Louisville family recipes for holiday meals

There’s no doubt this holiday season is going to be different as people are separated from family and loved ones due to the coronavirus pandemic. Gov. Andy Beshear has published guidance advising Kentuckians to celebrate the holiday with only the people already in their households, following the same guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 

Even if we can’t be with our families, there is one thing we can do to make the holidays feel semi-normal. We can pull out our tattered recipes boxes and thumb through the cards that have become a staple in our family’s holiday lineup. We can cook and conjure up a small taste of home that will make it feel like we’re with our families — even if we’re alone — celebrating however we’d normally celebrate this time of year. 

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