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Terry Kirts

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What’s In That? Smoked Beet Corzetti

“Hand-torn basil offers an aromatic finish for this opulent dish.”

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September’s First Bite

“Not charcoal. Not gas. I want you to taste that chicken, not the smoke.”

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New Kid On The Butcher Block: Turchetti’s Salumeria

With plans for a full-service butcher counter, Turkette’s delicatessen is a great addition to Indy’s local meats scene for those who can’t get enough superb sandwiches—and those who long for the days of choosing their week’s chops and roasts at the corner butcher shop.

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What’s In That? Nook: A Paleo Influenced Diner

Antioxidant-rich pomegranate seeds lend a burst of natural sweetness and an earthy crunch to this decidedly hearty but wholesome dish.

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Swoon: Liter House

When you fuse the smoke of Texas barbecue with the rib-sticking classics of German cuisine, you get Liter House.

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What’s In That? Sure Shot Coffee

This coffee drink is just as elegant as its cocktail counterpart.

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Q&A With Eli Sanchez

Eli Sanchez serves up his thoughts on new trends in cocktails, what the soul of a good bar should be, and what we can expect at The Inferno Room.

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Swoon: Della Leva Espresso Bar

Sink into a lipstick-red swivel chair.

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Booze & Vinyl Book Tour Spins Through Indy

The Darlingtons hit all the audiophile classics with recipes to accompany 70 albums.

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Cheers: West Fork Whiskey

Whiskey made us do it.

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Big Lug Goes Even Bigger

Big Lug Liter House to open in Bent Rail Brewery location in early summer.

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Brickhouse Coffee Perks Up

Roasting beans direct from farmers in Brazil and Ethiopia in a refurbished 1912 roaster gives this Southside operation real coffee cred.

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At-Home Baking Tips From Local Pastry Chefs

Easy pro tips to try at home.

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Oca To Open At Sun King Brewing This Week

Meat and beer: a perfect marriage.

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Playing With Your Food: A Q&A With Alton Brown

You may remember him from his kitchen antics on Good Eats, where he extolled the virtues of kitchen scales and probe thermometers. Or you might know him from the more recent Cutthroat Kitchen, where he reduced contestants to cooking meals in cages with lobster claws on their hands. However you know him, Food Network host […]