The Lexington health department has added nine food service establishments to the list of those on probation, including three more convenience stores. Nine restaurants also came off probation last month.
By the end of the 2018-2019 school year, the University of Kentucky will have bought 37,000 pounds of beef, 20,000 pounds of pork and 24,000 pounds of produce from farms all located within 80 miles of Lexington.
The Fayette County health department restaurant inspectors placed three convenience stores, a sushi place, Fayette County’s Learning Center, Dickey’s BBQ Pit, Tandoor Express, Weekly Juicery and more on probation.
Being in the heart of bourbon country, the Herald-Leader is often sent bourbons, whiskeys and other liquors. As part of the Unboxing the Bourbon series, we review some of the new and different things sent our way.