Living life between the barrel staves in Bourbon Country

Fall Farmer’s Market

The chefs from Saul Good Restaurant take on the team from St. Joseph Hospital in an Iron Chef competition inside the 5/3 Bank Farmer's Market Pavilion in Lexington, KY.

With all the food blogs, internet sites and television shows it is almost forgivable for thinking that words are what food is all about. During the run of the World Equestrian Games those words might come in any one of dozens of different languages. Maybe that’s why the Farmer’s Market this past Saturday seemed a little more vibrant, a little more international. The background chatter one hears and usually tunes out was instead focused as strange sounds and intonations reached my ears. So perhaps it’s fitting that this blog post shows, more than tells, what the market looked like.

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