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Foodie

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Foodie: Josie Hunckler Of Rabble Coffee

“I got really interested in community spaces where there are lots of people from different backgrounds.”

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.

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May Foodie: Justin Jones

The new cafe will repurpose the iconic Bovaconti Jewelers spot.

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March Foodie: Esteban Rosas

Esteban Rosas takes the reins at Black Market.

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February Foodie: Francesca Pizzi

“It’s a beautiful historic building and we want to keep some of the old stuff, especially the tile floor.”

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January Foodie: Laney Glick

“Tell me you’re from Indiana and you don’t love chicken salad. It’s like saying you don’t love corn or ranch dressing.”

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Laney Glick’s Tomato-Goat Cheese Soup

Perfect for a cold winter’s day.

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December Foodie: Jake Burgess Of FoxGardin

“But at FoxGardin, guests don’t pour their own wine, water glasses are never half-full, and we have linens. We pay attention to details.”

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November Foodie: Lawrence Scully

“I want to do this. You speak things into existence sometimes.”

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Madea’s Pickling Brine

Madea tested, kid approved.

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Twinkle VanWinkle’s Biscuits

Homemade biscuits are one comfort food Twinkle VanWinkle refuses to give up.

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October Foodie: Twinkle VanWinkle

When she’s not at Wildwood, VanWinkle is hosting the monthly southern garage rock radio show Girl in the Holler on WQRT-FM, building a recording studio at home with her husband Tyler, and serving as the president of the board for Slow Food Indy.

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September Foodie: Kelly Kimpton

“It’s pretty amazing as a chef to have that fresh, quality food right at your fingertips. I wash the dirt off of my own vegetables.”

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Kelly Kimpton’s Roast Beef

This good apple knows a thing or two about good gravy.

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Spoke & Steele’s Erin Gillum, Our August Foodie

“I felt like I had learned what I needed to outside the kitchen and I’ve been dying to get back in.”

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