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Adventures in New Kentucky Cooking with The Bluegrass Peasant Hardcover – October 1, 2007
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"...Domine writes under the moniker "Bluegrass Peasant," but his tastes don't seem pedestrian at all, judging by his clever recipes..." -- Joyce Rosencrans, Food Editor, Cincinnati Post, October 24, 2007
"Anyone who has eaten at David Domine's table knows that he practices what he preaches. Cook from these recipes and you, too, will be the envy of every gourmet you know." -- Wade Hall, The Louisville Courier-Journal, November 10, 2007
About the Author
As a young child in his grandmother's kitchen, David Domine developed an undying fascination with food and homemaking that has only increased over time. Wherever his professional career has taken him, it seems that cooking and an appreciation for the good life have always shaped him. Ever the consummate traveler, he has studied and worked in the Philippines, Mexico, Germany, Italy, Spain and Austria, and it was in these far-off places that he honed his appreciation for American food and culture. When he arrived in Louisville, Kentucky in 1993, he soon fell in love with the area's wonderful history and architecture, not to mention the wonderful dining scene.
A trained interpreter in Spanish and German, David Domine earned his B.A. from the University of Wisconsin in 1989 and has completed graduate studies at the Karl-Franzens-Universistat in Graz, Austria, the University of California at Santa Barbara and the University of Louisville. When not translating or writing restaurant reviews for magazines such as Kentucky Monthly and Arts Across Kentucky, he teaches foreign languages as Bellarmine University and Indiana University Southeast. David Domine is the successful author of books such as Ghosts of Old Louisville: True Stories of Hauntings from America's Largest Victorian Neighborhood and Phantoms of Old Louisville: Ghostly Tales from America's Most Haunted Neighborhood, both published by McClanahan Publishing House, Inc. of Kuttawa, Kentucky.
His first cookbook, Adventures in New Kentucky Cooking with the Bluegrass Peasant, focuses on the unique culinary heritage of his adopted state. His current projects include his first novel, The Wonders of Absinthe, and Peter Paul's Kitchen, a seven-act play set in Old Louisville, the Victorian neighborhood he calls home.
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