Home & Garden2022-09-07T14:30:13-04:00

In the Kitchen with Damaris: Lunchbox 101

With the kids heading back to school, it’s time for columnist and Food Network Star Damaris Phillips to serve up some creative ideas for lunch box lunches – which, she points out, are not just for children. Here, her fun feasts to go for all ages. By Damaris Phillips | Photographed by Kylene White Hey, y’all! It’s that time of the year again when we bid farewell to summer fun and embrace the back-to-school hustle. And you know what that means-- packing lunches! But, fret not, because I’ve got some fantastic ideas and tricks up [...]

By |August 3, 2023|Home & Garden|

Past Perfect

When colorful couple Kristin and Eddie Kidwell aren’t flipping homes or arranging block parties, they can be seen zipping around their neighborhood on their Vespa. A quirky-but-stately house with a history inspired realtors Kristin and Eddie Kidwell to trade a tiny cottage across the river for urban — but still slightly free-range — Highlands living. Written by Christine Fellingham | Photographed by Kylene White The story of how the Kidwell family of four came to live in the rambling, historic home of local philanthropist and activist Hal Warheim is a magical, full-circle plot [...]

By |July 10, 2023|Home & Garden|

In the Kitchen with Damaris: A Taste of Summer

Damaris and her friend Becca both love to accessorize swimwear. On Damaris: Reversible bikini top, $130, and bottom, $110, both at Cannonballswimwear.com; Tagua fair trade three-strand necklace, $72, and rainbow cuff, $28, both at Tunie’s in Wesport Village. Becca’s reversible bikini top, $130, and bottom, $110, both at Cannonballswimwear.com; fair trade bag, $325, at bonhomiadesigns.com. This month, our resident Food Network Star, Damaris Phillips, takes a vacation from the kitchen to share her seasonal essentials – from picnic takeout to poolside reads and sustainable swimwear. By Damaris Phillips | Photographed by Kylene White [...]

By |July 3, 2023|Home & Garden|

In the Kitchen with Damaris: Rainbow Cake

Damaris at a past Louisville Pride Parade. Provided Photos. In honor of Pride month, our resident Food Network Star dishes up a festive and fun-to-make dessert. By Damaris Phillips There are so many ways to celebrate Pride in Louisville this June. There are parades, roller skating parties, drag queen story times or 5Ks – all ready for you to show up, support, and honor our LGBTQIA2S+ friends and family. I wanted to help kick off the fun and festive vibe with a dessert that’s visually impressive, but requires zero actual cooking skills – [...]

By |June 2, 2023|Home & Garden|

Farming & Female

Fifth-generation farmers Elizabeth Lunsford and Dore Hunt are changing the operations on their family farm and changing the faces of the farming industry. Written By Christine Fellingham | Photographed by Kylene White While the word “farmer” may conjure up images of Old MacDonald, over a third of American farmers are female. These women are just as likely as their male counterparts to be hands-on in the daily work of farming – riding tractors, fixing valves, milking cows – and they are among the lead decision makers in a majority of all farm businesses. “It’s a [...]

By |March 1, 2023|Home & Garden|

Tour Her Neighborhood: Old Louisville

The charm-drenched character of this walkable, historic neighborhood inspired two techies to restore “The Pink Palace” and start a new life with their blended family. Here, they share the evolution of their renovation and romance. Written by Christine Fellingham | Photographed by Kylene White She is the Director of the Machine Learning Fleet at Google. He is Vice President and former Director of Information Technology at Rivera Group. But their passion for tech didn’t prevent Viji and Thomas Evers from falling in love with a gracious Old Louisville Victorian. Somehow, the idea of reimagining this [...]

By |February 2, 2023|Home & Garden, Tour Her Neighborhood|
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