Whether it's a formal holiday party or an unexpected drop-in by friends or family, you can have quick, easy, delicious dishes ready to serve in just a matter of minutes thanks to the Dayna Seelig. The Mt. Sterling cookbook author goes by the moniker of Kentucky Spirited Chef, and her latest release contains dozens of recipes fit for any festive gathering. Read more and watch now.
Young hands learn an old craft and put their quilts on display in Jeffersontown; Kentucky Life remembers when the Cincinnati Bengals held its training camp at Georgetown College; Fred Keams celebrates his Native American heritage by making and playing flutes; and Kerry Breitenstein designs "killer" board games in northern Kentucky. Kentucky Life Moment: The Kentucky Castle in Versailles.
Biologists get you up to speed on wild pigs and let you know what to do if you encounter one. Rabbit season is in full swing, and beagles are on the trail. Plus, a venison recipe you have to try.
Renee speaks with Rachael Denhollander, a former gymnast and the first woman to publicly accuse Larry Nassar, the former USA Gymnastics doctor, of sexual assault. Denhollander discusses her memoir What Is a Girl Worth? and her book How Much Is a Little Girl Worth?, a faith-based resource seeking to inspire little girls to understand their value.
In honor of Veterans Day on Nov. 11, KET looks back at Kentucky Life episodes honoring those who have served our nation. Enjoy these episodes, which include features on the USA Cares nonprofit organization that helps post 9-11 veterans, canine therapy dogs for veterans, the Tuskegee Airmen, and World War I hero Sgt. Alvin York.
In honor of Veterans Day on Nov. 11, enjoy this Kentucky Life episode from last May, where we follow World War II veterans as they board a flight honoring their service to our nation and visit Washington, D.C.