Have you ever been to a taping of a cooking show? You can do just that right here in Louisville. Each month, “Secrets of Bluegrass Chefs” records a new episode at Kitchen Studio in Bourbon Barrel Foods.
How To Attend “Secrets of Bluegrass Chefs”
Mint Julep Tours has your ticket to be in the studio audience of “Secrets of Bluegrass Chefs” (formerly known as “Secrets of Louisville Chefs”). You’ll get to see the TV taping of two episodes of the popular cooking show and then taste the chef’s dishes. Hosts Tim Laird, Brown-Forman Chief Entertaining Officer, and Kevin Harned, WAVE3-TV Chief Meteorologist, lead the exciting culinary experience with Kentucky’s top chefs. Your experience also includes a champagne cocktail meet-and-greet and tour of Bourbon Barrel Foods. Bourbon Barrel Foods is the U.S.’s only soy sauce microbrewery where artisan food products incorporate innovative uses of bourbon barrels.
Cooking Show Dates for 2018
Tickets sell out fast – so make plans now to attend “Secrets of Bluegrass Chefs” in 2018. Cost is $60 per person. Guest chefs for each episode will be announced on the Mint Julep Tours website in the weeks before each culinary experience. Taping takes place one Saturday each month at 10 a.m. and last approximately 2 hours. New shows air Saturday at 10 p.m. on WAVE3 (Louisville) and Sunday at 11 a.m. on WTVQ (Lexington). Or watch videos on the “Secrets of Bluegrass Chefs” YouTube page.
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- July 28
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- September 15
- October 6
- November 17
- December 1
Watch the Show
More episodes of “Secrets of Bluegrass Chefs” can be seen on their YouTube page. Past shows include top Louisville chefs, award-winning Kentucky restaurants and easy recipes to cook at home. This behind-the-scenes culinary experience is unlike any other! Don’t miss it.
About the Author – Rachel Goldenberg
Rachel Goldenberg has been Director of Marketing at Mint Julep since 2017. Her extensive bourbon education includes becoming an Executive Bourbon Steward through the Stave & Thief Society and graduating from Woodford Reserve’s Bourbon Academy. She is a Certified Tourism Ambassador and enthusiastic advocate for her adopted hometown of Louisville. When she’s not promoting Mint Julep’s portfolio of southern experiences, she can be found walking her dog or enjoying a drink on a Germantown patio.