Jack Harlow hits the road again! This time, he’s traversing through his hometown Louisville, Kentucky, hitting 6 different cities and playing all your favorite hits from Jackman., Come Home The Kids Miss You, and more 😍🎵!
Being big foodies ourselves, we trekked the borders of Kentucky to find the most delicious and popular dishes that made our mouths water. Whether you are joining Jack on his No Place Like Home tour or watching regretfully from afar, we encourage you to turn up ‘What’s Poppin’’ and take a bite out of these sweet Kentucky staples!
THE BENEDICTINE SPREAD
Jack’s first two stops will be in Owensboro and Pikeville, KY from November 24-25th, but let’s take it back to the 20th century when this iconic cucumber spread was invented 🥒. The Benedictine Spread brings the party straight to you and makes us feel like ‘First Class’ diners. Made using only onion and cucumber, the dish was originally a small finger sandwich used in entertainment settings but has since evolved into a stunning green spread eaten atop crackers or biscuits.
The next two stops on the No Place Like Home tour are Covington and Murray, KY from November 26th to December 1st. Now that we’ve indulged in a somewhat healthy spread, let’s take some Sweet Action with the classic beer cheese 🍻! Born on the banks of the Kentucky River, this salty yet spicy dip was designed to increase customers’ appetites for beer (and for Jack Harlow!). Made with cheddar cheese, beer, garlic, and an assortment of spices, this creamy concoction will be your new ‘Side Piece’!
Don’t worry, any restaurant or bar you hit up before Jack’s show will have this staple on the menu!
‘They Don’t Love It’ does not apply here, folks! The final two stops on Jack’s home tour are Bowling Green and Lexington, KY. After you’ve jammed all night with your besties in the pit, finish off the night with a slice of Kentucky Derby Pie 🍫. Made with chocolate and walnuts, this dessert sounds as delicious as it looks. This dense pie was created back in the 1950s but is still loved all around the state of Kentucky today and is often eaten as part of family traditions. It’s now become our tradition to pair a slice of Derby Pie with our favorite Harlow hits!
Catch Jack Harlow out on tour later this year with your new favorite Kentucky staple in hand! Whichever tour stop you choose, we hope you and your besties explore the food fest that Kentucky has to offer!
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