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It’s enjoyable enough to craft your own meat and cheese plate from the top-notch charcuterie at Indy’s Goose the Market. But it’s even more satisfying when you make the sausage at the meat school...
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How can one restaurant make its corner of the world a better place? At Public Greens in Indianapolis, garden-fresh meals fund healthy lunches for local schoolchildren.
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Each April, wild leeks (better known as ramps) lushly carpet wooded creekbeds. We followed chef Greg Hardesty to a southern Indiana farm for a foraging expedition and a spring feast.
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The world's largest children's museum, the Indianapolis...

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After she sticks a loaf of bread in the wood-burning stove, a costumed interpreter wipes her hands on her calico dress and tells...

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This season, about 400,000 pieces of mail addressed to the North Pole get diverted to the southern Indiana town of...

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If you hope to sell more of anything these days, just rebrand it as handmade by some old-school—preferably eccentric, preferably mustachioed—craftsperson. Our...

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Indy chef Cindy Hawkins eases the challenge of macaron making, one squeeze at a time.
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On fall weekends, the city of South Bend, Indiana, swells with legions of diehard football fans. They come to cheer on the Fighting Irish at Notre Dame and to snap...

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