This recipe was created by Jennie Carter Benedict, a cookbook author, caterer, and restaurateur. She operated a Louisville restaurant and tea room, Benedict's, in the early 20th century. I located this recipe on About.com presented by Diana Rattray, Southern Food Expert. It is also manufactured & can be found in a variety of Louisville grocery stores. Not sure, if available statewide. Often looked for at Derby time.This is one of my favorite spreads/dips!
Derby Clock on 4th Street - Louisville, KY. Must see it --- it's quite large and on a fun street in downtown. See Fourth Street Live -- lots of restaurants and a couple of microbreweries and a lot of places to taste Bourbon.
Woodford Reserve Distillery... Versailles Kentucky... Bff and I found this when we were lost on a road trip through KY. Absolutely BEAUTIFUL grounds and distillery. It turns out that they make the "official bourbon" for the Kentucky Derby! VERY good bourbon:-)