The Kentucky Hot Brown open-faced sandwich is a Kentucky Derby recipe tradition! Served hot with ham or turkey, cheese sauce and bacon, it's perfect for a party

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A Derby day tradition!

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What a terrific Derby party hostess gift - filled with little bottles of Bourbon and Lindor truffles.

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Wine labels for Trader Joe's Three Buck Chuck wine. The red label read "Louisville Red: As robust and satisfying as a stud date with American Pharoah".

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Toy horses from the Dollar Store, poked a wire in the top twisted so it would hold cards telling what was being served in each dish.

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Cake plates I made from Dollar Store plastic trays, painted black, then taped off and a white square painted on top of that. Bases are all from Goodwill. Cost, about $3.50 each.

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Tomato peel rose garnishes.

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