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Taste of Bowling Green

About 40 food, alcohol and beverage vendors will be at the Convention Center on Thursday, March 22, 2012 for the Kentucky Restaurant Association's Taste of Bowling Green, an annual celebration benefiting The Dream Factory.

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May 3rd – Oaks Day

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The Pie Man’s Birthday

April 11th is the Pie Man's Birthday, wish Alan a Happy Birthday today.

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May 4th – DERBY DAY

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The Derby-Pie® Calendar

12 months of Goodness
Not one calorie. See this month and enter to be in next year's calendar. You could win a FREE pie!

Serving Tip:

Derby-Pie® is best served by slicing frozen and serving warm. We recommend 12 minutes at 350º. The pie will come out of the oven with a perfect, flaky crust. It will be warm, toasty, and ready-to-eat, a perfect blend of sweet, crunchy goodness that will satisfy your innate need for chocolate. Grandma Leaudra liked it with a dollop of whipped cream on top-but you may discover your own way.

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