Louisville Magazine

JUL 2016

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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88 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 7.16 REVIEW 50-WORD A NAME? WHAT'S IN FOOD FIX FRAME FRIDGE McClain Brown, Jack Fry's executive chef "Butter," Brown says of his refrigerator's contents, "is defnitely a staple." The father of three focuses on "the craft itself" while cooking at home, without the restaurant stress of "ticket time." "I really enjoy grilling on the patio; that way I'm outside and not thinking about work," he says. "One of our favorite things to do is grill sausages with potatoes and onions." Are his kids good eaters? "My two girls — they're four and six — are defnitely very, very picky right now, so just trying to keep them fed is what we do. The other day I made pancakes from scratch and they fipped out about it. I take my time to make biscuits from scratch or make an omelet. I really love cooking breakfast; it's kind of a change of pace from fne dining at work." — Meredith Hargis and Rob Niece Monnik Beer Co. named Hauck's American Pilsner for George Hauck, whose namesake convenience store has been a Germantown/ Schnitzelburg staple for decades. This photo captures Hauck drinking the beer that bears his name on May 29, the day after his 96th birthday. The menu also has a beer named King George. We're not going to argue with you if you say that one's named for Hauck, too. Oh, Hillbilly Tea, how we missed ye. Specifcally: the biscuit with mushroom gravy, poached eggs and sausage. And that burnt-just-so pancake discus. Your old First Street location got lost in the downtown woods. Now? Appalachia — aka "roadkill stew," "stale bread" and "big Earl's hooch" — moves to Main Street. Photo by Mickie Winters

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