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Technology Advice

My wife and I are 70 years old and after spending my career with technology, I understand why others may think it’s easy for me to use new tools and devices. Nevertheless, I am often amazed at how hard people make things, and how much time is wasted in the […]

Asian, Meat

Mongolian Beef

So what is a recipe about Mongolian Beef doing on a Kentucky Taste Today food blog? Well it’s simple. We love Asian food and guess what? The folks in Kentucky do also. After ordering some recent takeout I dug up an old recipe I secured when eating in New York […]

Grilling, Meat

Simple Burger Seasoning

We have used this burger seasoning recipe for years but always thought it was pretty common, until friends recently commented out loud about how good our simple grilled burgers were, and they asked what we seasoned them with. Since it is summer, with the 4th coming up soon, we thought […]


Simple Easy and Perfect Prime Rib

We always found it funny how many folks say they love prime rib, but never seem to make it at home. Young or old, they just don’t do it. Sometimes they think it is complicated. Others think that the meat is so expensive that they just don’t want to screw […]


Vermont Salad Dressing

We had this dressing for the first time many years ago when visiting Vermont on business. It was just a normal business trip until the first plane hit the World Trade Center. Yep, it was that awful day, 9/11. My two traveling partners and I were originally scheduled to meet […]


Kentucky Shrimp Chowder

Everybody loves a good chowder, especially a seafood chowder. Recently on a visit to Shelbyville, Kentucky and Science Hill we came across another interesting old cookbook. It contained a classic chowder recipe, and after some experimentation with ingredients we worked out what we think is a great shrimp chowder recipe. […]


Swedish Meatballs

When we lived in Minnesota, there were two places that offered some of the best Swedish meatballs ever. Sadly, both Aquavit and the Grill Room at Macy’s have been long closed but I was able to secure elements of those recipes before they disappeared.  I took those elements, experimented a […]

cookies, Desserts

Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

I have never been much of a baker but I have always loved oatmeal raisin cookies. So my wife went to watch the grandkids in Wisconsin for a couple weeks and I decided to have enough discipline to attempt baking cookies. (Discipline because you have to be exacting in your […]