Indiana Insider Blog

Food Bliss at the Emporium

When figuring out what to write this blog about, I asked my friend what she’d like to read. She told me to write about the one restaurant in Indianapolis that I would Photo Credit goes to http://indyrestaurantscene.blogspot.com/2010/08/illinois-street-food-emporium-revisit.html. recommend if I…

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Bonding over Burgers

Hi my name is Makenna Imholte. I'm a junior at Butler University double majoring in Strategic Communications and Media, Rhetoric & Culture. I'm originally from a small town in Kansas but have fallen in love with Indianapolis. Recently my mom came to visit me and wanted to go somewhere fun and…

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The City Market - So Fresh

City Market I caught myself flipping through the channels a few days ago and saw the news was talking about a new fresh fish section in the city market. Which lead to my curiosity of what kind of fish were being sold and where is the city market? After a quick search on my phone, I realized it was…

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Get in the holiday spirit in Indiana Dunes Country

It seems like the holidays roll around before I know it, leaving me little time to pick out just the right gifts or find unique food to serve at holiday gatherings. Fortunately, in one day I can visit the huge Mistetoe Market in Chesterton (the holiday version of the wildly popular summer European…

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Terre Haute Children's Museum

Living in the middle of the state has a lot of benefits ... one being easy access to all parts of Indiana with usually minimal driving. Last week my daughter and I headed to Terre Haute on the west side of the state. It was only an hour and a half drive and we spent most of the day hanging out at…

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Foodie Alert: Mass Ave. Addition

Mesh on Mass Ave is my favorite place to eat in Indianapolis. My parents come to visit me at school a lot and we are always looking for a new restaurant to try. Last year someone recommended Mesh so we thought we would give it a try, we loved it the first time and we have been back numerous times…

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A Little History ... A Lot of Fun in Lafayette

During a recent trip to Lafayette I was fortunate to visit a few of their historical sites: Tippecanoe Battlefield, Wabash and Erie Canal and XXX Family Restaurant (I may be stretching a bit for this to be a historical site, but hang with me). Tippecanoe Battlefield is located just seven miles north…

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Indiana's Thanksgiving Bounty showcased on Fox 59

The Hoosier state is full of great, homemade culinary delights. During the November 6, 2013 segment of “Hittin’ the Road” on Fox 59, Visit Indiana’s executive director, Mark Newman, showcased a wonderful Thanksgiving bounty of many delicious foods for the Thanksgiving table handcrafted right here in…

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Stuckey Farm - The Full Fall Package!

Corn mazes, apple cider, and pumpkins – three words that any Hoosier associates with the fall season. Over the weekend I spent a few hours at Stuckey Farm Orchard and Cider Mill, located in Sheridan, Ind., and experienced the full package! I went with a group of my sorority sisters and we loved…

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An Apple A Day...

Fall is one of my favorite times of the year. It is full of wonderful treats and goodies such as caramel apples, apple cider, and pumpkin seeds. However, my favorite thing to do in the fall has always been to go to an apple orchard. Growing up, I would always go to an apple orchard with my family…

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