Hoosier Kitchen

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How To: Revive A Bad Cucumber

Duos Indy co-owner Becky Hostetter explains how to revive a bad cucumber.

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Herb Appeal

From crisp, subtle, and floral, to complex, aggressive, and aromatic, fresh herbs can excite and amplify your favorite cocktail.

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The 10 Commandments Of Canning

Master at-home canning by following these directions.

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CSA Confidential

If you’ve splurged on a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) membership, take these simple steps to protect your investment. Because thyme is money.

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Recipe: Grilled Sweet Potatoes

Carlos Salazar applies his playful takes on traditional Asian recipes. Here, he gives a classic Fall starch a fun, street-food makeover.

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How To Hunt And Gut Your Own Dinner … Plus More From Halle Haste

Halle Haste grows her own produce, preserves it for the winter, hunts and butchers, keeps bees, and scratch-cooks nearly everything at home.

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Call Of The Wild

Long before the trend hit, wild game was a delicious source of local, environmentally sustainable food. But times have changed.

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Recipe: Roasted Asparagus

For restaurateur Neal Brown, asparagus is the quintessential spring vegetable.

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How To: Peel White Asparagus

White asparagus, which is grown in mounds or underground, has a woody outer skin that must be removed before cooking.

Goats and alpacas graze on land surrounding a refurbished farmhouse
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Field Of Dreams: How I Became A Farmer

How a city girl–turned–accidental farmhand discovered heaven on earth.