food trucks

Scratch Truck
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Lunch: Meals on Wheels

Five mobile restaurants worth tracking down during your lunch break.

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Truck Stop: Taste of Indy

From gourmet frozen treats to smoked meats, a rundown of this weekend’s Taste of Indy participants.

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It’s National Grilled Cheese Month

From decadent doughnut versions to mini nibbles, seven sensational takes on the ooey-gooey comfort food.

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The Wyliepalooza Ice-Cream Truck

Its eclectic playlist consists of songs by Lady Gaga, Doris Day, Maroon 5, and more. “It’s my ice-cream truck, and I’ll play what I want to,” Patty Timmons jokes.

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Artie’s Paleo OnTheGo Comes Clean

Customers order online, choosing from about four $13 options, and then retrieve the plastic containers of food at their respective gyms.

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Know Before You Go: Mass Ave’s World Cup Block Party

For one, know what’s at stake: If the Americans waffle against the Belgians, we’re toast.

Kate Drury's kitchen
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At Home: Kate Drury’s Kitchen

She opened The Flying Cupcake in 2007. Now, the confectionery expert prefers to whip up indulgent treats at her northside abode in this dreamy space.

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Food Truck Friday: Best Georgia Street Eats

Every Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., local food trucks line Georgia Street, enticing Indy residents to walk from truck to truck, searching for the perfect lunch.

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Six Indy Pros Share How to Start a Business

A few Indianapolis-based entrepreneurs reveal their insights on starting a business, be it a boutique or a bar, a franchise or a food truck.

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The Hoosierist: Jelly Times

“In most companies, there are guys who make a little and others who make a lot, but at least they don’t have to shower together.”

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Foodie: Matt Kornmeyer of Scratch Truck

A self-proclaimed workaholic, Kornmeyer spends a minimum of 70 hours a week experimenting with creative ways to rework the expected American classics.

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Best of Indy: Runaway Food Trend

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