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March 2018 Foodie: Neal Warner Of Coat Check Coffee

“I’m kind of known in town as the water guy.”

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Growth Spurt: The Expansion Of Three Carrots

Vegan restaurateur Ian Phillips creates seiten-ic panic with a second Three Carrots drawing crowds in Fountain Square.

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Recipe: Deidra Henry’s Pesto

What are Deidra Henry’s other favorite things? Subscribe to Indy Monthly to find out.

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Recipe: Mai Tai

This formula for a classic Mai Tai is based on the version perfected by restaurateur Victor J. Berjeron, better known as Trader Vic. Says Black Market beverage director Chris Coy (soon to man the bar at The Inferno Room), “The fun of a Mai Tai is finding the blend of rums that works for you. […]

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Citizen Cane: August’s Foodie Chris Coy

Black Market beverage director Chris Coy sees some similarities between his current position and his 1990s gig playing bass guitar for Indiana rock band the Pub Sigs. “Everything is collaborative,” Coy says. “Someone comes in with part of a song, everybody else has input, and we all finish it together.” Basically, he’s still riffing with […]

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Rebel Yell: April Foodie Kristen York

Kristen York has the heart of an artist and the moxie of a Long Island girl, a combination that served her well when she took over the kitchen at Thunderbird last year. The New York transplant (York’s family moved to Carmel when she was in junior high) studied printmaking at the Herron School of Art […]

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February Foodie: Blogger Candace Boyd Wylie

“Cooking from scratch isn’t expensive once you build your pantry with spices, flour, and other basics.”

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December Foodie: Pia Urban Cafe’s Maria Cartagena

Look behind the counter for the truest sign of Cartagena’s mission: Her team includes graduates of the Wheeler Mission residential program.

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Shoefly’s Craig Mariutto is November’s Foodie of the Month

Mariutto woks on with his new Asian-inspired eatery, LongBranch.

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Meat and Greet: October’s Foodie George Turkette

Pig’s Tale’s most basic selections take quality to the next level. “Instead of hot smoking, we’re doing a dry-aged, cold-smoked bacon that will pack in even more flavor.”

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September Foodie: SotSot’s JR Roseman

Having put his food truck in park, SotSot’s JR Roseman gives homemade bayou food a home on College Avenue.

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August Foodie: Brian Baker of Open Society Public House

“We have issues with gluten, and about 10 years ago, we realized Latin cuisine was the only one we could eat without really having to change the recipes.”

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July Foodie: Aaron Butts

Beloved former Joseph Decuis chef Aaron Butts strikes out on his own with The Golden in Fort Wayne.

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April Foodie of the Month: Kristina Mazza of Hoagies & Hops

“I was tired of always waiting for my friends to send me the good stuff from back home.”

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Bread Winner: Charlie McIntosh

Cranking out artisan loaves at Amelia’s bakery, Charlie McIntosh rises above the rest.

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