The Cooking Channel’s Man’s Greatest Food will tackle who has the greatest breakfasts in the country. Of course, a Louisville restaurant is on that list especially when you reference anything that mentions the “GREATEST”. Can you guess who’s on that list? Host Roger Mooking chose “Superchefs” owned by Darnell “Superchef” Ferguson located at 1702 Bardstown Road right in the heart of the Highlands.
Mooking visited chefs all across the U.S. and went into their kitchens to learn about their top dishes and some of the secrets behind it. The show did visit Superchefs and they ranked the restaurant on their 12 greatest breakfasts list. Mooking was looking for the best combinations of eggs, gravy, breakfast meat and fried dough. You could put a check mark next to each one of those criteria when it comes to Superchefs Louisville.
Ferguson says “What a way to start the year by being placed in this prestigious ranking for breakfast. I won the Thanksgiving challenge in November of last year. It just gives me the confidence that the restaurant caters to any taste bud you may have. Stop by and tryout some of the fantastic items we have on the menu. This is really shaping up to be a great year for myself and Team Superchefs”.
Man’s Greatest Food will air on the Cooking Channel, Tuesday, January 15th at 7:00 pm (EST).
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THE NATIONAL SPOTLIGHT WILL SHINE BRIGHT ON SUPERCHEFS AND ITS UNIQUE MENU TONIGHT ON THE COOKING CHANNEL
(Louisville, KY) Louisville entrepreneur and owner of one of the most notable restaurants in Louisville is profiled on a national scale. Darnell “SuperChef” Ferguson will make an appearance on the Cooking Channel’s Cheap Eats tonight, January 26th at 10:00 p.m. (EST). SuperChef will be a part of the Cream of the Crop episode hosted by Ali Khan.
Khan travelled to Louisville several weeks ago and visited several eateries including SuperChefs. The dish that Darnell chose to showcase was his Southern fried chicken and sweet potato waffles.
Darnell Ferguson says “We are only 26 days into the new year and things are in full swing from business to welcoming my son Legend Ali last week to launching the Stop the Violence initiative where local non-profit organizations receive a portion of the sales on a designated day. I’ve also received other television opportunities so stay tuned for details. I would like to thank everyone for their continued support it means the world to me as I continue to work hard in business and in the community.”
Be sure to tune into the Cooking Channel tonight at 10:00 p.m.