Alan Sternberg

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Review: Field Brewing

“To get the most out of an appetizer of crispy lamb ribs that look like pot roast on a stick, you have to tug each bite off the bone like a feral dog.”

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Field Report: Introducing Westfield’s New Foodie-Friendly Brewery

First impressions from the field.

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The Feed: James Beard’s Indy Semifinalists And Savor Downtown’s Dinner Plans

Will this be the year for James Beard semifinalists Martha Hoover, Alan Sternberg, Steven Oakley, and Abbi Merriss?

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Four James Beard Foundation Semifinalist Nominations For Indianapolis

Indianapolis restaurants receive attention from one of the most-prestigious awards in the dining industry.

Scratch Truck
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The Feed: Common House, Mile Square Bistro, and More

Alan Sternberg hosts a pop-up series, Mile Square Bistro wakes up the old City Cafe spot, and Scratchtruck hits the brakes.

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The Feed: The Mug, The Lit Moose, and More

Irvington gets The Mug, and Ohio gets Shapiro’s.

Aji guajillo chicken atop hominy puree with yuca root slaw
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Swoon List: Rev Edition

We ate our way through two pavilions of food vendors at the Speedway’s third annual Rev event on Saturday night. We’re putting these dishes on victory podium.

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No. 13 – Since it opened in 2012 Cerulean quickly became known for its sense of adventure, earning its third Best Restaurant selection.

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Prized Plates: Indy’s James Beard Semifinalists

Your guide to Indy’s 2016 James Beard Awards semifinalists.

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Dig IN Brings It All Home

A recap of Dig IN 2015 at White River State Park.

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Farm-to-Table Talk with Nate Parks & Alan Sternberg

The Silverthorn Farms owner takes Cerulean’s chef on a tour of his produce farm in Rossville.

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Top Drawer: Indy Chefs’ Tried-and-True Kitchen Tools

What do the top chefs in town have that you don’t? These handy tools.

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Alan Sternberg Creates Dishes Out of the Blue at Cerulean

He served at The Local and Mesh before taking over Cerulean’s head-toque position. There, he can do what he loves most: experiment with clean flavors and modern presentation.