Some of Chef Gerald Coe’s earliest memories are days spent in the kitchen with his father – standing on a milk crate, learning how to filet fish, dropping it in the fryer – and tasting his mother’s signature baked tenderloin. Coe still honors their memories today through the food he prepares at his restaurant in Russell Springs.

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