To many, Kentucky means the greatest thoroughbreds in the world. To others, it is the home of the finest bourbon. But the obvious success of burgoo, Owensboro barbeque, and Harlan Sanders's Kentucky Fried Chicken carries the state's reputation for excellence to a wider audience. From the perfect mint julep to benedictine, from a classic hot brown to cheese chutney, Kentucky's Best captures the full range of the state's culinary delights. Linda Allison-Lewis combines traditional and gourmet dishes, offering recipes from all parts of the state and from beloved restaurants and inns.
Start with a mouth-watering soup from Amelia's Field Country ...Read More
In the December 30, 1967, edition of the weekly Thoroughbred trade publication, the Blood-Horse, was an announcement that took up one inch of space—James E. “Ted” Bassett III had been named assistant to the president of the Keeneland Association. It was sandwiched between equally short news items about a handicapping seminar at an East Coast racetrack and a California vacation trip by a horse-owning couple. Bassett’s new job, in his own words, “was not earthshaking news.” More than four decades later, Ted Bassett is one of the most respected figures within the global Thoroughbred industry. He has served as Keeneland’s ...Read More
Jennie C. Benedict’s The Blue Ribbon Cook Book represents the very best in the tradition of southern regional cooking. Recipes for such classic dishes as Parker House rolls, lamb chops, corn pudding, Waldorf salad, and cheese and nut sandwiches are nestled among longtime local favorites such as apple butter, rice pudding, griddle cakes, and Benedictine, the cucumber sandwich spread bore Benedict’s name.
Throughout the cookbook, Benedict’s delightful voice shines. Benedict, who was once the most famous caterer in Louisville and also operated a celebrated tea room and soda fountain, trained with Fannie Farmer at the Boston Cooking School. Five editions ...Read More
This informative book shows how the influence of Kentucky Standard breeding spread across the nation and finally around the world. Here is the story of the horses and farms, the men and women who made it possible. Rich with anecdote and founded on a unique store of learning, it will delight both the newcomer to the sport and the lifelong devotee.
"McCarr's enthusiasm for horses and the drama of their careers is matched by his portrayal of the picturesque characters of many of their owners and handlers."—Tennessee Historical Quarterly
Accounting in Small Business Decisions presents the first large-scale empirical examination of how small firms use accounting data to make operating decisions.
James L. Gibson is former department chair of the University of Kentucky’s Department of Management. His research areas include organizational behavior and development.
W. Warren Haynes is a former scholar at the University of Kentucky.
How to choose the investment that will give the best return is a problem faced by all businessmen. Yet for the small businessman in particular, the literature on capital budgeting intended to help him in his investment decisions seems not to apply to his actual situation. Here in this study, theory and practice are brought together within the context of small business.
Author Martin B. Solomon Jr. compares two theoretically sound formulas—present value and the discounted rate of return—with simpler methods of calculating the returns on investments. The superiority of the refined methods, he points out, is practically nullified under ...Read More
These studies, which originated from research on approximately 100 firms earned on at the University of Kentucky under a grant from the Small Business Administration, are an empirical examination of decision making in the small firm. The practices revealed by the investigation have been analyzed within the theoretic framework of managerial economics. The studies make suggestions for improvements that take into account the limited resources of small firms. A third study, Investment Decisions in Small Business by Martin B. Solomon, will be published at a later date.
Pricing Decisions in Small Business points out that pricing is more flexible but ...Read More
Tracing the evolution of the Ashland Oil & Refining Company whose growth was phenomenal even in a rapidly expanding industry, author Joseph L. Massie attributes the success of the company to the flexible management policies of Paul G. Blazer.
Joseph L. Massie is professor of economics at the University of Kentucky, which has awarded him the B.S. and M.A. degrees. He holds the Ph.D. degree from the University of Chicago. Massie is the author of many articles on administration and, with a colleague, of a textbook on management.
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