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The Feed: The Garden Table, R2GO, and More

A new look for Palomino, and a fond farewell to a couple of favorites.

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25 Days of Holiday Gifts: Cooking with Regina Mehallick

You can say it’s a gift for your kids, but selfishly we know it’s for you and that’s okay.

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The Feed: Regina Mehallick, Rook, and More

Cooking lessons from Regina Mehallick, a Butcher Babe pop-up, and a thumbs up from Travel & Leisure.

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The Feed: R Bistro, Tilly’s Team Room, and More

Indy dining news this week includes the closing of a longtime Mass Ave restaurant, Tilly’s Tea Room’s relocation, and the expansion of a Broad Ripple pub.

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Dig IN Brings It All Home

A recap of Dig IN 2015 at White River State Park.

At R Bistro, earthy, savory shiitake ice cream made from dehydrated Shamrock Farms shiitake stems steeped in milk and cream comes paired with chocolate–olive oil cake.
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Farm-to-Table Talk with Eric Murphy & Erin Kem

R Bistro chef Kem nearly swoons describing the shiitakes and portobellos Shamrock Farm’s Murphy raises in a climate-controlled room.

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Top Five Restaurant Spin-offs

These new restaurant spin-offs are serving up a second course.

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Indy's 25 Best Restaurants 2013

From The Libertine to Recess and Oakleys to Bluebeard, Korean to Latin and sushi to steak, our critics chose the cream of Indy’s dining crop,. Who’s at the head of the table? Read on to find out.

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James Beard 2013: Let the Games Begin

Seven of Indiana’s top culinary dogs are strutting their stuff as 2013 James Beard Foundation nominees, selected from more than 44,000 online entries in 20 categories. Last week, the foundation unveiled its “long list” (421) of the year’s semifinalists—which will be cut down to the final list of nominees on March 18 during a press brunch in Charleston, SC. (NOTE: nominations will also be announced live via the Foundation’s Twitter feed.)

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James, Joseph . . . Joseph, James

Last Thursday, the idyllic Joseph Decuis Farm in Roanoke played host to a Celebrity Chef Tour benefiting the James Beard Foundation. The tour travels the United States, replicating the once-in-a-lifetime dining experience at the historic James Beard House in Manhattan. The farm’s gorgeous spread, located six miles from the restaurant, offered the kind of perfect backdrop that made you wonder when the Saveur photo shoot would begin. In fact, before guests were seated at a sprawling white-clothed barn table decked out in vases of fresh flowers, visiting James Beard rep Jeff Black, owner of the series, hailed the Indiana venue as the third most beautiful site the series had ever visited, Number One and Number Two being Hawaii and Napa Valley. According to Pete and Alice Eshelman, the owners of Joseph Decuis (that’s pronounced day-QUEEZ, by the way) and gracious hosts for the evening, the 130 guests came from as far as Texas, Boston, and North Carolina to partake in the festivities.

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