The Impossible Burger

What is the Impossible Burger? A meatless burger that tastes like a delicious burger should but it’s made from plants. It’s primarily made from wheat protein, potato protein, coconut oil, and heme (the molecule that gives meat its color and flavor). Is it Vegan? It’s made for meat-lovers, but it’s ok for vegans too. The Impossible Burger is plant-based, but don’t call it “vegan” or “fake” anything. It’s meat made from plants. Plant based, nut-free, and dairy free. It contains gluten and soy.

Mabel Smokehouse Chicken

A different flavor discovered in every bite.

5 oz. blackened chicken breast, house smoked pulled pork, Applewood smoked bacon. Pepper jack cheese and Patti’s BBQ Sauce. Topped with chives.

T. Lawson’s Home in Grand Rivers, Ky

The Thomas Lawson House, a Queen Anne-style house on Wabash Ave. in Grand Rivers, Kentucky, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. It is a two-and-a-half-story frame house on a brick foundation. It was completed in 1895. It was deemed notable “as one of the last and certainly the most identifiable reminders of the brief boom era of the late 19th century which resulted from the attempt to establish an iron industry in the community. This large Victorian house, the most impressive building in Grand Rivers, was constructed as a residence for Thomas Lawson, the developer responsible for the planning and construction associated with the project. Although these plans were ultimately to fail, the period was one of the most historic events in the life of this small Kentucky town. It was the first building in Grand Rivers to have electric power, and the first to have indoor plumbing.

Who is T. Lawson?

At 12 years old, Thomas Lawson ran away from home to become a clerk in a Boston bank, and soon began speculating in stocks. He was a principal mover in the promotion of companies trying to establish the small town of Grand Rivers, Kentucky as a major steel-producing city. Lawson specialized in shares of copper-mining companies, which were then a staple of the Boston stock market, and became a multimillionaire during the copper boom of the late 1890s.