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KENTUCKY HOT BROWN

According to the Brown Hotel, the Kentucky Hot Brown is a sandwich that was created in 1923 by Chef Fred Schmidt at the Brown Hotel in Louisville.

The following demonstrates how memories and the recipes themselves can change with time.

All agree it is open face sandwich on toast, and has turkey and bacon.

  • Description of the original Hot Brown from the Brown Hotel website
    Toast
    Turkey
    Bacon
    Pimento
    Mornay Sauce
     
  • And the current recipe at the Brown Hotel
    Toast
    Turkey
    Mornay Sauce
    Additional Parmesan Cheese
    Browned under broiler
    Topped with 2 slices bacon
     
  • From another Kentucky resident and visitor to the Brown Hotel.
    Toast
    Ham
    Turkey
    Asparagus
    Bacon
    Cheddar cheese sauce
    Browned under broiler
     
  • Webster's New World Dictionary of Culinary Arts (1997)
    Toast
    Turkey
    Brown Gravy
    Topped with Bacon
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