Terry Kirts

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October Foodie: Will Holmes

Veg Head

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Foodie Recipe: Vegan Sloppy Joes

This recipe is just as welcome on a bowl of spaghetti or a baked potato as on a toasted bun.

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Indy’s Best Falafel Spots

The Falafel Truth

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Swoon: Maialina’s Meatballs

Parm team.

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October’s First Bite

A southside soccer bar and a new travel destination.

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Quick Q&A With Maisum Ali Farid Of Chapati And Shani’s Secret Chicken

The secret to Chapati’s success.

A cinderblock-lined bar.
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September’s First Bite

Thunderbird’s new cousin, Jailbird; hidden coffeehouses; and a pinch of wisdom.

Women sit inside a restaurant adorned with brick walls and enjoy a meal.
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Mini Review: 10th Street Diner

10th Street Diner dishes up plant-based riffs on short-order standards.

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August’s First Bite

A second slice of The Cake Bake Shop, the return of Barringer’s Tavern, and more.

A shaved ice treat in a rainbow of colors, topped with fruit.
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Cool The Burn At Chile Y Limón

Shaved ice with a dash of spice.

A metal sheet pan lined in parchment holds a biscuit sandwich
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Provider’s Biscuit Sandwich

What’s in that?

A colorful plate of food that includes roasted carrots, sliced raddish, and pickles.
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June’s First Bite

Indy’s dearth of bona fide barbecue joints is a subject of smoldering debate.

A large, golden brown slab of flatbread holds yellow puffs of eggs, chorizo sausage, and sliced red onion.
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May Foodie Extra: Breakfast Flatbread Recipe

And what does Justin Jones pair with his chorizo flatbread? Coffee, of course.

A tall man holding a coffee mug stands behind a large, bright red, industrial coffee grinder.
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May Foodie: Justin Jones

The new cafe will repurpose the iconic Bovaconti Jewelers spot.

A tall, slender man with long shoulder-length hair is dressed in a black leather jacket
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Quick Bite With Jason Michael Thomas

“I love Indianapolis, and I’m an Indiana boy at heart. It’s been a great place to start, but I intend to franchise my business model.”