Lose Your List eliminates the hassle of grocery shopping, keeping residents of the Fayette County delivery zone stocked with edible essentials. Load larders with farm-fresh meats, organic produce, and more from Kentucky Proud. A simple interface helps users select what they want from every aisle, free from the bustle of busy crowds and the despair of squeaking metal carts. The popular weekly organic-produce baskets ($17 small, $28 large), assortments of seasonal savories such as green beans, potatoes, and blackberries, top a menu of locally raised agricultural products, from grass-fed beef to home-schooled free-range eggs.
In 1937, Vernon Rudolph founded Krispy Kreme in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, with the first location on South Main Street in Old Salem. Seventy-seven years later, his secret doughnut recipe lives on within hundreds of Krispy Kreme locations, serving premium sweet treats across the globe.
The entire doughnut-making process, which customers can view up close and personal at many of Krispy Kreme?s outposts, begins with fresh ingredients and ends with the click of a fluorescent sign bearing the words, "Hot Doughnuts Now." From the original, mold-breaking glazed doughnut to newer doughnut varieties, such as Chocolate Iced with Kreme Filling, Glazed Raspberry Filled, and Glazed Chocolate Cake, each round dainty pairs with piping-hot coffee for a compact snack.
The skillful butchers at Critchfield Meats cleave premium USDA-approved cuts of Alltech Angus beef purveyed alongside a carefully selected assortment of protein accouterments and fresh-baked goods in a friendly, family-run shop. Grills sizzle with gratitude when filled with an Alltech Angus ribeye ($14.59/lb), which can escort eggs to breakfast or perform a poignant autobiographical solo show at dinner. Critchfield's Alltech Angus sirloin steaks stampede across the mouthplain with beefy abandon ($9.39/lb), and the boneless chicken breasts retain the power of flight just long enough to land atop a flaming grill ($3.99/lb). To eschew the call of the landlubbering wild, feast on fresh salmon, the bacon of the sea ($11.99/lb).
With a dexterous whirl of her hand, a staffer fills a cup with a soft swirl of frozen yogurt that curls into a perfectly formed peak. After festooning the icy treat with a smattering of cookie crumbs and chocolate chips, she hands the cup over to its owner, who eagerly begins excavating the frosty treat.
This scenario plays out daily at I Can't Believe It's Yogurt, where champions of healthy dessert sling frozen yogurt in a multitude of flavors, as well as low-fat, no-added-sugar, and nonfat varieties. The signature soft-serve can be wolfed down unadorned or bedecked with an assortment of toppings, including fresh fruits and hand-polished sprinkles.
Inside HoneyBaked Ham, chefs uphold the same traditions that Harry J. Hoenselaar created more than 40 years ago. Back then, he chose individual hams, cured them in his secret marinade, and smoked them over hardwood chips before offsetting the earthy flavor with a crisp, sweet glaze. To this day, the staff makes the signature bone-in hams one at a time and glazes them in the shop.
To go with the meats, the kitchen whips up classic side dishes and desserts, such as the sweet-potato soufflé. For less formal feasting, party trays and packed lunch boxes fuel business meetings, backyard grad parties, and lengthy end-zone celebrations.
Heavenly Ham smokes its eponymous meat, turkey, and bacon before dishing them out as sandwiches, sides, party platters, and other Southern-inspired cuisine. Staffers hardwood-smoke the signature Heavenly Ham for up to 18 hours, until it emerges to headline the menu with its alluring spiral slices, honey-spice glaze, and renewed sense of self-worth ($10.99/lb.). Smoked turkey breast slices ($9.29/lb.), thick-cut peppered bacon ($4.49/lb.), and other meats fill out family dinners and underweight salads. A range of hearty sandwiches includes the classic Heavenly Original ham sandwich ($5.69) and the Paradise club donning ham, turkey, and peppered bacon on its cloud-like bun ($6.19). Heavenly Ham accepts online orders for pickup and telepathic orders for transmission to the moon's first through seventh houses.