Fried pies for Pi Day! Sheila Burd from Horse Cave, #KY demonstrating how to make fried pies from our narrative stage at last year's Horse Cave Heritage Festival. Burd told us a story about selling fried pies to pay for her daughter's wedding dress: "I got up every morning at about 4:30 – and I … Continue reading From the Archives: Fried pies for Pi Day!
On our plates: eating falafel today at A Taste of Europe in downtown Bowling Green, Kentucky, a Greek-inspired restaurant owned by Izet Varajic and Sefika Varajic, both originally from Bosnia.
From the archives: Senida Husic and her family cooking up a pot of kupus in their Bowling Green, KY home. Husic described: "The part of [Bosnia] where my family is from, the stew is called 'kupus' which is essentially just 'cabbage'. There are different variations of how it's made, family to family, but mostly it's … Continue reading From the Archives: Kupus
We have officially completed four weeks of the Community Scholars training in Allen County! The 12 soon-to-be Community Scholars have been hard at work interviewing family and community members and developing projects. Since the program's kick-off in August, Mark Brown of Kentucky Arts Council and the staff of the Kentucky Folklife Program have been meeting … Continue reading Community Scholars underway in Allen County