Digging the Indianapolis Food Scene

Six years ago my wife and I started gardening. We created two 4×4 plots and planted some tomatoes and peppers. Today, our garden measures closer to 20×30 and this summer we’ve harvested strawberries, cucumbers, summer squash, broccoli, onions, lettuce, edamame …

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Categories: Arts & Culture, Beer, Dining, Family
Tags: Dig-IN, Dining, farm-to-fork, gardening, healthy eating, Indianapolis restaurants, slow food, White River State Park