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Chocolate for the Spirit

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Julie Bolejack Wants To Save Chocolate

Goodbye, Mr. Goodbar. Hello, delicious.

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The Feed: Craig Baker And Nesso Part Ways

Downtown’s recently opened Nesso makes a major staff change.

Owner Gwendolyn Rogers of Cake Bake Shop
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April 2018 First Bite

“Be conscious of what you’re doing, and your baked goods will tell you when they’re done.”

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The Feed: Cunningham Swoops In On Cerulean, And Txuleta Opens In Broad Ripple

Tacos at Libertine and funky sandwiches at Hotel Tango.

Chocolate
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25 Days Of Holiday Gifts: The Fine Chocolate

A chocolate is so rare and precious, the cacao trees it’s made from are guarded by militia.

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8 Indy Chocolates To Share Local Love

Sweeten your Valentine’s box of chocolates with Hoosier-made truffles and bars.

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Indy’s Top 10 Hot Chocolates

Local chocolate stores, coffee shops, and breakfast cafes do the hot stuff just right.

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Unspoken Rules of City Market

Avoid eye contact with the vendors. Or leave with soft pretzels and crockpot mix.

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That's a Wrap: 48 Holiday Gift Ideas

What to gift the CrossFitter, beauty blogger, frequent flier, and other 2014 types.

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Preview: Indiana Artisan Marketplace

March 31 marks the opening day of the second annual Indiana Artisan Marketplace, and we’ve been doing our research to find out what to sample and who to meet. Here is what to expect from the shopping event featuring 100 artists and food artisans, including New Day Meadery, Chocolate for the Spirit, Pierogi in a Pinch, Capriole Cheese, and Chateau Thomas Winery.

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