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Spicy Indiana Grown Chili

Kick your weeknight meal up a notch with this spicy chili featuring local, Indiana Grown ingredients! Ingredients: 1/2 c. cooked, crumbled, Natural Hardwood-Smoked Thick Cut Indiana Kitchen Premium Bacon1 T. drippings from the cooked bacon1 1/2 lbs. Miller Amish Poultry boneless chicken breasts cut into 1 1/2 in. chunks2 c. chopped onion1/2 tsp. garlic granules1 […]

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Hoosier Cassoulet

This recipe will keep you warm as the days turn colder, and the local ingredients give it an extra boost of flavor! Serving Size: 2 cups Prep time: 2 hours over 2 days Cook/bake time: 4 hours over 2 days Ingredients: 1 3/4 c. all purpose flour 1 c. cornmeal 1/4 c. sugar 2 tsp. […]

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Indiana Peach Salsa

The 2018 Indiana State Fair may be over but the recipes we shared on the Indiana Grown Culinary Stage are good anytime! Below is 1 of the 32 recipes that was made on the stage during the 17 day run of the fair: Indiana Peach Salsa. Make it your own using seasonal, Indiana grown ingredients! […]

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Market District Inaugural Chili Cookoff

On Saturday, February 3rd, Market District partnered with Indiana Grown and Red Gold to host their inaugural chili cook-off. Eight semi-finalists were chosen from more than 30 entries and competed for the grand prize of a $100 Market District gift card, an Instant-pot Duo80 8-quart pressure cooker, and a ticket to compete in the World Food Championships – the largest competition in food sport. […]

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Indiana Grown Short Rib Lasagna

Instead of making a traditional lasagna, try this alternative with short ribs! Layers of beef, mushrooms, carrots and local cheeses give this a new and exciting taste. Finish it with fresh herbs for a complete dish you and your family will love!   Ingredients: 4 lbs. beef short ribs (with bones) 8 oz. white mushrooms, […]

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Members Advance in World Food Championships

Over 450 teams from around the country and the world recently came together at the World Food Championships in Orange Beach, Alabama to show off their culinary skills. Chefs and cooks competed to be crowned champion in ten categories ranging from steak to dessert. Their backgrounds varied, but they had all qualified for the largest competition […]

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