Life Preserver

“We mostly use things people can grow in their own gardens at home,” she says. “Tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, jellies, jams, conserves—whatever someone wants to preserve, we can do it.” -Joyce L. Moore Joyce L. Moore isn’t just preserving food.…


Home Composting, Turning food waste into gardening gold

Home composting decomposes yard and food waste to produce humus, a stable organic amendment that improves the structure, fertility and biodiversity of the soil. Composting is no more difficult than baking a cake and includes many of the same steps:…


Hottest Kitchen Entrepreneur Challenge Wins Big at Ivy Tech

What is the Hottest Kitchen Entrepreneur Challenge? It is a fantastic opportunity for early stage and startup food businesses in Indiana to have a chance at winning $2,000 in seed money, consultation from Ivy Tech Culinary Center, a shopping spree…


The Taste of Two Cities

The Tippecanoe Arts Federation hosted the Taste of Tippecanoe Saturday, June 20th, on the square in Lafayette’s quaint downtown. Edible Indy was proud to be invited and attend.


#FairFoodRocks

The 2015 Indiana State Fair, August 7–23, will be the greatest showcase of the past, present and future of Hoosier agriculture. The “Year of the Farmer” is dedicated to recognizing the families who make it happen and is presented by Dow…


Eat your way through summer/Don’t Miss Summer Food Events/ Summer Food

Join us and fill your belly as we celebrate the tastes of Indiana at these summer food and drink events.




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