Bits and Pieces: Damaris Phillips, Wild Turkey and other Louisville food news, 8.16.13

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August 16, 2013 by Ashlee Clark Thompson

Blogger’s note: I haven’t been under a rock for the past week or so. Rather, I’ve been under the thumb of The Man. My responsibilities at the day job really kicked into gear this week. After 10-hour days of looking at a computer screen, I had to give my mind and eyes a break from the digital world when I got home. I think I’m past the worst, though. So, onward!

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Damaris Phillips, winner of Food Network Star. (Photo courtesy of Food Network)

Damaris Phillips, winner of Food Network Star. (Photo courtesy of Food Network)

  • A big ol’ congratulations to Louisville native Damaris Phillips, who won the reality competition Food Network Star. Damaris is a culinary arts instructor at Jefferson Community and Technical College. (Eater Louisville)
  • "Dinner Impossible" chef Robert Irvi...

    “Dinner Impossible” chef Robert Irvine giving his verdict on finished item (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

    And speaking of Food Network, celebrity chef Robert Irvine brought his show, Restaurant: Impossible, to Louisville this week to revamp Coach Lamp Restaurant and Pub in Germantown. The restaurant received a makeover and is now Brooke and Billy’s Back Patio. Insider Louisville has a good write-up of the changes. (Insider Louisville)

  • Lawrenceburg, Ky.-based Wild Turkey Distillery has a new rye and bourbon combo called Forgiven, a product that was created by accident. (Business First of Louisville)
  • Anybody heard about the cronut, the croissant/doughnut hybrid that has become wildly popular in New York City? Wiltshire Pantry Bakery and Cafe has its own version called doughssants. Good luck getting one — these things sell out fast. (Eater Louisville)
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