplish this: Order a box from Rebecca Ruth Candy or make them yourself.
Small Towns Along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail
By Judith Glynn Sampling bourbon is the mainstay of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail® adventure. The bonus is to experience a genteel Kentucky lifestyle, crafts and small-town living.
Bourbon, Yeast and Baker Beam
by Judith Glynn. Jim Beam Distillery is Kentucky's largest producer of bourbon. Sixth-generation and family member Baker Beam was its former Distiller and yeast keeper.
The Kentucky Derby
Every year, on the first Saturday in May, the Kentucky Derby is held at Churchill downs in Louisville, Kentucky.
How to Make Fudge with Coconut Oil
Imagine a perfect world, a world where chocolate fudge is actually good for you. This fudge recipe is so delicious, you'll never know you're eating a healthy treat.
Kentucky Wildcats Football
This is an information page about the Kentucky Wildcats football program, including team history and recent record. It also includes UK football tickets information and links.
Kentucky Derby History: Upset Winners and Unexpected Losers
Favourites don't have a great record in the Kentucky Derby. Usually they do place in the top five, but sometimes they are blown away by a horse no one expected to win.
Northern Dancer's 1964 Kentucky Derby Victory
E.P. Taylor of Oshawa, Ontario, dreamed of winning the Kentucky Derby with a Canadian-bred horse. Northern Dancer, a rank little colt that nobody wanted, was that horse.
Gifts of Food Made by Catholic Monks
A number of monastic orders in the United States help support themselves through sales of jams, jellies, coffee, fudge and fruitcake.
A guide to understanding the different types whisky - from blended to Single Malt
Abraham Lincoln Sites in Springfield, Illinois
Abraham Lincoln was born in Kentucky but moved to Illinois where he spent most of his adult life. Take a virtual tour of the Lincoln sites around Springfield, Illinois.