By Jennifer Rubenstein
“Bees do have a smell, you know, and if they don’t they should, for their fee are dusted with spices from a million flowers” – Ray Bradbury, Dandelion Wine
The gentle buzzing of the honey bee is all around during the season. Flying from one flower to a stalk of lavender and back to another flower and then onward to their bee colony where they will greet the Queen Bee. Honey bees are fascinating creates who provide us with one of the most ancient super foods and they are considered a symbol of sacred femininity. But did you also know:
Bees have been producing honey for at least 150 million years.… Read More
Summer Cooper has paired up in this CookIN’Gone Wild video to show us how to forage stinging nettle and oyster mushrooms. Michelle Cain then prepares these foraged edibles in a stinging nettle pesto with oyster mushrooms and burdock- You can’t get more wild and native than this dish!
The Indiana Division of Fish and Wildlife is a proud partner of Edible Indy and we are thrilled with the expertise they bring to our publication.… Read More
Indiana’s premier farm-to-fork food festival returns Aug. 17
Gourmet food trucks, cooking demos are new additions to the 2014 Dig IN
INDIANAPOLIS (May 16, 2014) – High-quality, locally produced products are the hallmark of Indiana’s favorite food festival, Dig IN, a Taste of Indiana 2014.
More than 35 Indiana chefs, brewers, vintners and food artisans will showcase a bevy of prepared dishes and beverages. The single-price admission includes all the samples and live performances by Indiana-based musical groups.
New participating restaurants in 2014 include Rook, Peterson’s and Barn Brasserie, as well as food trucks, Serendipity and Citizen Hash. Chefs will demonstrate cooking skills and techniques at a new demonstration kitchen stage.… Read More