Louisville Magazine

OCT 2014

Louisville Magazine is Louisville's city magazine, covering Louisville people, lifestyles, politics, sports, restaurants, entertainment and homes. Includes a monthly calendar of events.

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LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 10.14 123 Nibbles Sarah Fritschner, 59, is the coordinator of Louisville Farm to Table. She lives in the Highlands. Local restaurant people would be surprised to know you've never eaten at? "Anything pretty new. I actually don't go out to eat much; it's a hangover from my days as food editor of the Courier-Journal." The best place to eat after midnight in Louisville? "Are you kidding? I get up at 5 a.m. to exercise. Are restaurants open after 8:30 p.m.?" Where are you a regular? "Za's Pizza Pub — it's a family thing. We order the 'salt special': pepperoni and green olives with a well-done crust." What Louisville dish have you eaten more than any other? "Broccoli with garlic sauce from Double Dragon on Goss Avenue." What's always in your refrigerator? "Yogurt. Milk for tea. And beer." Favorite snack? "Popcorn. No, wait, that's dinner." A kitchen tool you couldn't live without? "Buying advice always says, 'A knife should feel good in your hand.' I think a knife should feel good in your hand even after you've prepared Thanksgiving dinner for 15. I have a Dexter-Russell with a plastic handle that lies next to my fancy-schmancy knives. It's the one I always reach for." What's never allowed in your kitchen? "No boneless, skinless chicken breast is allowed in my house. Ever. What a freaking pointless piece of meat." Last drink you had? "Great Lakes Edmund Fitzgerald porter." First drink you ever had? "My father used to let me take a sip of his Sterling beer when I was so underage I wasn't in the double-digits yet. I thought it was delicious." Best-bang-for-your-buck bar? "Great Flood Brewing Co." Your biggest drinking pet peeve? "Putting water in bourbon." Favor- ite cheap beer? "I'll have to ask my husband. He's the one who stocks the beer fridge. But he paid $10 for a beer the other day, so I'm not sure he knows anymore."

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