March 10, 1982
|🏫 Education||Johnson & Wales University College of Culinary Arts in North Carolina|
Austin Martin (m. 2017)
Sara Bradley (born March 10, 1982) is an American chef and restauranteur known for her passion of farm-to-table food and her love of bourbon. She appeared on the reality cooking show Bravo's Top Chef: Kentucky and was the runner-up in the show’s 16th season in her home state of Kentucky.
Education and Early Career
Bradley graduated from the University of Kentucky with a degree in statistical psychology, but her passion for cooking drew her to pursue a culinary career. She studied at Johnson & Wales University College of Culinary Arts in North Carolina. She went on to sharpen her skills under Michelin Star chefs John Fraser of Dovetail in New York City and David Posey and Paul Kahan of Blackbird in Chicago. Bradley returned to her roots in 2015 and open her own restaurant with the help of her biggest inspiration, her family.
Founding member of Cartel: Western Kentucky style pit barbeque team that raises money for the restoration of historic buildings and other nonprofits.
Freight House (chef and proprietor). Bradley's menu includes the invasive species Asian Carp in her restaurant. This fish is so invasive to Western Kentucky that state and federal leaders have taken action to combat the fish. On the PBS show The Farmer and the Foodie on KET she shows hosts Maggie and Lindsey of the how to cook Asian Carp.
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- Wiersema, Jana (1 July 2018). "Local restaurant promotes Asian carp". [[Paducah Sun}}. Retrieved 19 November 2020. Unknown parameter
- "State, Federal Leaders Highlight Action Taken to Combat Asian Carp". Marshall County Daily.com. Retrieved 2020-11-19.
- Tackling Carp in Western Kentucky | The Farmer and the Foodie, retrieved 2020-11-19
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