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Acorn Grill’s Sugar Cream Pie Recipe

    Indiana’s famous state pie When you grow up in a southern, small town, you learn to appreciate the little things. Whether these things consist of story time with the other peers at Sunday school, or taking after school trips with your friends to get pizza or ice cream, these memories can last a […]

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Tina’s Traditional® Tearoom Recipe – Grandmas 1,2,3,4 cake bars

Check out Tinas Video at Indy Style Tina’s Traditional® Tearoom Recipe – Grandmas 1,2,3,4 cake bars This recipe is from Tina’s Grandmas recipe collection and can be modified to add different flavors to the cake. Tina says this recipe is easier than a cake mix.  Tina recommends using golden raisins to create Grandmas Country Bars […]

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INDIANA’S FISHER MEATS TO EXPAND

“Fisher Meats is seeing increased demand for its locally made meat products due to a rising interest in farm-to-table initiatives, as well as the growth of its distribution area. To support this expansion, the company plans to hire for additional positions throughout the year.” To read the rest of this story by AgriNews, click here. […]

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Indiana Grown members seek growth at second annual Fantastic Food Fest

The Indiana State Department of Agriculture’s Indiana Grown initiative returns as the presenting sponsor of the second annual Fantastic Food Fest, the state’s largest interactive food and beverage event. Taking place Jan. 21-22 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds and Event Center, nearly 50 Indiana Grown members will be showcasing their products in front of thousands […]

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HOW GROWING UP BICULTURAL INSPIRED LOCAL FARMER

“Within the past year, the Indiana State Department of Agriculture’s Indiana Grown initiative has reached multiple milestones; like launching its first program, Homegrown by Heroes, which supports local producers who have served in the military and adding approximately 38 businesses, distributors and farmer’s markets to the cause of supporting local foods.” To read the rest of this […]

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