Mick Jagger dined by himself in the restaurant. “Is [Indy] really just surrounded by cornfields?” he asked some patrons. “Are you really just pioneers?”
“I want to show Indy diners something they haven’t seen before—particularly in hotel dining,” says chef Tyson Peterson.
It remains a wonderfully hopeful and care-releasing show in the Symphony's season, apt to melt even the most resistant audience member's icy viscera.
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Their salads aren’t just greenery on the side of a pizza—filled with substantial elements such as Brussels sprouts or roasted cauliflower, they easily make a hearty meal.Read more
It also reminded me of when I went to Paris—I stayed at a chateau south of the city, and one of the things we made was duck confit.Read more
Anyone who’s dined with me knows I’m not an especially dainty eater, but this artfully plated toss of red oak leaf lettuce, frisée, and other delicate greens hits on every textural.Read more
Sonja and Alex Overhiser spend a lot of time in their kitchen, creating whole-food recipes that jibe with their all-natural, “flexitarian” (modified vegetarian) lifestyle.Read more