If you’ve got a hankerin’ for bourbon, horse racing, and fried chicken, then you’re going to love this episode.
My good friend Bruce Marshall Romans joined me in the studio to talk about his home state of Kentucky. The LA-based TV writer and Louisville native couldn’t wait to share his knowledge and respect for the place he’ll always call home.
Growing up in a family of horse breeders, Bruce spent his childhood roaming the stables of Churchill Downs – home of the Kentucky Derby.
How did bourbon become the state’s signature liquor? Why is it called “Bluegrass?” And just what the heck’s the story with that Col. Sanders fella? We get to the bottom of all these questions and more.
So make yourself a mint julep, kick back, and enjoy a little trip below the Mason-Dixon line.
Thanks, Bruce! See you at the races!