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Stoneware & Co. & Kentucky Bourbon Pie Company x JCP Eats

Hey, y’all!

Are you looking for the perfect holiday gift for the bourbon-lover, Kentucky-aficionado, and/or foodie in your life? If so, it’s your lucky day!

I have VERY exciting news: I am partnering with Stoneware & Co. + the Kentucky Bourbon Pie Company this holiday season. This is a dream partnership for me; I have been a life-long collector of Stoneware & Co. (previously Louisville Stoneware) products.

Here is a video describing the gift crate:

KBP and JCPEats Full Gift Crate Promo – V1 from Stoneware & Co. on Vimeo.

And here is a more detailed taste test:

Kentucky Bourbon Pie Taste Test V1 – Fall 2018 from Stoneware & Co. on Vimeo.

What’s included in the gift crate? 

  • An 11″ Louisville Pottery Collection Thumb Print Pie Plate in White
  • Two Jars of Kentucky Bourbon Pie In a Jar (Pick your flavor: Pecan, Apple or Cherry)
  • One Jonathan Spoons Cherry Wood Pie Server
  • Plus, the crate is great for decor!

Now that, y’all, is a jam-packed, well-rounded gift. I can’t wait to bake in that plate – it’s stunning!

You can shop the crate HERE.

Not interested in the full crate? You can purchase just the pies here!


Have any questions? Shoot me a message – I’m happy to answer!

Happy Holiday Shopping, y’all!

As always: Happy Eating, Happy Traveling, Happy Living.

Y’all come back now, ya hear?

My best,


FTC: This is a sponsored post; additionally, the links listed are affiliate and I earn a commission off of them.

Stoneware & Co.

Hey, y’all!

Stoneware & Co. is, hands down, one of my favorite businesses in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Through my acquisitions and pieces that I have inherited, I have amassed a collection of almost 1,000 pieces.

Yes, you read that correctly – and I love each and every one of them.

How did I obtain such a collection?

John B. Taylor, the namesake and owner of the business for decades, became a family friend to Elizabeth Phelps, my great-grandmother. MawMaw was the founder of the Russell County Library and Mr. Taylor was a voracious reader; he picked up many books from her on his trips to Lake Cumberland. Over the following decades, he brought many pieces down to my family on the farm – and we have cherished them since.

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I have so many memories attached to the company.

Sweet tea poured from their pitchers on the porch.

Lifting the lid to the butter dish to accompany pones of cornbread.

Farm-fresh veggies served in their bowls.

Drinks dispensed out of the samovar.

Ashtrays that caught the ends of those Misty cigarettes.

Salt and pepper shakers that seasoned many a meal.

Sugar and honey pots ready to make everything better with a dash and a pinch.


When I think about my childhood, I remember seeing Stoneware in my grandmother’s cabinets.

When I think about meals at the farmhouse, I remember eating off of Stoneware.

When I think about learning how to cook, I think of plating it on Stoneware.

When I think about my family, I think about the memories that we have shared together at Stoneware-filled tables.

When I think about Stoneware, I think about my MawMaw, my JJ, my Grandmother Jude. These three, whether it be by example or by passed-down stories, taught me how to lead a life well-lived – one with class, respect, and dignity. I owe so much to them.

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If my pieces could talk, I’m sure they would, in true Appalachian fashion, tell one hell of a story.

Stoneware has been, is, and will always be a major part of my life – and that’s why I am so proud to be collaborating with them! I have a really fun announcement coming to y’all in the next few days – stay tuned!

As always: Happy Eating, Happy Traveling, Happy Living!

Y’all come back now, ya hear?

My best,


FTC: This is a sponsored post; all opinions, however, are my own.

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