Louisville Magazine

JUL 2018

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LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 7.18 53 VETERINARY PRACTICE 1. Doerr Animal Clinic 2. Shively Animal Clinic 3. St. Matthews Animal Clinic GROCERY STORE (SPECIFIC LOCATION) 1. Trader Joe's 2. Whole Foods 3. Kroger-Hubbards/ St. Matthews PLACE TO GET A MASSAGE 1. Z Salon & Spa 2. Massage Envy 3. Apex Massage PLACE TO BUY WOMEN'S CLOTHES 1. Macy's 2. Von Maur 3. Dilllard's PLACE TO BUY MEN'S CLOTHES 1. Dillard's 2. Him Gentleman's Boutique (tied) 2. Rodes (tied) TV ANCHOR-MALE 1. Scott Reynolds, WAVE 2. John Boel, WAVE 3. Sterling Riggs, WDRB TV ANCHOR-FEMALE 1. Dawne Gee, WAVE 2. Candyce Clifft, WDRB 3. Lauren Jones, WAVE Readers' Choice Sneaky Mom Trick Pineapple- Kale Smoothie at Bean 1138 Goss Ave. This trick works best for kids who, upon watching a movie, earnestly ask questions like: Is Moana real? Are lions really kings? Why don't Elsa and Anna need coats? It's an age ripe with curiosity, and one that's exquisitely easy to fool. Adorable schmucks. And, man, can they make meals a battle, particularly if vegetables are involved, especially if said vegetables are leafy greens. Lucky for me, Bean, my neighborhood coffee shop, offers a pineapple-kale smoothie. My abbreviation: "the pineapple smoothie." All my two young children know is that the delightfully bright-green drink is citrusy-sweet, cold and refreshing. But I'm tall enough to see over the counter. So I get to witness the act of a barista mashing a fistful of kale into a blender. Vitamins A to Z will enter their tiny systems. Victory is mine! — Anne Marshall CC Kimiko Muwanguzi Order VM5: stir-fried mock duck and green beans. Becky Dail, Greg Zahradnik and Willy Johnson (below) Dail and Zahradnik went on one of their first dinner dates to Vietnam Kitchen back in 1999. Now, the two eat there at least once a month. Dail's order F9: chicken with green curry, green beans, broccoli, onion and potatoes. Zahradnik's order B1: pho rice- noodle soup with thin-sliced beef. Johnson's order A custom order of noodles with veggies and tofu.

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