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Lick Ice Cream

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The Feed: Scarlet Lane’s New Digs

Another Scarlet Lane location, and more hours to belly up to The Lemon Bar.

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The Feed: Dugger Family Farm, Cardinal Spirits Cocktail Camp, And More

Sign us up for cocktail camp and Piggy Paté.

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The Feed: James Beard Nominees, The Owner's Wife, And More

The James Beard nominees are announced, as well as an opening date for The Owner’s Wife.

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Best of Indy 2016: Food & Drink

Gourmet ice cream. Barrel-aged coffee. A week’s worth of dishes from Rook. Here, our list of the food and drink that made this city great this year.

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Pint Sized: Kids Taste-Test Indy Ice Cream

Who better to help us review 30-plus ice creams from parlors across the city than a distinguished panel of experts: the Hancock County dairy club, whose members range from ages 5 to 14.

Frittle Candy, The New Indy Must-Do List
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The New Indy Must-Do List: Eat This

So you’ve munched on corn at the Indiana State Fair and had your mouth set afire by a certain shrimp-cocktail sauce. But what are the modern-day rites of passage? We have answers.

Shrri Lynn Dugger Indianapolis Monthly
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Food Ink: Tasty Tattoos

Think you love food? These fans of flavor display their food-related tattoos and explain the significance behind them.

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New in Town: Wyliepalooza’s Ice Cream Emporium

A San Francisco native opens an ice cream shop that doubles as a family-friendly hangout.

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Swoon List 4.9.13

Lick’s creamy root beer vanilla bean ice cream from Eggshell Bistro (51 W. City Center Dr., Carmel, 317-660-1616), served in an old-fashioned parfait glass with tiny, cute spoons. The vanilla beans give the treat a true flavor boost.

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We Scream for Lick Ice Cream

Ice cream always hits the spot in the throes of summer. At the Broad Ripple Farmer’s Market, relief comes in the form of Lick Ice Cream, a gourmet stand started by Meredith Kong and Kelly Beerbower, two sisters with no culinary background but a knack for off-the-wall flavor combinations like Gorgonzola-Praline, Rosemary-Olive Oil, and Milk Chocolate with Honey Goat Cheese. (Traditionalists can order more mainstream f