This recipe was created by Jennie Carter Benedict, a cookbook author, caterer, and restaurateur. She operated a Louisville restaurant and tea room, Benedict's, in the early 20th century. I located this recipe on About.com presented by Diana Rattray, Southern Food Expert. It is also manufactured & can be found in a variety of Louisville grocery stores. Not sure, if available statewide. Often looked for at Derby time.This is one of my favorite spreads/dips!
Whether you live in the city, or have popped in for your special day, Derby has a lot of choice for meals out on anniversaries, birthdays, Valentine’s day or if you just want to treat yourself and your partner. We’ve put together a handy guide for a few of the most romantic restaurants in Derby for you to visit, along with offers and links to the sites, so you can have a hassle-free trip out! http://www.godine.co.uk/blog/derby-anniversary-restaurants
The Okra Indian restaurant in Derby have experienced and creative chefs who not only prepare fresh and tasty food but create homemade dishes unique to their restaurant! They offer a warm welcome and an excellent service along with luxurious and comfortable surroundings #DerbyUK; http://www.visitderby.co.uk/index.php/?cID=2362
Looking for THE dining experience that’s not to be missed in Disney’s Hollywood Studios? Look no further than The Brown Derby! 3. Old Hollywood Atmosphere Patterned after the famous Brown Derby restaurant in Hollywood California – this unique eatery displays caricature drawings of celebrities like Lucille Ball, Bette Davis, Charlie Chaplin, John Wayne and many ...