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A little white wine advice

Feb 28th, 2014 | News, Wine & Spirits

So I’ve always claimed to be someone who just wants the red wine, please, but lately I’ve been buying and drinking white. I don’t know what’s up with that. Maybe I’m just sick of winter and pining for the porch wines of summer, but I decided I could use some suggestions — are there some whites … more »

Six-pack or keg? You decide

Feb 28th, 2014 | Craft beer, News

By Will Carroll I see you at Costco. You look, but not directly. You see it out of the corner of your eye and you think “I could get that,” but then you think about your wife or girlfriend’s reaction. You wonder whether that kegerator is really for you. It’s a big decision and one … more »

Raw means more than vegetables at farmers’ market

Feb 27th, 2014 | News, Shop

By Amanda Dorman If you’re a regular at the Indy Winters Farmers Market at the City Market, you’ve likely seen the talented husband-wife team behind Raw Gourmet Delights. Bobbi Main-Jackson and Tom Jackson are local producers of raw, vegan, gluten free and organic “delights” sold at local farmers markets as well as health food stores … more »

Checking out the new Scotty’s menu

Feb 25th, 2014 | News

By Will Carroll I was lucky enough to be invited to the Scotty’s Brewhouse menu introduction. It was a bit odd, since I’d been to Scotty’s a couple times during the last week —it’s very handy for the NFL Combine — and the event was supposed to be a week previous, but was delayed by … more »

Carmel’s Detour to become Scotty’s Brewhouse

Feb 25th, 2014 | News, Restaurants

Scott Wise has plenty on his plate. Not only did the Scotty’s Brewhouse owner just roll out a new menu — one he and his staff have worked on since last summer   — but the  busy restaurateur will be opening four new restaurants this year. And two of them are scheduled to open on … more »

Finding Indy’s best beer means finding your favorite

Feb 21st, 2014 | Craft beer, News

By Will Carroll There’s an incredible amount of breweries in Indiana. Just in Indy, there are so many that we have to wonder if there’s a — no pun intended — saturation point. The saving grace is that even with more and more breweries coming opening, it’s hardly a rounding error for the “MBC” (Miller … more »

Local chefs make James Beard semifinalist list

Feb 19th, 2014 | News, Restaurants

Several Indianapolis chefs have made the semifinalist list in the 2014 James Beard Foundation restaurant and chef awards. Bloomington chef David Tallent of Restaurant Tallent has made the semifinalist list for the eighth consecutive year.Regina Mahallick, chef/owner at R bistro in Indianapolis is a semifnalist for the fifth consecutive year. Greg Hardesty has made the … more »

James Beard semifinalist list to be announced today

Feb 19th, 2014 | News, Restaurants

The James Beard Foundation will announce its list of semifinalists today for the organization’s 2014 restaurant and chef awards. Called “the Oscars of the food world,” the Beard awards recognize chefs and restaurants in both national and regional categories. Last year, Indianapolis had semifinalists in two national categories: Martha Hoover, in the Outstanding Restaurateur category, … more »

Indiana farm hosts maple syrup festival

Feb 17th, 2014 | Events, News, Travel

By Kelley Jordan Heneveld Truly a family operation, LM Sugarbush is run by Leane Goering, her two daughters, Jenny and Emily, and their husbands Nic and Robert. They manage 40 acres of trees — that’s about 2,400 trees with about 5,000 tap holes and 14 miles of tubing. After more than 30 years, they are … more »
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