Kentucky Chef spreading holiday joy and giving thanks
WINCHESTER, Ky. (WTVQ) – Many of us have developed renewed appreciation this year for first responders, but a Kentucky chef has been their fan all along.
Year after year, he’s been serving those who serve the community.
Chef Love Talley of Talley’s BBQ has been providing free meals for first responders for years.
He says it’s his way to give back and give thanks, especially during a difficult year.
“We’re all in this together and that makes a big difference. When you’re doing something together, you can’t lose,” Talley says.
He has ten grills out cooking ribs, chicken, pulled pork, and sausage. He’s also offering sides and drinks.
Not only has it been a difficult year for first responders but also for small businesses like Talley’s.
“Some of them have actually closed their doors. My heart goes out to them because I can feel the pain but at the same time it’s like a blessing to still be able to feed the folks, for them to get out and come out and get a home-cooked meal,” Talley said.
Chef Talley is at Town and Country Auto in Winchester for the rest of the week, he’s selling turkeys for anyone who needs a last-minute holiday bird.